If flower, concentrates, and edibles do not suit your interests but you still need to medicate, cannabis topicals may be the best option for you! We carry a wide variety of salves, creams, bath bombs, and even a fast-acting nano serum, as well as CBD topicals and transdermal patches. Applying medical cannabis topicals can be extremely beneficial and bring ease to your daily activities. If you utilize medical cannabis for pain, applying topical marijuana pain relief creams and patches are often the best solution.

Please visit Grant Pharms MMC or call anytime and we would be glad to help you make an educated, informed decision when choosing which cannabis topical is right for you. If you are familiar with our topical marijuana pain relief options, order online today!

We offer these great topicals, and more!

  • Salves
  • Creams
  • Bath Bombs
  • Nano Serum
  • CBD Patches


How Do Cannabis Topicals Work?

Every person has an endocannabinoid system, a complex system that connects the brain to the body and is made up of receptors (CB1 and CB2) distributed throughout the body. The cannabinoids in cannabis bind to these receptors when inhaled or swallowed, and depending on which cannabinoids are consumed, this can have a range of effects. The sensory neurons and epidermal cells of the skin include both varieties of receptors. The cannabinoids in a cannabis topical bind to the cells’ receptors when it is applied, producing localized effects including pain alleviation and/or an anti-inflammatory response. This is what makes topical marijuana pain relief so effective; it can help alleviate an area shortly after application! Of course, a topical’s precise outcome depends on its subcomponents, particularly its cannabis content.

Cannabis topicals are typically regarded as “non-psychoactive” because the cannabinoids are not actually entering the bloodstream because they bind to local receptors in the skin. A cannabinoid like THC needs to cross the blood-brain barrier and enter the bloodstream in order to have a psychoactive effect. In fact, research conducted by Forensic Science International found that using a cannabis topical on volunteers didn’t result in any THC showing up in their blood or urine tests. There is anecdotal evidence of persons having psychoactivity due to low tolerance, greater strength topicals, or a mix of the two, yet everyone’s endocannabinoid system is unique to their bodies.

Topical Marijuana Pain Relief

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