Your Next Massage Should Be Cannabis-Infused

Massage is an important component of every pain treatment strategy. But have you ever had a CANNABIS massage? Let’s be honest. Muscles need to be rubbed by someone other than yourself on occasion. If you add a cannabis-infused

Massage is an important component of every pain treatment strategy. But have you ever had a CANNABIS massage?

Let’s be honest. Muscles need to be rubbed by someone other than yourself on occasion.

If you add a cannabis-infused topical oil to the mix, you’re almost certain to be spoiled for life!

Some massage therapists infuse the ultimate secret ingredient – strong and effective cannabis oil – into their massage.

It doubles the relaxation of the massage by immediately penetrating sore muscles and tense joints. When the therapist carves deeper into the muscles, the impact becomes stronger.

So, why do you get a cannabis-infused massage?

For starters, cannabinoids interact favourably with the body’s muscles. To soothe and relax, use a full-spectrum cannabis oil that can pass through the skin layers and into the muscle tissue. If you don’t always feel like a “natural” massage is helping you feel better, a cannabis-infused massage could make you feel much better in just one session.

Second, cannabis users are the best massage therapists in the world. Yes, that is right! We still speak about how cannabis helps you become more aware of your own body and the job at hand. With massage therapist’s abilities, this is true. They have a keen sense of where the discomfort and pain are in a spine, shoulder, and back. After all, our muscles are all linked, and only a true believer can see how the cannabis-infused topical can be most effective in pain relief.

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Cannabis and Yoga: How Does It Affect Your Practice?

Yoga and cannabis have extraordinary effects on the endocannabinoid system in the body. Many yoga practitioners believe that marijuana and yoga complement each other’s benefits, such as pain relief, decreased inflammation, improved depression and PTSD symptoms, lower stress levels,

Yoga and cannabis have extraordinary effects on the endocannabinoid system in the body. Many yoga practitioners believe that marijuana and yoga complement each other’s benefits, such as pain relief, decreased inflammation, improved depression and PTSD symptoms, lower stress levels, and an overall sense of well-being. But, just as each person has their own unique yoga experience, cannabis can influence your personal yoga practice in a variety of ways – for better or for worse.

THC and Yoga

Practicing yoga when high can be a very enjoyable – or a very unpleasant – experience, depending on your tolerance level. It also depends on the strain and delivery method you select. It’s not necessary to get high enough to melt into your mat to practise cannabis yoga. Even a small amount of THC could help you improve your practise. However, not everyone reacts well to the combination of marijuana and yoga, and some people would be better off abstaining prior to class.

The benefits of combining THC and yoga 

  • Distractions and mental chatter begin to fade away, allowing you to enter a deeper meditative state. 
  • Increased self-awareness and concentration
  • A stronger sense of belonging and feeling in the body. 
  • Deep relaxation and tension release from the muscles 
  • Oneness, harmony, and a general sense of well-being
  • Simply put, it’s enjoyable and satisfying.

Drawbacks of combining THC and yoga

  • Drowsiness
  • Coordination and self-awareness are harmed. 
  • There’s a chance you’ll overstretch your muscles.
  • Distractibility and a lack of focus 
  • Anxiety and/or paranoia
  • Mouth is parched
  • The consistency of breathwork is harmed by respiratory discomfort caused by smoking or vaping. 
  • A case of the munchies or a fit of giggles in the middle of class can be very distracting.
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