What transdermal patch is best for chronic pain and inflammation? THCa, CBD, etc.


First, everyone reacts differently to both dosing and mode of administration so you are going to have to experiment and find out what works for you. At our dispensary, we have found that patches work better for neurological pain, and not so much for skeletal, but that is just anecdotal. Patches are good for keeping the cannabinoids available to your system, but also consider other modes of administration, including tinctures and/or edibles.
We have a wide variety of patches available, CBD alone, 18-1 CBD to THC, Tetc.We have found our THCa product, Cannamin, works well, but it comes in pill form but as the benefit of not being psychoactive ( It is raw cannabis juice that has been dehydrated) Again, you are going to have to find out what works best for you and I would consider including other modes of administration in your dosing protocol.

dneice

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