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Benefits of Cannabis Coconut Oil

Re-posted from The Cannabis Life Network

If you are looking for a supertonic that can benefit skin conditions, chronic pain, and dental issues, reach for cannabis coconut oil. No kidding! Cannabis coconut oil is genuinely remarkable. Here’s a look into it and why it’s worth using!

Cannabis coconut oil is anti-everything

Coconut is a known superfood for many reasons. Full of essential vitamins and nutrients, coconuts can be used in many different ways, especially the oil. So what makes coconut oil a better option than other types? The medium-chain fatty acids contain antibacterial, antimicrobial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties, making coconut oil an effective skin treatment by itself. Considering the therapeutic benefits of cannabis, adding it can massively improve these medicinal effects. So, if you have a wound that is healing or an itchy, painful rash, try rubbing cannabis coconut oil on it. Individually, those ingredients may be enough to fix the issue but when combined, the benefits can increase dramatically. Plus, the application will gently sanitize the area.

cannabis coconut oil

Tip – Avoid rubbing delicate areas by pouring cannabis MCT oil onto the skin!

Cannabis coconut oil relieves pain in more than one way

Cannabis coconut oil should be in every medicine cabinet, especially for those who live with chronic pain. Why? The functionality for the price. Regardless of what you are paying, cannabis coconut oil is the best financial option because you can ingest it and use it topically. The compounds within the cannabis plant are fat-soluble, and coconut oil is one of the most efficient extractors. Thus, it doesn’t take much to maximize the power of an infusion, topically, and internally. 

cannabis coconut oil relieves pain

Tip – When treating chronic pain, its best to ingest cannabinoids both internally and topically. Topical absorption targets the nerves at the source, interrupting the pain signals sent to the brain. Oral ingestion or inhalation will target your CNS, disrupting the way your brain interprets incoming pain signals.

Dental issues

If you’re experiencing dental issues, tooth pain, or have concerns about your teeth, you need to consider using cannabis coconut oil. Knowing that it’s safe to use on an open wound, you don’t need to worry about starting any bacterial infections. Add a bit of weed to that coconut oil for a potent topical for your teeth. Sound weird? It’s not! Swishing oil around the mouth has been practiced for centuries to treat more than just dental problems. 

Coconut oil for dental issues

Oil Pulling

Oil pulling is an ancient ayurvedic technique. To do it, you take a tablespoon of coconut oil and swish it around the mouth on an empty stomach, for twenty minutes. Said to remove toxins from your body, oil pulling breaks up biofilm, dissolving plaque, and stains. The medium-chain fatty acids go to work dissolving the stinky bacteria that get stuck around your teeth, killing bad breath and improving oral health. 

If you are suffering from a skin condition, chronic pain, or dental issues, try using cannabis coconut oil. It’s an analgesic that is safe enough to apply directly to the problem area, inside as well as out. 

Julia Veintrop
From an early age, Julia displayed a passion for writing and languages, a fascination with journalism and an amazing memory. Her career focus had been gaining skills and experience in many different fields of counselling. Her ambition to have a career as medical general practitioner was interrupted when she became very ill from cervical cancer and the procedures necessary to remove it, beginning almost seven years of severe medical issues. Using the written word as an avenue of release and feeling the miraculous benefits of cannabis first-hand, she developed her skills throughout her illness and shifted her focus to cannabis from the patient perspective. Today, she devotes her life to a cause she truly enjoys, cannabis activism, so that no one need suffer unnecessarily due to lack of education or access.