7 Ways To Use Cannabis In Your Daily Routine
As cannabis becomes more widely accepted, we're learning about all the ways it can be used, from topicals to ingestion. There are many ways to add cannabis to your daily routine and reap its health benefits. Here are some of our favorites:
You can make your own cannabis hand balm at home, which is a great way to use the plant’s healing properties. Make a base of coconut oil and beeswax, then add cannabis to the mixture. For fragrance and benefits, you can add essential oils like rosemary or lavender oil. Vitamin E oil also provides some benefits for skin health when added to your balm!
Finally, adding in preservatives (like vitamin E) will keep your product from spoiling too quickly once it's made. There are many different ways that you can add cannabis into your daily routine and we hope that these tips will help inspire you in some way!
The cannabis plant has been used for thousands of years to help soothe sore muscles, but it's also great at easing anxiety and pain. The right strain can put you in a relaxed state that can help you unwind after a long day or get ready for bed.
If you love taking baths, adding cannabis to your routine is easy: all you need are some bath salts, oil or a bomb! By dissolving some of your favorite strain in hot water first, then adding the rest when it cools down (this will keep all those nice therapeutic qualities from evaporating), you'll have an experience that is both relaxing and meditative.
Eye cream is another great way to incorporate cannabis into your skincare routine. Cannabis has been proven to help reduce puffiness, dark circles and fine lines around the eyes. It can also be used to help reduce inflammation and redness in the area around your eyes, which may make it easier for you to deal with some of the symptoms that come with aging. When applied regularly (every few days), cannabis can help reduce the appearance of fine lines around the eyes as well as dark circles under them.
Cannabis contains two active ingredients that work together: THC and CBD. THC has been shown to relax muscles in areas like those around your eyes; it does this by binding directly with receptors found on muscle cells so that they become less tense or spasmodic when exposed to this chemical compound.
CBD also has anti-inflammatory properties which can help reduce puffiness caused by swelling or irritation in tissues. In addition, CBD oil has been found effective at reducing redness when applied directly onto irritated skin.
Cannabis body oil is a great way to treat dry skin. It’s also an excellent moisturizing treatment for the face, hands, feet and scalp. Making cannabis body oil is easy—simply add a few drops of pure cannabis tincture to your favorite base oil (like coconut or grapeseed). Apply it directly to the areas where you want relief from dryness (such as elbows) and massage it in for a few minutes before washing off with warm water.
A vaporizer is the most efficient way to consume cannabis. The device heats your flower or concentrate until it's hot enough to produce vapor, but not hot enough to burn it. You then inhale that vapor through a straw, which allows you to feel the effects of cannabis without experiencing any smoke or harshness from combustion. Vaporizers are also known as vapes; in this article we'll use both terms interchangeably.
Vaporizers are extremely popular with consumers and dispensaries alike because they're easy-to-use and portable—meaning you can take it wherever you go—and because they limit your exposure to harmful byproducts that come with burning material such as tar and carbon monoxide (CO).
If you're new to vaping, start out with a vape pen before graduating up into more advanced models like desktop vapes or even portable convection vaporizers (which require plugs).
Cannabis-infused coffee and tea
Cannabis-infused coffee and tea are two of the most popular ways to consume cannabis. They're great for starting your day, but they're also effective at helping you wind down after a long day's work.
Cannabis-infused coffee is a delicious way to get a little high in the morning, or even in the afternoon if you need it. It can give you an extra boost when you're feeling tired or sluggish, and it can help improve focus so that you'll be able to tackle your tasks with ease.
If you want something that will help keep you awake at night (or if there's something else on your mind), try some cannabis-infused tea as an alternative beverage choice for those late-night hours when nothing else seems appealing enough.
Raw cannabis juice
There are a lot of ways to get the health benefits of cannabis through your diet. One option is raw cannabis juice, which can be used in a variety of ways to make your meals more enjoyable.
Raw cannabis juice is made using the leaves and stems of the cannabis plant that have not undergone any heat processing. This means that you'll be getting all of the beneficial compounds found in raw marijuana, like CBD and THC, but without any psychoactive effects (i.e., no high). The resulting product doesn't look like green beer or chocolate syrup—it's just green liquid—but it has a subtle taste reminiscent of fresh-cut grass with some hints of lemon and mint.
This type of juice can be used as an ingredient in other foods or drinks: add it to smoothies, salad dressings or marinades; use it as part of crudité platters with hummus dip; or simply drink it straight from the bottle (leave out any pulp).
We hope this post has given you some inspiration on how to incorporate cannabis into your daily routine. As we mentioned, there are many ways to do this—and it all depends on what works best for you. If one method isn't working out as well as expected, don't be afraid to switch things up!