Transdermal Cannabis Patches are some of the most popular new cannabis products on the market. Transdermal patches make it easy and discreet to consume your medicine. The patches also allow for people who are afraid of smoking flower or eating edibles to consume cannabis in a non-threatening way.Different Types Of Cannabis Patches

Different Types Of Cannabis Patches

Let’s explore the different types of patches that are available on the market. Today we will use the company Mary’s Medicinals, a local Colorado company, as an example.

So far, you can find CBD, CBD 1:1, CBN, THCa, THC Indica, and THC Sativa cannabis patches at any of our 3 locations.

Mary’s award-winning patches are born out of a commitment to accurate dosing and the application of advanced delivery methods. Offering a quick onset and unsurpassed duration, Mary’s patches are 2×2 squares, easy to use, and adhere simply to any veinous part of the skin for discreet, all day (or night) relief.

– Mary’s Medicinals

How Do Transdermal Cannabis Patches Work?

Here is a quick excerpt from Hightimes.com

Cannabis transdermal patches are self-adhesive doses of medical marijuana. These patches function like birth control and nicotine patches. As in, they release controlled and accurate doses into the bloodstream over time. Flesh-colored and small, these squares can adhere anywhere with veins, offering a more discrete way to use cannabis.
Due to their high bioavailability, or rate of absorption into the bloodstream, they are a better delivery method of the maximum cannabinoids and whole plant terpenes to the body.
The cannabis transdermal patch patent has existed since 2001. But today the diversity of transdermal products has expanded, giving the wearer ultimate control of their high.
It’s important to consider the type of cannabinoid and duration of the high when choosing the best patch. One with the cannabinoid CBD may help someone struggling with seizures. Another person with appetite loss may prefer a THC patch.
Other single-cannabinoid patch choices are THCA or CBN. Plus many companies make split-ratio options of CBD and THC. Some patches last up to 8 hours while others continue for a blissful 96 hours.

– Hightimes.com
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