Updated: Feb 12, 2019
While this lovely winter season comes with all sorts of delights, it also often comes with the dreaded common cold. Luckily, cannabis can be a wonderful way to ease some of this discomfort. Check out some of our favorite ways to use marijuana when we’re feeling a bit under the weather.
Korova Edibles Black Bar
Edibles are ideal for the stuffed up stoner. While you may still want the comfort of a nice high, smoking or even vaping can make congestion and coughing much worse. Korova Chocolate Bars are a delicious way to get a solid smokeless high while you recover. These chocolates come in a variety of delicious flavors and are also a good value. Korova Black Bar Brownie Bites are available at Blum for just $17.99.
Another fantastic edible to try while sick is Kikoko Tranquili-Tea. This tea is delicious and strong. Plus the warmth from the tea itself is great for stuffiness and sore throats. Add some honey for sweetness and additional natural healing benefits. Harborside carries a variety of fantastic flavors.
Care By Design CBD Rich Sublingual Drops
Perhaps one of the most versatile products we recommend is CBD drops. Sublingual CBD drops can be added to ramen or tea for a soothing way to reduce body aches, nausea, and sleeplessness. Care By Design is a great choice because it’s flavorless and comes in a variety of strength levels.
Mary’s Medicinals Transdermal CBD Patch
Topical patches are gaining popularity for their convenience and effectiveness. Mary’s Medicinals Transdermal CBD Patch is a great choice when you’re feeling under the weather. Simply place directly onto the skin and ease any stiffness or soreness from staying in bed all day. This patch is available for just $10 at Berkeley Patients Group.
What are your top tips for using cannabis to get through a cold?
Find these products:
Korova Edibles Black Bar - Blum - $17.99
Kikoko Tranquili-Tea - Harborside - $50
Care By Design CBD Rich Sublingual Drops - CBCB - $50
Mary’s Medicinals Transdermal CBD Patch - Berkeley Patients Group - $10