Why we love it
More and more people are realizing that cannabis does not belong solely in a bong, vape or edible – delta 8 topical creams, cannabis lotions, balms and salves can be incredibly effective for pain relief, without getting you high.
While much of what you will hear about Delta 8 THC lotions for pain relief is anecdotal, recent studies reveal the reality of anti-inflammatory and pain relieving properties in THC and CBD. Consumers report that cannabis topicals help them find relief for:
- Neck, shoulder and back pain
- Arthritis discomfort
- Joint and knee pain
- Nerve pain
TribeREVIVE infuses Delta 8 THC oil with other incredibly effective pain relieving agents to deliver a truly effective and fast-acting cream.
THE COOLING TRIFECTA
Cooling greatly reduces your body’s ability to feel pain in a specific area, so our delta 8 cream goes all in with not just one but THREE of nature’s strongest topical analgesics:
- Wintergreen: The active ingredient, methyl salicylate, is closely related to aspirin and has analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties
- Menthol: Blocks the calcium current along the nerves responsible for detecting temperature, creating a cooling effect perfect for sore, achy muscles
- Peppermint: Analgesic, antispasmodic, and anti-inflammatory
Harvard Medical School has a “unifying theory of disease,” suggesting there is mounting evidence that inflammation is a common underlying cause of many ailments and degenerative diseases. Inflammation is also behind many chronic pain problems – and we’re here to knock it out (!) with:
- Arnica: Reduces inflammation, eases muscle pain, and alleviates stiffness. Arnica helps bruises dissipate faster by reducing swelling while stimulating blood vessels.
- Wild Marjoram Oil: Calming and anti-inflammatory
- Jojoba Oil: Strong anti-inflammatory; also calms eczema and rosacea
- Aloe Vera: Contains antioxidants, enzymes, Vitamins A and C, and it is highly anti-inflammatory. Aloe can help treat burns, acne and dry skin.
LAST BUT NOT LEAST: NOURISH YOUR SKIN!
- Vitamin E: Strengthens the skin barrier, moisturizers, soothes
- Helichrysum Essential Oil: Helps speed up healing of wounds, burns, and rashes, and reduces scarring. Also promotes healthy skin cell growth and regeneration.
- Green + White Tea: Green and white tea have have catechins, which are like free radical hunters (antioxidants)
- Safflower Seed Oil: Moisturizes and balances skin
How to use
Rub in your Delta 8 pain relieving cream on any sore area until it’s completely absorbed, multiple times per day / on an as needed basis.
You might find you need more at first, and less over time – stick with it consistently over the course of a week and see how you feel. Cannabinoids build up in your tissue over time, so consistency is key.
Full Ingredients list
Green + White Tea Leaf Extract, MCT Coconut Oil, Vegetable Emulsifying Wax, Safflower Seed Oil, Aloe Vera, Menthol, Vegetable Glycerin, Jojoba Seed Oil, Caprylyl Glycol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Vitamin E, Phenoxyethanol, Delta 8 THC distillate, Peppermint Essential Oil, Eucalyptus Essential Oil , Wintergreen Leaf Oil, Wild Marjoram Essential Oil, Helichrysum Essential Oil, Arnica
Caution: For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. Do not apply to broken skin or open wounds. Stop use if condition worsens or skin irritation occurs. If pregnant or breastfeeding, consult with a health professional before use.
All products contain zero or less than 0.3% Delta 9 THC.
Due to applicable state laws or regulations, this product is unavailable to residents of New York state. All orders placed to those states will be immediately canceled.
D8 THC Lotion FAQ
How does THC cream work?
So what does THC lotion for pain relief do exactly? When you apply cannabis-infused topicals, THC pain lotion can bind directly to CB1 receptors present in skin, muscle tissues, and nerves, and that brings relief to the affected area. The cannabinoids interact with the upper layers of the dermis for localized relief. Topicals interact with the receptors of the ECS (endocannabinoid system) on a superficial level, preventing them from entering the bloodstream in a meaningful way, but still allowing for their benefits on a localized scale.
We may be a little biased, but we think we have the best thc cream for pain on the market – and many of our customers agree, especially those with chronic pain who are looking for alternatives to their pain pills. Our favorite routine when using Delta 8 for pain is to massage it into our joints, temples (especially for those with headaches), shoulders, the bottoms of our feet, and neck. If you’re going to use THC cream for your muscles, don’t settle – the wide array of all natural ingredients make TribeRevive the best muscle pain relief cream out there.
What is cannabis cream good for?
THC muscle creams, lotions, balms or salves are most popularly chosen for localized pain relief, muscle soreness, joint aches and inflammation, but anecdotal evidence is beginning to show a widening spectrum of potential benefits, from itching to headaches and cramping.
While many of our customers have told us they were originally skeptical of USING marijuana cream for joints, after using it they share the feedback that TribeREVIVE is the best pain relief cream for joint pain they have tried yet! If you are searching for the best knee pain relief cream or cream for leg pain, sign up for our email list for 15% off your first order to try it out.
Will THC Topicals Get Me High?
No! It is a common misperception that delta 8 thc cream or lotion can get you high. While it is possible that some CBD or THC could reach your bloodstream through the skin, it would be such a small amount that you shouldn’t actually feel any psychoactive effects. With most topicals, cannabinoids can’t really breach the bloodstream (a necessary element in the pharmacological process that results in intoxication); they only penetrate for localized relief. Because they’re non-intoxicating, delta 8 lotions and creams are often chosen by patients who want the therapeutic benefits of THC, such as pain and inflammation relief, without the high.
Can I use cannabis cream for headaches?
Delta 8 muscle rub can be rubbed directly into your temples, and some customers do find relief from headaches from this routine. There are even some preliminary studies showing that cannabis cream and other topicals could be effective for migraine relief. Side note: do not get the delta 8 pain cream in your eyes! If you need to make contact with your eyes after applying the cream, wash your hands thoroughly with soap first so it doesn’t sting.
Will THC topicals make me fail a drug test?
While many cannabis creams for pain won’t cause you to fail a drug test, there are no guarantees, so proceed accordingly. While it’s highly unlikely delta 8 pain relief cream will result in that outcome, you should always act with extreme caution if your job or livelihood is on the line!
Does topical THC cream work for arthritis?
50 million people in the US struggle with arthritis, and it can be very painful. While you should always discuss treatment options with a medical professional to find out if THC topicals for arthritis are the best choice for you, there is substantial evidence that cannabis cream for arthritis reduces inflammation (which is a major cause) and is effective for pain (which is a major symptom).
When arthritis pain becomes intolerable, many people turn to painkillers such as opiates, but people build a tolerance to them and they also can wreak havoc on your body. Thankfully, cannabis is a potent painkiller and anti-inflammatory agent, and many find that THC cream for arthritis can help manage symptoms. Research shows that cannabis allows patients to decrease their opiate use, and in states where cannabis is legally accessible, opiate-related deaths have gone down by 25 percent. If you are using opioids for pain management, marijuana cream for arthritis may be a good alternative for you.
The key to success when testing hemp cream for arthritis is regular use! Customers sometimes report that THC arthritis cream isn’t doing much at first, but with regular application, within a week or so they experience a significant change in their pain levels. If you have arthritis in your hands, it’s especially easy to regularly apply it as a hand lotion or hand cream (just don’t touch your eyes after!).
Whether you are using topicals, edibles or inhaling it, cannabis can help ease the pain of arthritis and may even lead to long lasting improvements in joint health. If you are one of the 50 million people struggling with daily arthritis pain, cannabis just might be the perfect solution. Talk to an MD who specializes in cannabis to find out if it is right for you.
Another idea is to combine topical Delta 8 and/or CBD with ingestion (gummies or vaping) to tackle pain from both the inside and out. We believe we have the best topical cream for arthritis, but if you think you found a better one please do let us know!
Can I use THC Cream for nerve pain?
Topical THC for nerve pain is an interesting area that is currently being studied, and key to understanding THC cream for neuropathy and CBD lotion with THC for nerve pain. Scientists believe that cannabis cream for nerve pain may provide relief by reducing connections between the areas of the brain that process emotions and sensory signals. In a study published in the September 5, 2018, online issue of Neurology, researchers found that THC reduces a person’s pain when compared to placebo. Check with your medical doctor to find out if taking delta 8 for nerve pain, or other marijuana cream for nerve pain, is right for you.
Note: this type of product can be called many different things, and we know that can be confusing. In case helpful in your product research, this product category is also sometimes referred to as the following: thc pain relief rub, thc muscle balm, thc pain relief balm, thc cream for pain, thc pain cream, thc rub, thc pain balm, thc ointment, cannabis cream for pain, weed cream, thc topical cream, THC balm …I think we covered them all!
How should I use THC-infused lotion for back pain?
Our customers often use lotion with THC for back pain by applying it directly to the affected area 2-3 times per day. This localized relief can help with both nerve pain in the back or as a topical muscle relaxer lotion. For our customers using this product as a THC muscle rub, they often bring it into a massage session with them, and let the masseuse know to use the marijuana cream for back pain instead of their usual massage oil. In the absence of delta 9 cream, delta 8 for back pain is found to be just as effective.