The cannabis plant has amazing medicinal properties. One of the easiest ways to enjoy those benefits is with a cannabis salve! This recipe will teach you how to make your own CBD salve using an infused coconut oil base and other ingredients like beeswax, shea butter, and essential oils. The best thing about this recipe? It’s super easy to make at home!
1. What is cannabis salve?
Cannabis salve is a topical cream made from the cannabis plant. It’s a great way to get the benefits of medical marijuana without inhalation or edibles!
2. How does it work?
Cannabis salve is made by infusing cannabis into an oil such as coconut, olive, or hemp seed. It then can be mixed with other ingredients like beeswax and shea butter to create a cooling effect on the skin. The essential oils are used for their aromatic qualities that help soothe inflammation in addition to giving you some added health benefits!
The most common way people take CBD salve is when they have muscle soreness from exercise, injuries, or age-related stiffness/soreness due to chronic illness or treatments; pain relief of arthritis attributed symptoms; joint pain relief (examples include Rheumatoid Arthritis); generalized anxiety disorder; epilepsy & seizure disorders (in children); nerve interference syndromes (chronic pain conditions like fibromyalgia); among others.
- Cannabis Salves are a great way to apply CBD topically and get the benefits of cannabidiol in a healing ointment that is easy enough for anyone to use!
- Medical marijuana patients can also enjoy this as an alternative to smoking or eating their medicine which has been shown by studies to have fewer side effects than either method due to it bypassing metabolization in stomach acids before entering circulation; thereby increasing bioavailability.
- These topical ointments work wonders on chronic inflammation in joints from arthritis and other sources of swelling such as fibromyalgia.
- Cannabis salve is also great for people with nerve interference syndromes such as chronic pain conditions like fibromyalgia; among others.
3. Why use cannabis salve?
- Cannabis salve is a great way to get your health back on track without the side effects of ingesting or smoking cannabis.
- It’s used by cancer patients, people with muscle spasms, and chronic pain conditions such as fibromyalgia, arthritis along with many other issues that are treated through topical use like eczema.
- Although it has been banned in most states for recreational use; medical marijuana patients can still take advantage of its healing qualities from their own home using this simple recipe!
4. Side effects of using cannabis salve
- Cannabis has shown to be a very low-risk product when used responsibly.
- When using cannabis salve; you will not experience any side effects like THC in marijuana which can cause anxiety and paranoia or the psychoactive effect of THC on your mind.
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5. Where to buy cannabis salve :
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Pros: You can easily purchase them online without leaving your home; you don’t have to worry about any legal implications associated with purchasing cannabis products in person or over the phone;
Cons – they may not ship to all provinces so there’s no guarantee that if you order today, they will arrive by tomorrow if you live outside some parts of Alberta or BC.; The best place to buy cannabis salves would probably be at dispensaries because then someone could ask questions and you could get a few samples before deciding on what to buy.
6. Recipes for making your own cannabis salve
Make Your Own Cannabis Salve: Make your own cannabis salve by following these steps!
-Mix together your infused oil, beeswax, and shea butter on low heat until fully combined.
-Stir in the coconut oil and essential oils (about a tablespoon of each) into the mixture you created previously over low heat.
-Pour the cannabis salve base into containers to set overnight or for a few hours. This will give it time to cool down so that everything is solidified when completely cooled.
-Add labels with directions as well as ingredients if desired! They are not necessary but helpful while making more complex recipes like this one – always a good safety measure 🙂
Important note: THC content should be below 0% in order for CBDs to work properly within your
- Melt the coconut oil in either a double boiler or microwave; once melted, add all other ingredients and stir until well combined.; Put into desired container (mason jar lid) for storage., Label with name of the product – “Coconut Oil CBD” is perfect because it’s moisturizing and contains CBD from hemp seeds!, Store in fridge up to 12 months;
Pros – It’s economical if made at home as opposed to buying online where quantities are limited unless they offer bulk options.;
Cons – This recipe only produces about one cup worth of cannabis salve which is not a lot.
- CBD is one of the plant’s main compounds and its medicinal benefits are often used to treat inflammation, pain relief, anxiety, depression as well as other health issues.;
Pro – The cannabis salve we make today will be available for months henceforth that means you’ll have access anytime.;
Con – Next time you need it; You might find yourself without any on hand or having to wait until next harvest season once again!
There are two main components of cannabis salve which are carrier oil and cannabis extract.
Carrier oils come in many varieties like coconut, olive, jojoba butter as well as others. We’ll be using sweet almond oil for this recipe.; Cannabis extract is made from dried flowers that have been ground to make them into an oily substance. You can use just about any variety of flowers including Sativa, Indica, or hybrid strains; But remember that they all taste differently!