CBD Topicals Dispensary

CBD & THC Topicals Dispensary

If you are looking for a natural way to treat your pain and inflammation, arthritis pain, sore muscles, burns, bug bites, then THC and CBD topicals may be for you. Cannabis is a non-addictive, natural pain reliever. It can also be used to treat a variety of skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, and other inflammatory skin diseases. If you are 21 years of age or older you can buy it over the counter from a licensed dispensary such as Mass Wellspring. CBD and THC oils and lotions can be applied directly to the skin as a topical cream or balm. It is important to know that the concentration of CBD and THC in these products varies depending on the company. If you want to buy cannabis topicals then Mass Wellspring is a great choice. Topicals THC cannabis Boston Massachusetts have a variety to choose from.

Remember, since CBD is not regulated by the FDA, purchasing such products online or in stores which are not licensed dispensaries in Massachusetts may not contain any CBD or may contain toxic/hazardous chemicals.

Massachusetts dispensaries are strictly regulated to contain exactly what they claim on the their labels and through independent lab testing. All cannabis products, including CBD and THC products are safe and contain exactly what is claimed on their labels.

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Why choose cannabis topicals over Voltaren (diclofenac)?

Diclofenac is an over the counter, topical non-steroidal anti-inflammatory commonly recommended by doctors in the United States for joint pain, including pain from arthritis. Unfortunately, there are potential serious and life threatening side-effects that come with its use. The most concerning of which is cardiac related, including heart attack and stroke. Voltaren is contra-indicated in patients with underlying blood pressure problems as well as cardiac function disease. It has also been found to cause serious GI disease as well as liver and kidney disease (see this link, beginning at page 4).

It can take 2 weeks of continuous use, several times per day, for the reduction of pain to occur. There are also potential serious adverse effects on organ systems with chronic use or use of diclofenac in higher frequencies and dosing than recommended.

Cannabis topicals, on the other hand, have NO such negative side effects; nor are there contraindications that affect any organ systems- even with chronic use. Research out of Israel shows the health benefits of cannabis for both serious and mild diseases. Despite the FDA’s inexplicable categorizing of cannabis as a schedule I drug (claiming it has no proven medicinal benefit), people have known, for thousands of years, of its medicinal use. Most cannabis topicals need only be applied once or twice daily. Additionally, many topical cannabis products also contain healing essential oils that work synergistically with cannabis. Cannabis topicals can be used in conjunction with oral non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication without causing adverse effects.

Recent research shows that applying cannabidiol serums to the face improved skin elasticity, hydration and smoothness. The serums also improved skin dryness, redness and reduced visible wrinkles and pores of the face.

At Mass Wellspring, we find many local ceramic potters around Boston with arthritis and hand strain tout the benefits of our topicals and are repeat customers. Those that have tried diclofenac tell us that our most popular topical product works better than diclofenac for reducing pain, without adverse side-effects. If you are interested in current research related to cannabis and medical diseases, see the following recent National Library of Medicine posting:


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