After the bath, I apply an ointment directly to the spots that are giving me trouble
I workout every single day for approximately an hour. I start with a thorough warmup and then transition to at least thirty minutes of high-intensity aerobics. I might run, do jumping jacks, jump rope or cycle, however once I have elevated our heart rate, worked up a wonderful sweat and burned around 400 calories, I transfer onto strength training. I lift weights, use battle ropes and complete a variety of crunches in an incline bench. I prefer to incorporate resistance bands, kettlebells and static holds. I toil on balance and flexibility. I’m severely dire about our fitness level. The activities can take a toll on our body. I periodically deal with strained muscles, soreness, stiffness, inflammation, bruising and swelling. I am unwilling to risk the possible side-effects of synthetic prescription medication. I was looking for something stronger than over-the-counter icy-hot. A bit of research led me to cannabis. I paid a visit to a local recreational dispensary and asked about their selection of cannabis-infused topicals. The budtender requested CBD lotions, ointments and roll-ons, but he also commanded that I try bath bombs. The cannabis-infused bath bombs include epsom salts and essential oils. The heat of the bath water worlds to open the pores and allows the cannabinoids to more abruptly and effectively penetrate, but plus, it’s super wonderful to relax in a bath. The essential oils, such as eucalyptus and lavender, give a legitimately soothing smell. After the bath, I apply an ointment directly to the spots that are giving me trouble. One of the greatest advantages of topicals is that they don’t cause psychoactive effects. There are no minimum dosage requirements, and they can be applied several times per day.