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coco chill body lotion with cannabis sativa seed oil

Coco chill body lotion with cannabis sativa seed oil

When you are relaxed and have higher sensitivity to touch, it is natural to experience stronger and better orgasms for both men and women.

If sex is not just for women, why should a lubricant be restricted to one gender.

CBD oil or cannabis-infused oil can be used as a personal lubricant, provided you are not allergic to any ingredients that have been used in that particular product.

CBD oil lube: What are the risks?

CBD oil is basically any body oil, like coconut or olive oil infused with cannabidiol. It can be used as a massage oil as well as a personal lubricant. Just remember that oil tends to break down latex so avoid oil based lubricants when using a latex condom.

Coconu also uses plastic-free sustainable product packaging made in the US from sugar cane.

Are CBD lubes just for women?

How does CBD oil work?

Users of CBD oil as lube swear by its ability to boost sensitivity during sex, relax vaginal muscles, and amplify sensations during orgasm.

Coco chill body lotion with cannabis sativa seed oil

Lather up! Apply a thin, even layer to the affected area. You should start to feel the results within 5 to 20 minutes, depending on the severity of your issue and strength of your salve. Repeat several times per day as needed.

Personally, I like to rub a little cannabis salve on my tight and sore neck muscles, shoulders, wrists, knees, elbows, ankles, bottom of my feet, and behind my ears. Hey, all this gardening (and sitting to blog) does a number on my body!

Therefore, that is exactly what we’re going to do in this recipe: make cannabis oil, and then the salve. But first: “what kind of cannabis should I use in my oil or salve?”

If you tuned into our “How to Make Cannabis Oil” tutorial, you will recognize these steps. The process is virtually the same, except we are going to use slightly more coconut oil here. If you’re interested in making medicated edibles, check out that article!

Will this make me smell like weed?

If you aren’t familiar with the term, decarboxylation is the process of heating cannabis at an ideal time and temperature to transform raw cannabinoid compounds from their “acid” form to more active and potent versions. For example, CBDA and THCA are changed into CBD and THC respectively. Decarboxylation naturally occurs when cannabis is smoked or vaporized, but it needs to be accomplished by other means when using cannabis in oil or salves – such as by heating it in the oven. (Read more about decarboxylation here)

*Notes: If you want to scale this recipe up or down: the general rule of thumb for salve is to use about 1 part of beeswax to 4 or 5 parts oil, including both coconut and olive oil. Since we use virgin coconut oil that is solid at room temperature, we can get away with lesser beeswax and the salve will still set up well. If you use a different carrier oil that is liquid at room temperature, either omit the extra 1/3 cup olive oil mentioned above, or increase the amount of beeswax pastilles to 1/2 cup.

Step 3) Mix the Salve Ingredients

Supplies Needed

Maybe we need to step back a moment. How about, “what is a salve?”. A salve is simply the term for a healing solution that you put on your skin, including creams, ointments, or balms. Generally, salves are fairly thick, shelf-stable, and include nourishing oils such as coconut oil, olive oil, sweet almond oil, or others.

On the other hand, if you just made your cannabis oil and it is still liquified, you can do this step straight in a pot on the stove – keeping the heat as low as possible once the cannabis coconut oil is added.