Discussion in 'Medicating' started by Sour Wreck, Nov 30, 2017.
and topical use caused you to fail a test?
For me yes. I always have small cuts and scratches. I use it on my hands, A few times daily.
oh ok, the cuts might help explain it also.
the more i use this concoction i made, the more i am seeing benefits. although it does relieve pain, its not instant. takes 20-30 mins and the pain subsides. joint pain in my case.
have been using it fairly regularly on my tennis elbow in my left arm. i feel like it has helped improved that also.
handed a few jars off to some friends over the holidays. one has reported back it has helped his knee pain and swelling. just kinda loosens things up a bit and removes some pain/swelling.
so, i will continue to pursue this recipe and possibly tweak it here and there.
what?? i'm not subbed here...well that sucks....
Props on the good thread! I'll be trying this in the near future for sure. I feel like there isn't enough people all trying to progress the topical field/aspect. We're noticing the benefits from naturally occurring essential oils (terpenes) in consumption of flowers and extracts, but what can they do on the surface is my question...
well as i mentioned earlier, i am going to make this next time without the cayenne pepper. that will change the color from orange to white. but that is not the reason. the pepper is not having the desire heating affect, so i am going to BUMP IT UP !!!!
i am going with Capsaicin Oil drops instead !!!!!!
you're gonna need to wash your hands after applying Version 2.
have never used this stuff, but it is 1.5 million on the scoville scale. need to figure out how many drops to use for a nice heat after application.
anyone mess with this stuff before?
I wouldn't go rubbing that on your smingy.
lol, yea, that wouldn't feel good
I have some degenerative disc disease
In my lower back that drives me nuts.
give it a try. it's a little expensive getting all the ingredients gathered up, but i made 4 2 oz containers the first time and easily wasted half (could have made 8 containers). and then the ingredients are enough to make 8 batches.
so in theory you could make around 65 2 oz containers for the amount of ingredients you have to buy.
not counting the cannabis, its only about $2 per container.
I tried some capsasun or whatever it is, had a bad reaction and felt like I was gonna boil my skin off.
don't add the capsaicin to yours.
its slightly warming as it, i just want it hotter.
Yeah, it was nuts.
It got so bad I eventually googled it for dear life. Turns out some pussies like me have a reaction.
i read it's more than just a few.
did you try milk? soap and water?
So long ago I don't remember.
I know I tried complaining to my wife
Bitch couldn't help me.
lol, marriage is fun sometimes, isn't it?
got my drops. gonna start real sparingly.
just put way less than a drop of the CAPSAICIN on a paper plate and applied it to a sore joint with my salve.
the heat effect was just what i was looking for. in fact, i could stand more.
i guess it was the combined capsaicin with the menthol and peppermint also created a cooling feeling at the same time.
the cooling wore off rather quickly but after 5 mins there is a slight warmth.
for those with sensitive skin, you might wanna skip the EVIL DROPS !!!!
oops, without thinking i rubbed my lips with the hand i just applied the salve and capsaicin on. i can now attest to the numbing effect the oil has, lol
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