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Things to Think About When Choosing a CBD Cream

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As with any other product on the Canadian THC market, there are a few things you need to think about when choosing THC topicals or creams.

Since THC creams, lotions, and salves are super popular nowadays, you will need to do some research in finding what product best suits your needs. Luckily for you, that’s exactly what we’re going to be talking about in this blog.

So if you want to know more about the essentials whenever shopping for THC topicals, this is the place to be. With all that said, let’s start.

What Kind Of THC Is the Topical Made From? 

For experienced THC users, this question presents nothing more than a buying option. But for rookies and beginners, it might pose a serious conundrum.

According to Online Dispensary Canada, there are three varieties of THC that the topical can be made from. The main ones are Full Spectrum, Broad Spectrum, and Distillate. Since THC is extracted from marijuana, it’s safe to say that you’re getting far more than just THC.

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Full Spectrum THC

And that’s precisely why different varieties of topicals exist. Creams, salves, and lotions made from Full Spectrum THC oil contain all of the compounds, cannabinoids, and terpenes of the marijuana plant. CBD, CBN, CBG – to name a few -are some other cannabinoids that could be included in the full spectrum THC creams. These are all natural-occurring chemicals that give the topicals different properties and potential health benefits.

Most of you are fairly familiar with THC as it is heavily associated with cannabis. It is the psychoactive compound that many love and enjoy. But it’s safe to say that not every Canadian user likes just THC. This is why options exist, and that puts us nicely to the next variety which is Broad Spectrum THC.

Broad Spectrum CBD

The main and key difference between Broad and Full Spectrum THC is that there are not as many cannabinoids and such in the broad spectrum creams as there are in the full spectrum ones. Full-spectrum and broad-spectrum products contain more than just THC though.

THC Distillate/Isolate 

If you’re looking to buy topicals made with just THC, then you should be buying products made with THC Distillate or Isolate. This is the purest form of THC.  If you’re buying quality products, then expect the purity levels to reach up to 99%. With this, you’re getting only THC and nothing else. Isolate and distillate goes through a complex purification process where only one cannabinoid is isolated.

How Much THC Is In the Creams? 

Now that Online Dispensary Canada explained the three varieties of THC, it’s important to know how much of it is in our THC cream products whenever buying one.

You might think that it’s quite easy to determine this one. And easy it is, as all you need to do is simply look at the product. This information can be found on the label of the product.

The biggest issue buyers have is not knowing how much is optimal or necessary for the product to be effective. It is recommended to start small and go slow. After all, you wouldn’t want to invest in a high concentrated THC product when you only need very little to find your desired effect.

Do THC creams get you high?

No they do not! THC cannabis infusions act on a peripheral basis and do not enter the bloodstream when applied topically. Therefore, it can be safely used with zero psychoactive effects on your body or the risks of failing a drug test.

What Other Ingredients Are In It? 

The skincare industry likes to add all kinds of ingredients so that the products can be more effective, softer, smell better, etc. If you prefer more natural creams with little additives, there are options for that too. Online Dispensary Canada encourages reading topical labels to ensure you are aware of what is going on your skin. It is the biggest organ in the human body after all!

Conclusions

With all the options out there, it’s hard to choose what THC cream is right for you. If you determine if you want just THC or not, that’s a start. Then check out the other ingredients and fragrances to determine what’s best for you and your skin.

Eleena Wills
Hi, I’m Eleena Wills. Being a writer and blogger, I strive to provide informative and valuable articles to people. With quality, constructive, and well-researched articles, one can make informed choices. I cover a wide range of topics, from home improvement to hair styling and automotive.
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