Treating arthritis symptoms with cannabis
I simply palace a couple of drops beneath my tongue and wait a couple of minutes for the extract to absorb
A couple of years ago, I began noticing a slight stiffness and swelling in my fingers. I didn’t want to admit that it was arthritis. I experimented with home remedies with some success. However, my symptoms persisted and worsened. My fingers eventually swelled so badly that I was forced to cut off my rings. I struggled to make a fist, type on my laptop, hold a toothbrush, weed the garden and perform all sorts of everyday and essential tasks. I was unwilling to make an appointment with the doctor. I knew it would be a waste of time since I’m unwilling to take synthetic medication. I have done my research and learned that there is no difference between recreational and medicinal cannabis. A medical marijuana card eliminates the need to pay taxes on purchases and allows for higher THC levels. I’m not all that interested in especially potent products. I am looking for strains that are high in CBD and CBN with trace amounts of THC, because that is best for treating pain and inflammation. I use a combination of consumption methods. I apply cannabis-infused topicals directly to my fingers. They absorb quickly and include essential oils that smell lovely. I also take tinctures. They are incredibly easy. The package includes a dropper for precise measuring of dosage. I simply palace a couple of drops beneath my tongue and wait a couple of minutes for the extract to absorb. I benefit from quick onset of effects. The tinctures and topicals target the arthritis symptoms from both the inside and the outside.