THC-CBD Infused Bath Bomb “REVIEW”

Congratulations to Evergreen Organix in Las Vegas Nevada for being the first production company in Nevada to release a THC-CBD infused Bath and Body line. Their Infused Bath Bomb gave me LIFE!!

To be honest, I thought the idea of having THC in a bath bomb was ridiculous and a waste of marijuana. I mean really, who would us a THC infused Bath Bomb? Do they REALLY have to put weed in EVERYTHING?

HELL YES THEY DO!! Especially if it will make me feel the way Evergreen Organix Lavender Bath Bomb did.

I recently had a death in my family. The stress and pressure of life was taking a toll on my  body. I wasn’t sleeping and my body was stiff. It was 5 am on a Tuesday morning and I was wide awake. I don’t like baths but the Lavender bath bomb was calling my name. I said, “What the hell” and ran myself a bath. I cut the Bomb in 4ths and dropped a quarter of the Bath Bomb into my tub. As the Bomb exploded in my bathtub my bathroom immediately began to smell like lavender. Although the smell was enticing, I was still a skeptic.

I unclothed and got into the tub, immediately my body began to relax. I could feel the tension in my legs and torso relax. I splashed the water on my shoulders and neck, the tension subsided there also. It’s hard to believe a Bath Bomb could make me feel relief so quickly. I was in no hurry to end this experience. The coconut oil in the bath bomb made my skin feel silky smooth. ( note: probably should take a shower BEFORE you use the bath bomb) I was truly enjoying the soak.

I got out of the tub feeling relaxed and revived. I sat on my bed, reached for my computer….woke up to my alarm at 9am. I am looking forward to trying their Lavender Massage oil and Avocado Lemon Grass Body Cream.

This is a MUST for anyone with achy body, stress, anxiety  and or sleep issues.

This product is available at Nevada Wellness Center in Las Vegas, NV 

 

Marijuana for Pain Instead of Pain Pills

The most frequent question asked this week in the dispensary has been, ” How do I use marijuana to manage my pan?”

Although the answer would seem simple, the symptoms are not. I’ve had patients come in to the dispensary with illnesses ranging in severity from arthritis to multiple sclerosis. The pain ranging from mild to consistently agonizing. Each time I’m offering a different remedy for the question. The one thing that is consistent in all my suggestions is the use of CBD. 

The cannabinoid CBD acts an anti-inflammatory and can be used everyday without any psychoactive activities happening in the patient. I typically will suggest CBD as an every day supplement or with the use of a transdermal patch. 

Its easier to ask patients to use marijuana in forms that are non intrusive than to ask someone that’s never smoked before  to begin smoking. However, very often if the pain is severe or if the patient has already built an addiction or need for opiot based pain killers, we will suggest THC in microdoses to ease pain. 

We’re in a world of the Evolution of marijuana and because of that you can eat it, vape it, bathe in it, lotion with it, drink it like a cough syrup, use it as a lip balm etc… 

There are many ways a person can use marijuana as a treatment without changing their lifestyle or adopting a new one.