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For you new users, the first time you smoke marijuana can be, well, a little bit rough. Between the inability to gauge how long to pull the smoke, the burning throat, and the coughing, you might find yourself looking for other options. Luckily for you, there are ways to reap the benefits of marijuana without ever having to inhale! You may want to consider the following smokeless ways to enjoy cannabis, instead!

6 Smokeless Ways to Enjoy Cannabis

Vaporizing

Vaporizing cannabis is actually said to be more flavorful than smoking. If you choose to vape, you’ll want to shop around for the highest quality table top vaporizers or pens. Vapor from high-quality products is much easier on the lungs when compared to lower quality vaporizers and joints. The effects will come on within minutes, but taper off within a couple hours. 

Edibles

Medical marijuana patients suffering from respiratory issues should not smoke or vape. With that being said, edibles may be the most effective, safest option! These days, there is quite a large selection to choose from! Keep in mind (especially if it’s your first time) to start with a low dose and give it time! Edibles take longer to kick in, but the effects last much longer when compared to inhalation methods.

Ingestible Oils

This is cannabis concentrate that is taken orally, through tablets or putting a few drops in food or beverage. Ingestible oil can be purely CBD, purely THC, or a mixture of both. This method will kick-in and last for generally the same amount of time as edibles.

Tinctures

Tinctures are liquids that are infused with cannabis extract, that are applied directly under the tongue. If you’re looking for quick relief from your symptoms, this is the way to go. Unlike edibles and ingestible oils, tinctures skip the digestive system and immediately enter the bloodstream. This method can come in a variety of flavors and potentcies.

Topicals

These are cannabis infused soaps, lotions, and salves that are good for localized relief of pain and inflammation. A benefit of topicals is that you can use them without experiencing any psychoactive effects, even if the product contains THC.

Dabbing

This is not a method you should be using if you’re new to the scene. This is due to the fact that dabbing yields extremely potent effects. Dabbing produces a clean, vapor that is then inhaled by the user. The effects will come on relatively quickly.

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As you can see, there is an option for everyone! These smokeless ways to enjoy cannabis may be healthier, as well as more effective (depending on your symptoms.)If you believe that you’d be a good candidate for medical marijuana, call us at (786) 224-4005 or schedule your free consultation online, today. There’s no reason to suffer any longer when help is just a phone call away!

Today, we’re examining CBD oil and your skin. Usually when we think about using CBD oil, we picture vaping or edibles. While inhalation and oral consumption can help us experience the amazing abilities that CBD has to offer, there’s another less common method that is rapidly growing in popularity. Did you know that CBD can also be used as a topical that can greatly benefit your skin? There are several different skin ailments that CBD oil can treat. Do you suffer from any of the following ailments?

Skin Ailments that CBD Oil Can Treat

Dry Skin

CBD infused lotion can help relieve dry skin. For best results, apply it after you’ve taken a hot shower. Hot water will open up your pores so that your skin can absorb the healing properties much more easily. The CBD infused lotion will not only help your skin retain its moisture, but also encourage the skin cells to repair any damage.

Oily Skin

If you have the opposite issue of dry skin, than you probably have oily skin. While oily skin is good for avoiding wrinkles, it can be quite frustrating, and even embarrassing. CBD oil or infused lotion (or soap) inhibits overactive oil production in your skin without drying it out. CBD can also heal and repair damage from blackheads, pimples and acne (which leads us to our next point…)

Acne

If you’ve suffered from acne, you know how painful it can be. Aside from inhibiting overactive oil glands, CBD oil, lotion or soap can also reduce pain, sensitivity and inflammation caused by acne. It also has the ability to reduce potential scarring.

Skin Diseases

Eczema and Psoriasis are just two of the skin diseases that CBD can treat. It will promote healthy life cycles in your skin cells. CBD topicals will also reduce pain, inflammation and scarring from these diseases.

Wrinkles

CBD oil is highly concentrated in antioxidants, meaning that it can cleanse your skin from daily damage (wind, sun, pollution, etc…) CBD topicals rejuvenate your skin, keeping your skin cells young and healthy looking!

Cuts & Scrapes

One of the many benefits of CBD is that it speeds up the healing process. This means that applying CBD oil to your healing wounds will help them to heal even faster. Aside from this, it will again, reduce scarring to keep your skin blemish free.

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As a medical marijuana patient, you would have access to these healing ointments. CBD oil and your skin could be new best friends!

If you’re a Florida resident and suffer from any of the conditions listed above, call us at (786) 224-4005 or schedule your free consultation online.

Cannabidiol (CBD) has the ability to treat a number of different symptoms from dozens of unique illnesses. Hundreds of thousands of people have chosen CBD to treat their conditions. There are numerous methods of using CBD, each of which have different on-sets and durations. This leaves us with the question: How long does CBD take to kick-in and wear-off?

Methods: Time from Start to Finish

There are several different methods of using CBD, all of which are highly effective. Every person has a unique preference, but no matter what method you choose, you can find relief with CBD. CBD differs from THC in the fact that it does not provide psychoactive effects, meaning you can use it at any time of the day. It will not make you drowsy or loopy. Below you will find the on-set times and duration of effects for each method of use.

Vaping & Smoking: These methods takes less than 10 minutes to kick-in. The effects from vaping and smoking usually last for a few hours. Vaping & smoking offer total-body relief.

Edibles: This method takes a little bit longer to kick-in, approximately 30-90 minutes. Edibles have longer-lasting effects, usually lingering for about 8 hours. You will feel the effects of edibles all over your body.

Suppositories: You’ll typically feel the effects within 15 minutes. Similar to edibles, the effects from suppositories can last up to 8 hours as well. Suppositories are used for quick, intense, total-body relief.

Topicals: Effects from CBD-infused soaps, lotions, and salves can be felt within 10 minutes of application. Usually, they will last for just a couple of hours. Topicals are a good choice for isolating muscle, joint or nerve pain.

Tinctures: This method also takes effect quite rapidly. It can be felt within 10 minutes and typically last for a couple of hours, as well. You will feel the effects from tinctures all over your body.


How Long Does CBD Take to Kick-in and Wear-off? It might not matter to you, but it’s good to know so that you can get relief when you need it!

Choose the method that is right for you. Do you need fast relief or can you wait a little longer? Do you need the effects to last for a longer period of time or wear off more quickly? Are you comfortable smoking or would you rather consume CBD orally? No matter what you choose, you can find relief with CBD.

If you believe you may be a good candidate for medical marijuana and are a Florida resident, call us at (786) 224-4005 or schedule your free consultation online.

With so many other benefits to offer, it’s no surprise that CBD is also a viable option for post-workout muscle recovery. Increasing physical activity in intensity, duration, or both, places your muscles under stress. Post-workout recovery takes time. If you don’t recover fully, you’re more prone to injury. If you’re a fitness enthusiast, try using CBD for muscle recovery after your next workout!

CBD for Muscle Recovery

Muscles Relax – CBD relaxes your muscles. This is beneficial post-workout, as it will decrease built-up tension and knots, helping you to avoid injury and imbalances.

Inflammation is Reduced – Intense exercise, especially running or sprinting, often leads to joint inflammation. CBD has the ability to decrease this inflammation, while also aiding in the recovery process.

Pain is Decreased – No workout should ever cause you to be in pain, but with that being said, intense routines and resulting injuries can cause quite a bit of it. CBD forces a release of neurotransmitters, specifically anandamide, in the body which activates the built-in endocannabinoid receptors. The activation of these receptors reduces pain and inflammation.

Blood Flow & Circulation is Increased, Cutting Down on Healing Time –  CBD also increases blood flow and circulation. Your muscles require oxygen and nutrients to recover. Better circulation will speed up the recovery process. 

Sleep is Improved – Most people don’t realize that sleep is your body’s primary time for growth and recovery. CBD can improve sleep by calming your nerves and reducing stress, thus helping your muscles to recover more quickly.

Methods of Use

There are several different options for you to choose from when it comes to using CBD. CBD oil is the most popular because it can be added into any food or beverage. Tinctures and other supplements provide quick, total-body relief. Lastly, and perhaps the most popular choice for athletes are topicals. Topicals are soaps, lotions & salves that are applied directly to the affected area.

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If you suffer from muscle pain or spasms, consider using CBD for Muscle Recovery. If you’re a Florida resident and believe you may be a good candidate for medical marijuana, call us at (786) 224-4005 or schedule your free consultation online.