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Discussion: Cannabis topical - non THC

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Feb. 28, 2019
Uncle Mike
Men's 60
122 posts
Cannabis topical - non THC
Does anybody have any experience with a great Cannabis topical ? I have had both knees replaced and just want an upgrade over Magic Stuff for my surrounding muscles and tissue. I have heard some great things about it- but I havenít gotten a recommendation from anyone. Appreciate any input you may have !
March 1, 2019
Paco12
19 posts
While at the ISSSA TOC in Florida somebody let me use some for my shoulder and it was a miracle, no pain for the next few hours. So I will be very interested on some information also. Thanks.

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March 1, 2019
Crusher23
Men's 55
53 posts
www.canbiola.com

Check it out. Awesome stuff.
March 1, 2019
mck71
Men's 60
334 posts
Paco, if you were at a SSUSA event, my assumption is the stuff that you tried was called "Magic Stuff", does work GREAT and they are a SSUSA sponsor (I also got it at last year's event). This is their website: http://magicstuffbalms.com/
March 1, 2019
DieselDan
Men's 75
579 posts
Whenever you're near Mesquite, NV, they have a cannabis store. It's not far East of Wal-Mart, but cannot locate the name/address. Don't be surprised if you see many Utah license plates in the parking lot. The seniors love the stuff for nagging joint and muscle issues.
March 2, 2019
OZZIE#8
17 posts
i get the balm....it works for me thats for sure...use it every day
March 6, 2019
Gunny2
47 posts
Where do you purchase the Magic Balm at? I have look at drug stores & vitamin store or do you go to some witch doctor hahaha. Just let me know where thanks
March 6, 2019
OZZIE#8
17 posts
health food stores or online.... dunno if links are allowed here
March 6, 2019
DaveDowell
Men's 70
4247 posts
It probably works pretty well in a topical application, but I'm not so sure it helps much with a bad case of the stutters ...
March 6, 2019
Mango
Men's 50
158 posts
I was guessing Gunny got the Extra Strength THC as opposed to the non THC.
March 6, 2019
OMD
38 posts
I use a Cannabis Pain Cream made by Care By Design.
It has a 1:1 ratio of CBD to THC - (150mg CBD & 150mg THC)- it comes in a 30ml spray bottle & sells for about $40 + taxes.
This stuff works quick and is fantastic on sore muscles & joints and it doesn't leave an overly "greasy" feeling. Sundays would be a lot harder without this stuff.
Bad news is I get it from a collective - Berkeley Patient Group in Berkeley, Ca. They also have many other ratios of CBD to THC all the way down to only CBD by itself - 75mg CBD in a 1.5oz bottle for about $18 + taxes (haven't tried this one)
March 7, 2019
rightrj1
Men's 55
286 posts
Guys,
I've been on this stuff for over 30 years...No THC, NO side affects and the CBD heals and just doesn't mass the pain. You will NOT GET HIGH or test positive for Weed...Check it out Xip4life.com/541654 there's 3 Videos that tells you all about the products...
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March 7, 2019
OMD
38 posts
You also can not get high or fail a drug test with a THC or CBD topical. It gets absorbed into the skin and muscles and never reaches the bloodstream - not true with a transdermal patch.
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