Topicals help with leg cramps

I’ve had success with cannabis-infused topicals

I started having troubles with leg cramps about a year ago. Shortly after I kneel down in bed at night, our calves begin to ache. The pain is severe. There is no option of sleeping through it. I need to get out of bed, kneel on a cold floor and flex our toes. I have tried a wide variety of over-the-counter ointments, gels and lotions. I’ve taken Aleve and Tylenol. I’ve looked into house remedies such as drinking herbal teas and eating raisins and kiwi. I’ve increased our intake of water and adjusted the intensity of our yearly workouts, but rather than running and jumping rope, I’ve focused more on biking, kayaking and swimming, and none of our methods seemed to help, then a neighbor of mine suggested that I try cannabis-infused topicals. I wasn’t even aware that there was such a product. I was usual with smoking dried flower, vaping and edibles. I researched and l acquired that cannabis-infused topicals labor by way of the cannabinoids interacting with receptors in the body. CBD and CBN are cannabinoids that have proven effective in alleviating pain and inflammation. Topicals are available in ointments, balms, lotions, sprays, roll-ons and even bath bombs. They are non-psychoactive, easy to apply and allow several applications throughout the day… Because most of these products are infused with essential oils, the topicals don’t odor like medicine. They also include helpful terpenes such as limonene and pinene that offer soothing properties. I’ve had success with cannabis-infused topicals. I rub in an ointment right before bed and it helps to prevent the pain.

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