How Does Cannabis Work In Your In-Home

How Does Cannabis Work In Your In-Home
Cannabis. There's a lot of talk in the world of Cannabis. Yet, when it comes to skin care, we're still evolving. One of the main questions is "Will I get high" bathing in Cannabis products?

Will you get high? Possibly. Will you test positive in a drug test? Possibly, especially if it's high in THC.

In the world of Cannabis Spas, you'll find salves, lotions, bath salts and other products. There are books being published with recipes to help you along your Cannabis spa journey.

The Cannabis Spa Ingredient List



One of the main things to consider when using or creating your Cannabis based products is the ingredients.

Assembling a kit is a great way to have your supplies at your fingertips. Whether you're making your products or purchasing them, the following ingredients should be part of the list.

Olive oil that is cold pressed is high in oleic acid. Oleic acid is effective in delivering cannabinoids into your skin. Olive oil also softens your skin.

Sunflower oil is an excellent emollient as well as an oil rich in oleic acid. It will not give your products the green color that olive oil often does.

Mango seed butter absorbs well into your skin and is a great substitute for shea butter. Not all shea butter is created the same. Did you know that some shea butter products contain latex? This often causes allergies.

Cocoa butter comes from the cocoa bean and smells like chocolate. You'll see this ingredient in tanning products. Yet it's great for your skin.

Murumuru and Tucuma butters work extremely well with floral scents. They are soft butters that are often used when making lotion bars. You'll also find them in eye creams.

Himalayan sea salts and Epsom are great for their mineral properties.

Working With Cannabis



There are two ways to work with Cannabis. Working with the actual herb and creating your own oil or buying it in the form of an essential oil or finished product cannabis oil from a supplier.

Thus far, I've found one book that seems to give you a good foundation into creating spa products with cannabis. It's The Cannabis Spa at Home by Sandra Hinchliffe. It's a book that's been written based on her experience with cannabis and how she used it to work through her challenges with pain from several autoimmune diagnosis.

If You're considering adding cannabis to your in-home spa regimen, it's worth a look for going deeper into recipes.

That's it for this week.

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