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The cannabis infused lotion is revolutionizing massage therapy

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The cannabis-infused topical has gained a lot of popularity to treat over-the-counter (OTC) pain and inflammation. One such cannabis infused product is Lotion. It has shown a promising result in treating multiple pain and injuries when used as a massage therapy. A lotion containing the goodness of cannabis can excellently help athletes, fitness freaks and sports enthusiasts to overcome pain and muscle soreness caused due to rigorous activity.

Cannabis Lotion is Safe

Cannabis lotion is relatively safe to use as it comes with minimal side effects. It can be greatly used in conjunction with other medications to gain faster relief from pain. The cannabis-based lotion does not contain THC and hence, it can be used without experiencing any psychotic effect. Apply the lotion on the affected area to let the phytocannabinoids enter the bloodstream through the skin for instant recovery.

This topical lotion can excellently treat inflammation, pain, muscle soreness, and chronic pain associated with arthritis.

How can Lotion offer relief from pain?

The lotion typically contains phytocannabinoids that interact with the Endocannabinoids also, found in our body. These endocannabinoid receptors bind to the receptors on cell membranes. This can help in reducing the intensity of pain while preventing it further.

A study suggests that cannabinoids help in reducing chronic pain conditions and hence it can be effective for massage therapy. CBD derived from the cannabis plant possesses anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties that assist people suffering from arthritis or other chronic inflammatory conditions.

Since cannabis-infused lotion has proven to offer tremendous benefits to people of every age, it can be highly used in combination with other exercises to treat mild to chronic arthritis symptoms. The anti-arthritic effect in cannabis also helps in slowing down the progression of arthritis.

According to a 2010 study, the scientists had artificially developed arthritic symptoms in mice. Among these mice, some were treated with the oral dosage of cannabis-based CBD while the remaining of them were injected with CBD. Both the methods showed equal efficacy, whereas, cannabis showed lower progression damage.

The conclusion

Using cannabis based lotion for a massage can excellently work on the targeted cannabinoid receptors found in the body. Massaging the lotion along with the blend of carrier oil will perfectly help in nourishing the skin while offering a soothing effect.

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