Mild aches, pains, and
Transdermal delivery has the potential to address acute discomfort and normal inflammation
throughout the body, regardless of the location. This method has the potential for intoxicating
effects, depending on the ratios applied. Among the benefits of transdermal delivery is that
it is quick and easy to apply, lasts significantly longer than most delivery methods, and can
be used discreetly. Transdermal patches release slowly, so they deliver the full cannabinoid
content over the course of 12 hours.
Transdermal patches deliver the full spectrum of cannabinoids through application on the skin, meaning that the cannabinoids penetrate all layers of the skin to reach your bloodstream. By applying the THC or CBD patches to your skin, transdermal release of the full spectrum cannabinoids will continue to work within the Endocannabinoid system (ECS) in your body. The ECS is located throughout the body so when you use the patch the cannabinoids reach other systems within the body.
Depending on your desired effect, one ratio may work better than another. We offer our patches in CBD 30:1 THC, CBD 1:1 THCa, CBD 1:3 THC, and CBD 1:30 THC. Each ratio type is incredibly effective for topical relief. The 30:1 is good for minor aches, acute pain, and inflammation. The 1:1a is milder aches, pain, and stress. The 1:3 is good for aches, pains, mood enhancement, and helps aid in healthy sleep. The 1:30 is great for whole body wellness.
Our CBD/THC cannabis transdermal patches can help to alleviate discomfort. The Releaf Patches are transdermal, meaning a consistent delivery system up to 12 hours allows the cannabinoids to penetrate the skin and reach your bloodstream. They are very effective at reducing normal inflammation, discomfort, and generally enhancing mood.
Yes, the THC patch has the ability to cause psychoactivity. This is due to the transdermal delivery system and the potency of the full spectrum of cannabinoids you recieve when you apply the patch directly to your skin.
The potential psychoactivity of topicals is similar to that of orally/ingesting cannabis. The main difference is that when you consume cannabis products orally, such as in our tinctures or capsules, the onset can be significantly faster. Topicals tend to release slower, which is the case for the transdermal patches.
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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including THC, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.