Is arthritis pain keeping you from doing the things you love?

Welcome to the world of medicinal herbs!

We’re surrounded by medicine. Many plants have healing properties and can be made into potent tinctures, teas and salves.

Right now cannabis is the newest pain management herb the public is discovering and it’s a good one. However many other medicinal herbs can also be helpful and, as well as cannabis, our products contain other organically-grown medicinal herbs.

Leafy Botanicals was created with the arthritis sufferer in mind.

  • Along with a complete pain management program, cannabis creams can provide relief from joint inflammation and the muscle fatigue that goes along with arthritis – in all of its many forms.

But maybe you have questions about its effectiveness and safety

Whether or not to try cannabis therapy is a personal decision, and one no one else should make for you.

That’s why I put together a small report and resource list: Cannabis for Arthritis: Does it work? Just sign up on the sidebar for instant access

But Leafy Botanicals products are about much more than cannabis. I grow or wildcraft most of the herbs used in my salves and lotions.

Green Cream uses cannabis as well as other medicinal herbs in its recipe.

Let’s face it, we’re all getting older…

I’ve always believed that we can control, to a big extent, our aging process.

What we eat, how much we exercise and what we put onto our bodies all contribute to our overall health and well being.

Yet, the reality is, time takes its toll.

Our joints wear out. We become fatigued easier.

And menopause can bring on all kinds of aches and pains in places we never imagined!  

Other times, we may find ourselves struggling with inflammation or an autoimmune disorder in spite of our best efforts. 

Cannabis is undergoing a renaissance

Many people are realizing this little, green plant can do a lot of good in helping them manage their arthritis pain.

Historically, it’s long been used throughout the world for both its medicinal and its psychoactive qualities. In the U.S. it was a common ingredient in tinctures for pain and some estimates say that up until the early 1900s 98 percent of American households had some product that contained cannabis.

However, prohibition during the 1930s drove cannabis, as well as alcohol, to the underground black market, where it’s languished until recent years when advocates of the plant have finally begun to get their voices into the mainstream.

Today, in the U.S., more people favor cannabis legalization than oppose it.There are options for the arthritis-sufferer and others dealing with chronic pain. Most states have medical marijuana laws in place, and several have legalized its recreational use as well.

There is no better time than today to explore cannabis as tool for pain management.

”If people let the government decide what foods they eat and what medicines they take, their bodies will soon be in as sorry a state as are the souls who live under tyranny.”- Thomas Jefferson