Creative and Relaxing! Companies Offer Cannabis-Infused Bath Soaks

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Who knew a bath experience could go to the level of absolute serenity.

A Colorado company – Mary Jane’s Medicinals – has released an utterly blissful product: a cannabis-infused bath soak, they call “The Heavenly Hash Bath.”

In an interview with Popsugar, its founder Dahila Mertens said the idea for the hash bath was an “aha” moment while she was bathing.

Mertens said the Hash Bath is great  for “relieving anxiety.” She added: “That is probably our most effective product for the treatment of stress, anxiety, and hypertension.”

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And another company – Lavish Bath Co.’s -, has yet another product to offer: bath bombs. Yes, bath bombs, and no, it won’t get you high, Now Toronto reported.

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Lavish Bath Co.’s are made with hemp oil and flour. Hemp has lower concentrations of THC, and higher concentrations of cannabidiol(CBD), which has no psychoactive effects.

Hemp is also a good source of magnesium, which has a soothing effect to relax muscles and sleep.

The Vancouver-based CannaLife Botanicals also offer their version for your bath indulgence. It has its own natural cannabis-infused Bath Salt Crystals. Its cannabis-infused aromatherapy salt blends for pain relief, detox, and cell rejuvenation.

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On a much higher note.

Another Colorado company – Dixie Elixirs – has a much more potent THC bath soak.

However, there is a warning attached.

“While most topical products do not produce psychoactive effects, it is possible for women to experience psychoactive effects when using Dixie Bath Soak.”

If you are into Epsom salt, then California’s Whoopi & Maya’s Cannabis Bath Soak is the perfect fit.

The magnesium in Epsom salt is also helpful in reducing the stress hormone cortisol.

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