Varying CBD:THC ratios can have a huge effect on how cannabis interacts with the human body. Theres no doubt that CBD and THC operate synergistically but why is it that High CBD Cannabis is stealing the spotlight?
High CBD products are definitely all the rage. But when examining the clinical applications of THC and CBD studies have shown that there is a clear rationale for combining the two. As one would imagine, CBD seemingly works best when combined with THC as well as all other cannabinoids found within the cannabis plant in its natural state. CBD is getting a great deal of attention though due simply to the fact that it is more likely to stimulate the particular cannabinoid receptors associated specifically with pain.
According to an article in Current Medicinal Chemistry, it is the CB2 receptors that “modulate acute pain, chronic inflammatory pain, post-surgical pain, cancer pain and pain associated with nerve injury.” CBD is like a key that unlocks these CB2 receptors allowing patients to experience great amounts of pain relief.
In addition, not only is CBD a more effective pain reliever, it is also more permeable to the skin than THC making high CBD oils a better choice for topical cannabis products such as Canna-Fusion. The Journal of Pain Resolution states that CBD absorbs into the skin 10 times more efficiently than THC thus leading to faster acting and longer lasting relief. Topical Cannabis products containing high CBD oil are best for treating localized physical pain. Canna-Fusion CBD Synergy Salve is a high CBD, low THC cannabis salve that is great for moderate or chronic pain relief such as arthritis. It is also great for minor first aid treatments such as burns, bruises, sprains, inflammation and most soft tissue injuries.
High CBD Cannabis salves widen the range of conditions that can be treated with cannabis. It seems that CBD alone is so effective that many topical Cannabis products utilized CBD oil derived from hemp which contains no THC whatsoever. However, the topical use of CBD combined with low levels of THC is seen by many as being even more effective. A Tale of Two Cannabinoids by Ethan Russo & Geoffrey W. Guy, supports “a distinct view that CBD and perhaps other cannabis components achieve synergy with THC consisting of potentiation of benefits, antagonism of adverse effects, summation (a` la the entourage effect), pharmaco- kinetic advantages.”
Canna-Fusion’s CBD Synergy Cannabis Salve combines the perfect high CBD, low THC ratio along with a proprietary blend of organic essential oils each with their own therapeutic benefits. Additionally, this High CBD Cannabis salve contains emu oil which has outstanding ability to penetrate skin and deliver bio-nutrients into cellular tissue. Thus, emu oil further heightens the transdermal effects of the CBD. Canna-Fusion is formulated with synergy in mind and it is truly the perfect go to cannabis salve.
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Russo, (2011) Taming THC: potential cannabis synergy and phytocannabinoid-terpenoid entourage effects. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3165946/
Whiteside, G T.; Lee, G. P.; Valenzano, K J. (2007) The Role of the Cannabinoid CB2 Receptor in Pain Transmission and Therapeutic Potential of Small Molecule CB2 Receptor Agonists. Current Medicinal Chemistry
Russo; Guy; (2013) TALE OF TWO CANNABINOIDS https://www.projectcbd.org/sites/projectcbd/files/downloads/tale-of-two-cannabinoids.pdf