pHaTdProductions: thank you for this video, my father suffers from rheumatoid arthritis in the knee and its just hard to see him walk now.
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Charlotte Alexander: I add Coconut Oil,Aloe Vera,and Egg Whites to my Cannabis.The Coconut Oil,and Aloe along with the Egg Whites help condition the skin,and also helps sooth the pain.It also works great on burns with,or,without the addition of Cannabis.
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joyztik: how about some mineral oil? Would that work too? The one used in baby oil?
califberry: I have a friend/licensed seller who makes this fabulous cream with shea butter. It's the absolute best. Works for neuropathy like nothing I've tried before. Gets rid of the "tingly, spider-web" sensations within a few minutes of application. Leaves skin soft and wonderful. You don't get "high" from it either. Not absorbed into the bloodstream.
Taylor Terry: can you use coconut oil?!
and does this absorb through your skin and actually make you "high"?
or is it isolated to the spot where its used only, like a numbing feeling in the area?
hey thanks for this video. i smoke cannabis for arthritis because of a nearly fatal car accident, my hip was completely crushed a year ago im only 20 years old but i have chronic pain. smoking cannabis helps a lot but i have never tried this,im interested in trying it out
lespites1: With the homemade you might have trouble with the surface tension of the liquids at the end so the lab equipment is far better, but you can do the home made to separate oil in a fast way and then if there is any water left use the needle method for fine tunig
lespites1: If u haye no access you can make one easily: just take a water bottle that has a lid you can open by pulling the tip (like the ones for bycicles), cut off the bottom with a knife and fill it upside down (you will need some device or help to hold it). Once filled and remained still so the liquids separate properly you can open the lid and take out the water, just be carefull to do it slowly not to mix thw liquids again, and at the end just stop after the very first drop of oil has come out
lespites1: another tip for separating water from oil, there is a lab glass tool specifically designed for separation of non mixable liquids, its name in spanish is "ampolla de decantacion" I don't know its name in english, if have access to purchase one it shoudn't be expensive and works really well.
lespites1: Going like this the remaing oil after the 3rd squeeze much less pure in canabinoids so the yield of the extraction will be higher, it is also a chemical fact that you extract far better doing it 3 times with 1/3 of the amount of solvent than once with the full cuantity. Just in case that you don't intend to do any bakery with the remaining grass and you just want the balm
lespites1: A tip: Use 60% of the indicated, amount of oil in the first cooking, after squeezing the grass in the sieve reserve it, put it back in the pot and cook it again with 20% of the amount of oil ( and some more water if necessary), and then cook it again with another 20% of oil. This is a standard good practice procedure in pharmaceutical extraction, because no matter how good you squeeze the grass it will be soaked with some oil rich in cannabinoids
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Dreampm420: i have lupus and its helped out alot
Citizen Brain: I applied pure cannabis oil to a large dysplastic nevus (about the size of a nickle) that was turning pre-melanoma on my left forearm and covered it with a band-aid. Did that for 4 weeks, and it is gone. In the right sunlight, I can tell where it used to be because now it looks like scar tissue, and hard to tell it was even there. I also did a regular regiment of edible mmj during the topical treatment, hit it from inside and outside. IT WORKS, AND FOR PENNIES.
surferdude714: is it tested
SuperLastMohican: Is Indicreme better than Doc Green's Healing Cream?
Sootheen: We now make two versions of Indicreme Xtreme. One Is Indicreme Xtreme THC made only for the California medical marijuana patients. It contains extra THC. The other product is Indicreme Xtreme CBD which contains CBD but no THC and is legal in all states.
SuperLastMohican: It's nice to finally talk to someone from the company. I have many questions about indicreme. I've bought a few indicreme products before. I just bought the regular 2oz indicreme formula, but maybe I should have paid extra for the Xtreme. What exactly is the difference between the 2?
Sootheen: It's all about stimulating the body into a state of healing. Sativa reaches into the body and encourages it to heal itself. It also carries the other healing compounds into the body and readies it for the medicine. The creme is not about one ingredient, it is about a perfect synergie between inigredients that cause them to bring their individual qualities and mix to create healing. We now offer a creme Xtreme that has 50mg of CBDs in each jar... amazingly effective without THC at all.
SuperLastMohican: One question: Why do you use sativa oil instead of indica oil for your cream? I would assume indica oil would be a way better pain reliever.
Sootheen: This is absolutely NOT the recipe for Indicreme. I am from the company Sootheen, who makes Indicreme and I can tell you that this knock off is not even close. There is a reason that Indicreme is expensive. All of the ingredients are expensive and the process is time consuming. No one has the recipe but Sootheen, Inc. as it is a trademarked, protected recipe. We stand behind the product because it works!
SuperLastMohican: Don't you need alcohol to extract the chemicals?
SuperLastMohican: Don't you need to add alcohol to the tincture??
Jamaciamecraze: wish I could make it but cant get any cannabis I have fibro amd other issues
SuperLastMohican: OMG this is awesome. This is the same recipe for Indicreme, which costs $40-60 for 2oz
Mr Sketchy: When you refer to 'trim', is that trimmings you've taken from your plants? For somebody who doesn't grow does it work the same using the buds one would smoke, and if so is less weight required? It seems like a really expensive process, how long does that much balm last you? Also, for transferring the oil I'd advise using a gravy separator, which is basically a jug with the spout coming from the bottom so that you can pour off the non-fatty part. Thanks for the informative video.
bckilo: use coconut oil, then mix with peppermint oil vitamin e and d. then put in bee;s wax
cheeple: what if you just mix the extract with Nivea.
herbalpeace: It cured my athletes feet and there are reports of it curing bad warts. I suppose the anti inflammatory properties of cannabis could help you. Try it out and see if it helps you, if so start testing it on other people!
harry10160: hey bro does this help with eczema and other skin conditions similar to rashes of sorts?
acidfreak1967: How would I go about adding a scent to it? (i.e. Lavender,Vanilla, Cherry blossom etc.)
iRave14: I healed my 3rd degree burns with this it will heal anything!!!!
Phil Riddle: Organic coconut oil or Grape seed oil. Are best................
Beaudin Chen: Hello there! Thank you for this useful video. By the way, I notice a lot of people keep on talking about Artholarex Miracle (search on google), but I'm not sure if it is good. Have you tried home remedy called Artholarex Miracle? I have heard some incredible things about it and my cousin completely reliefs his arthritis naturally with this remedy.
NEVproductions2012: Yes! I make my own coconut butter/milk/oil/skin lotion from my own trees. Amazing for skin, and very stable.
ChiefsThoughts89: works great. before my grandpa died he used it as a hand lotion for arthritis pain. and i used it a few times for my back, neck, and feet (construction worker). iv never seen it made by this method but i do know that it works extremely well. When he and my uncle made it they used menthol wax, paraffin wax, and alcohol instead of bees wax and peanut oil.
fantasticalice: The above is from Ed...he knows. Check out his site, I posted it below.
fantasticalice: Coconut oil is very trendy for all kinds of purposes these days. But don't put it in my cannabis topicals please! It's greasy and lingers on my skin! I'm also not crazy about the smell which seems to overpower everything. And one last complaint: Coconut oil doesn't even register on the oleic acid scale; which, in case you were wondering, is the fat chemistry necessary to transdermally deliver cannabinoids and essential oils from the cannabis plant effectively.
fantasticalice: This is a good 1st start, I like what Luke had to say! Crock pot is the way to go, LOW, overnight. I make the best creme, give it away to my old-lady friends. Teflon pot? Please...
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coconut oil makes it OILY, olive is great, peanut? Nope
Nisa Fitriana: Hello there! Thank you for this helpful video. By the way, I hear lots of people keep on talking about Artholarex Miracle (do a google search), but I'm not sure if it is good. Have you considered home remedy called Artholarex Miracle? I have heard several incredible things about it and my cooworker completely reliefs his arthritis safely with this remedy.
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