What are THC, CBD, and Other Cannabis-Derived Transdermal Patches?

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Transdermal cannabis patches are a unique method of cannabis consumption. You needn’t inhale nor ingest to experience its effects. In fact, you don’t even need to touch a cannabis flower at all. All the work is done by a simple patch adhered to a veinous area of the body, thus allowing the cannabinoids to go to work entering the bloodstream for an effective and long-lasting response.

Patches are typically available in a variety of isolated cannabinoids, such as THCCBDCBNTHCA, and split ratios such as 1:1 CBD:THC. Consumers can choose a patch based on the desired effects. For example, a person may opt for CBD if they are seeking to reduce inflammation, while another may opt for CBN if they are suffering from insomnia. Both cannabinoids offer a wide range of medicinal effects in addition to these examples.

Patches can offer all day or night relief, with a slow release...

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