Topicals are cannabis-infused lotions, balms, and oils that are absorbed through the skin for localized relief of pain, soreness, and inflammation. Because they’re non-intoxicating, patients who want the therapeutic benefits of marijuana without the cerebral euphoria associated with other delivery methods often chooses topical.
Vaping is a convenient, discreet way for users to consume marijuana, which is appealing to many patients and customers. Many vape pens are designed to fit in small places, such as pockets and purses, and the vapor that’s emitted is often odorless.
Edibles are cannabis infused products such as baked goods, candies, drinks, snacks, spreads and more. Some consumers choose to turn to edibles when smoking is no longer an option or not preferred. These edibles can be THC or CBD dominant, or a blend of both. With the recent legislation of cannabis 2.0, the demand for edibles is growing in the current market.
Oral sprays and drops are a smoke-free option for consuming cannabis. Cannabis extract is mixed with a neutral oil and packaged in a convenient, portable spray bottle with an array of flavors.
The cannabis hard-shell and soft gel capsules contain THC, CBD, or a combination of both in either oil or powdered form. They are packaged in the same way as fish and vitamin capsules are available and are supposed to be taken orally – similar to other pills and capsules.