Nope, topicals don't get you high unless you use transdermal patches, from my own limited experience and from what I've read.
I just shared some for the first time... the body butter with someone with cerebal palsy that has joint inflammation and pain in her knee. She put some on and her pain went away and she could walk better.Wife says It works better then anything. ANYTHING!
So it's apparently a widely held myth that topicals will not get you high, so start off with a small application and work yourself up from there. Different oils have different levels of oleic acid, which is the main reason for the deepest penetration. Please update us!He should not get high applying it to the body?
24% Shea butter, 24% Cocoa butter, 24% Coconut oil, 24% Almond oil, 4% Lecithin
Melt on low heat, put in fridge until stiff, whip
Add Peppermint, Lavender and Menthol for aroma
He should not get high applying it to the body?
With just straight grapeseed oil topical 1 once flower to 1 cup oil. My wife now is getting rubbed down pretty much whole body. She does not get high. Not even oh I think I feel something! It does not enter your blood stream. She does get relief. And that folks is what its all about.So it's apparently a widely held myth that topicals will not get you high
Yup you are right I did miss your post about multiple people reporting getting high off your topicals. And topicals are not all the same.Maybe you missed my posts about multiple people reporting my topicals get them high. Just because yours doesn't doesn't mean they ALL are the same, right? I use different ingredients that assist absorption, apparently.