Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Have you considered Cannabis Oil Transdermal Patches...

In the cannabis market there are many methods of consumption, some more popular than others.   There is the common inhalation (smoking, vaping), to the also very popular oral consumption (edibles, lozenges, pills, food, suppositories, etc.) and then there is the also growing topical administration. 

One amongst the newer methodologies for administration of cannabis medicines is the use of transdermal patches (trans meaning through and dermal or "dermis" meaning skin), including topicals of gels, salves, creams for the treatment of many common ailments. 

The transdermal drug delivery method works after adhering to the patients skin and delivers medicine through the skin in a non-invasive manner.   The medication permeates the skin in a localized controlled fashion allowing more steady levels of the drug in the body. Cannabis oil patches are secured with adhesives, which are designed to adhere comfortably to the skin which in turn allows a patient to use the patches for as long as indicated by his or her physician which is recommended to be worn anywhere between eight hours to as long as five to seven days. 

(photographed : Example of Cannabis Oil Transdermal Patches)
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The skin is our bodies largest organ, covering and protecting the body.  It regenerates when needed and provides limited but essential permeation in three layers consisting of the epidermis, dermis, hypo-dermis. 

(photograph from Skin-Remedies.com)

The first layer, the epidermis, is the skins outermost layer that contains the stratum corneum which is the barrier of the skin to the entry of foreign substances into the body. The epidermis is the layer where the patient adheres the transdermal patches. 

The second layer of the skin, the dermis, lies beneath the epidermis containing connective tissue giving the skin its structure and strength. It is also where your sweat glands and hair follicles reside and is the layer of skin that transmits medication from the patch to the third layer, the hypo-dermis.

The hypo-dermis, the third and deepest layer of the skin, is the layer containing blood vessels which also reach into the dermis and epidermis.  Those blood vessels are most important as they transmit the medicine from the patch into the blood stream. 

Known Cannabinoids found in Cannabis Oil Transdermal Patches 

THC, Tretrahydrocannabinol, is the most recognized ingredient in Cannabis.  Great for Pain Relief, PTSD, Nausea & Vomiting, Appetite Stimulant, Asthma, Glaucoma, and as a Sleep Aid. 

CBD, is a growing popular cannabinoid, unlike THC, CBD does not produce a high.  Has notable anti-inflammatory and immunodolatory effects.  Sedating, hypnotic, anti-epileptic, and antidystonic effects have also been described.   CBD is also a modulator of some types of opioid-receptors, and can modulate sleep.  

THCA & CBDA, these are cannabinoids found in raw cannabis.  They can be eaten, applied topically, and juiced.  When used as a nutritional supplement these benefits were found : Anti-inflammatory, Antioxidant, Improved Intestinal Function, and Improved Neural Function. 

Cannabinoids play an important role in cannabis.  Whether you're using it as medicinal or recreational its a win for our body!   So if you are not fond of the inhalation method and maybe the oral method also makes you nervous, maybe the topical approach is the way to go for you! (every patient is different and has different needs)  Also, if you believe in the healing effects of the cannabis plant and are trying to spread awareness of its medicinal properties, topicals are a GREAT WAY to introduce someone unknowledgeable or new to cannabis. 

Have you tried Cannabis Oil Transdermal Patches??  PLEASE -> COMMENT BELOW your experience, the effects - would love to hear more input from patients.  Also help a woman out with a SHARE of this post! #SpreadAwareness #CannabisIsMedicine 


- deliciously Dee

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Birth name Danielle Russell, friends and colleagues call her Dee.  Dee has been making medibles or medicinal edibles with cannabis from 2006 to present.  In 2014 she published the first edition of her cannabis cookbook, The Happy Chef THC, including hip-hop album “The Prescription” from hip-hop artist and MMJ patient B-Real of Cypress Hill. The year 2015 was the year of legalization for medical marijuana for the state of Nevada.  Dee worked as a Canna Chef in the first licensed MMJ Production Kitchen in the state of Nevada located in the fabulous city of Las Vegas - she still continues to make her edibles for the patients in the state today.

Are edibles not your thing?  Maybe you had a bad edible cannabis experience?  Eat too much or not enough - trouble dosing?  Or - perhaps you enjoy cooking with the plant and/or have an interest in joining the cannabis industry as a Canna Chef in an MMK Production Lab.  In with case, HER LATEST CANNA COOKBOOK IS THE ONE YOU NEED!!  Check out her latest EXPERT CANNABIS COOKBOOK - Deliciously Dee The Happy Chef Expert Cannabis Cookbook.  (available on Amazon & iBooks)