CannaTopics was founded in Shasta Lake, California. Their products are the result of over a decade of research into the topical application of cannabinoids. They are innovators in the field of infused topicals, and the topical application of cannabinoids. This allows them to devote their primary time and research to just one thing: Getting the healing power and pain relief of cannabinoids through the skin and into your system without over-medicating. The result is pain relief at any time, anywhere.
In the latest wave of the nation’s green rush, CannaTopics has created a unique way to make their products available internationally. When you have an infused medical marijuana line of products, it becomes a legal challenge to distribute your medicine across state lines. CannaTopics has bridged the gap by creating CannaKitz, a line of products that you can make at home yourself with your own medicine!
Cannabis does not have to be smoked to receive the known benefits of the sacred healing herb. The first documented use of cannabis in written history was over 5,000 years ago when the ancient Chinese used the plant’s extract as a surgical anesthetic. As our legal barriers with cannabis begin to fade, the truth about cannabis is coming to light. We now have scientific evidence to show that the way cannabis works is by binding to our body’s endocannabinoid system, (our CB1 and CB2 receptors), helping the body to heal itself naturally.
You can now treat and manage your pain from the comfort of your own home. No more searching within the limitations of what your local dispensary carries. CannaKitz by CannaTopics can be used for physical ailments, chronic pain, dermatological conditions or even as a youthful beauty regiment. Some of the ailments CannaKitz has been shown to help, based on patient testimonials, are arthritis, multiple sclerosis, acne, cuts, scrapes, burns, bruises, autism, psoriasis, eczema, dry skin, overall faster healing, sciatica, wrinkle reductions, cramps, muscle spasms, menstrual pain and the list endlessly continues.
Below is a complete list of their products which are available in both the infused medical marijuana collective version as well as a non-infused do-it-yourself CannaKitz. CannaKitz is available online at www.CannaKitz.com for $24.95. Go to CannaTopics.com for dispensary buying information.
Natural Lotions & Creams:
Balms & Ointments:
Massage & Sensual Oils:
Xtreme Massage Oil
Eden’s Passion Sensual Spray
Oil of Eden – External
Eden’s Tears – Internal Healing Oil
Their broad range of topical products cater to each individual’s physical pain needs. Canna Xtreme is for aggressive treatment of pain, whereas my favorite product, CannaSilk is more of an everyday moisturizer. What I like about their topical products is that they are not heavy, greasy and their products do not smell funny.
Each product has its own unique purpose and scent. They also offer a female lubricant, a tattoo salve stick and a first aid stick. What most people don’t know is that while the majority of cannabis users think that topicals are a “niche” product, in actuality everyone could use a cannabis topical in their medicine cabinet. The cannabinoid profiles in the cannabis plant are both modular and reactive, which in layman’s terms, means it will help the body heal itself. While the FDA might not stand behind these statements at this point in time, we do know that our patients say, “It Works!”
CannaKitz include everything that you need to create your own topicals, complete with detailed instructions and recipes. Absolutely no guesswork or measuring! Simply add 1 ounce of your favorite trim or bud mix and follow the simple instructions. With CannaKitz, you can use strains that are beneficial for you or your loved one’s condition, not something generic and mass-produced. For example, if you prefer a high CBD product, simply use 1 ounce of a high CBD strain herb. This provides you with the ability to make the perfect product to help bring relief for your particular condition.
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B. LE GRAND