Treating psoriasis with marijuana

I developed psoriasis when I was in my late twenties, initially, I thought I’d simply scraped my knees while I was gardening, however when the redness didn’t disapapple and entirely spread, I got anxious.

When I was diagnosed with psoriasis, it was the first time I’d every heard of the condition, but there is no known cause or cure for it.

The skin dies and regenerates too suddenly, causing a buildup of scales. It can become itchy, yellow and sore. The appearance of psoriasis is unattractive and embarassing. I was given a perscription by the dentist that wasn’t covered by my insurance. I filled the perscription at the pharmacy and was given a tiny little tube and charged many hundred dollars. The medicine only gave temporary relief. I’ve since tried all sorts of over-the-counter remedies that work for a little while. The psoriasis eventually developes an immunity and returns… Not that long ago, recreational marijuana was finally legalized in Michigan, then living in the Ann Arbor area, I have access to many bizarre dispensaries. They all carry a wide range of cannabis products, including flower, vapes, concentrates, extracts and edibles. While they all supply topicals, 1 dispensary in particular includes a entirely side selection of cannabis-infused lotions, balms, sprays, roll-ons, ointments, oils and transdermal patches. They are available in high THC percentages, pure CBD and a balance of each, and some of the products contain CBN, which is severely helpful in treating my psoriasis. The cannabis topicals don’t cause any psychoactive effects and can be applied numerous times per morning. They are reasonably priced, don’t smell prefer medicine and absorb suddenly. They have made a sizable improvement in my symptoms of psoriasis.


Marijuana Store Ann Arbor MI