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Good For What Ails You

Contrary to the unfounded perception that cannabis is a harmful drug, we have seen evidence of its use as an effective treatment for a wide variety of medical conditions and physical ailments for centuries. An increasingly popular category of THC-infused products are topicals and transdermals, which are typically non-psychoactive products absorbed through the skin.

In this course, we’ll take a look at the types of products available on dispensary shelves that can help consumers with ailments such as muscle soreness, joint inflammation and psoriasis. We also explain how topicals interact with the endocannabinoid system and discuss common dosages, effects and product labelling.


Lessons Overview

  • Lesson 1 - Comparison of Topical, Transdermal and Personal Products
    • Discover the world of topicals.
    • Learn about transdermals.
    • Explore suppositories and lubricants.
  • Lesson 2 - Understanding Product Labels
    • Discuss cannabinoid content.
    • Learn how to Identify all other ingredients.
  • Lesson 3 - Application Techniques and Product Effects
    • Discuss absorption through the skin.
    • Study time and duration of effects for various products.
  • Lesson 4 - Appropriate Product Usage and Determining Dosage
    • Following label instructions.
    • Get smart - always start low and go slow.
    • Gain helpful storage tips.
    • Discover why expiration dates are important.

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Topicals and Transdermals