3-6-17 Happy Monday Everyone!
Excellent questions Chuck. The short answers are no, and no, with one important exception. Now on the longer answers!
Topical cannabis preparations like lotions, balms, salves and other products that are rubbed on the skin or added into baths can be quite effective for inflammation and pain relief as they bind to the cannabinoid receptors in the skin, but they won’t make you high.
Generally speaking topicals have far less cannabis in them than what you smoke, vape or eat., but even if they didn’t, you wouldn’t feel high with this application method. Dr. Amanda Reiman of the Drug Policy Alliance made an excellent comparison between cannabis topicals and rubbing alcohol. Despite its high alcohol content, you are not going to feel drunk by using rubbing alcohol. The same is true to of cannabis topicals and feeling high.
You also don’t have to worry about failing a drug test with topicals, as the cannabis is absorbed through the skin and never enters the bloodstream.
That said there is one type of marijuana topical that will both make you high and cause you to fail a drug test.
Today’s Recipe: OG Egg and Olive Salad Sandwich
Green olives give this medicated egg salad a lot of flavor and a touch of sophistication, turning an ordinary retro recipe into something new and noteworthy.
Get the OG Egg and Olive Sandwich Recipe
I use decarboxylated kief or hash to medicate this recipe. Learn more about Cooking with Hash and Kief at this link.
See You Tomorrow!
“Cannabis” Cheri Sicard
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