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If you aren’t familiar with the term, decarboxylation is the process of heating cannabis at an ideal time and temperature to transform raw cannabinoid compounds from their “acid” form to more active and potent versions. For example, CBDA and THCA are changed into CBD and THC respectively. Decarboxylation naturally occurs when cannabis is smoked or vaporized, but it needs to be accomplished by other means when using cannabis in oil or salves – such as by heating it in the oven. (Read more about decarboxylation here)

If you tuned into our “How to Make Cannabis Oil” tutorial, you will recognize these steps. The process is virtually the same, except we are going to use slightly more coconut oil here. If you’re interested in making medicated edibles, check out that article!

How long does cannabis salve last?

Makes: Approximately 2 cups (16 ounces) of finished salve

The beneficial effects of various cannabinoids. Chart courtesy of PotGuide

Personally, I like to rub a little cannabis salve on my tight and sore neck muscles, shoulders, wrists, knees, elbows, ankles, bottom of my feet, and behind my ears. Hey, all this gardening (and sitting to blog) does a number on my body!

In our cannabis salve recipe, we prefer to use mostly coconut oil, because it is full of saturated fat that binds well with cannabinoids. It is also ultra-moisturizing. We also add a dash of olive oil to increase absorption and smoothness. To learn more about various carrier oils, check out our homemade calendula oil article – where I discuss the pros and cons of a dozen different oil options!

In the next few years, CBD is almost certainly going to take a more pointed role in medicine. Learning how to make these simple topical creams will almost definitely put you ahead in not just pain remedies, but also learning your own body.

To be more specific, a CBD salve or lotion. Cannabidiol (aka CBD) is a compound found in the marijuana or hemp plant, though it is more dominant in some strains than others.

Now, for the CBD oil lotion. Because it’s possible to moisturize and numb pain simultaneously. If you already know how to make a CBD salve, you’re already halfway to your Cannabidiol lotion.

CBD salve recipe

Tip: The heat under your double boiler or pot must be very low. This is especially essential for oils that have a low boiling point like olive oil. You don’t want to burn away the active components in it.

Here are the things you’ll need to create a basic CBD salve.

What’s the process?

But while there have been allowances made by the law for medical marijuana patients, it’s not always possible to light one up when your pain starts to appear again.