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Anyone can buy and apply their own CHABA lotion. But in the hands of a skilled therapist, CHABA can heal. Imagine feeling the silky smooth, luxurious oils applied to your tired, aching back. In a beautiful room with serene music and ambient lighting, you can now... experience.
What is CHABA?
CHABA, or Cannabis Health and Beauty Aids, is a product that uses the oils of the cannabis plant for topical health purposes. When added to a massage, it's luxuriously moisturizing and relaxing properties provide the ultimate unique experience. CHABA products are not intoxicating, but have been proven to be a very effective emollient in both relaxation and clinical massage. Some benefits reported include it being: anti-inflammatory, mildly muscle relaxing, mildly pain-relieving, and deeply moisturizing for the skin, depending on their specific formula and application.
We offer 2 lines of luxurious CHABA massage oils-- Cause Medic and Cannabis Basics products. It's available as an upgrade to all massages. Book any massage session and just ask your therapist to add CHABA to your massage.
CHABA is a $16 upgrade to any massage service, and can also be purchased to take home in a variety of products and sizes.
Known Benefits of CHABA Use in Massage
- Mild pain relieving
- Extremely moisturizing
- Loosens tissue in the specific area similar to a muscle relaxer, but without the total body and mind altering effects of a prescription muscle relaxer, like a spot-treatment muscle relaxer.
- Expedite wound, scar, and bruise healing
Other Reported Benefits Still Being Researched
- Promotes bone growth
- Reduces seizures and convulsions
- Reduces blood sugar levels
- Reduces inflammation
- Reduces risk of artery blockage
- Reduces small intestine contractions
- Reduces vomiting and nausea
- Relieves pain
- Relieves anxiety
- Slows bacterial growth
- Suppresses muscle spasms
- Treats psoriasis
Although the cannabis plants contain a plethora of different cannabinoids and terpenes, by far the two most known and used are CBD and THC. CBD is more widely used in medicinal applications, and THC is most commonly used recreationally. Both have been proven to be effective for fantastic massage oils, providing pain relief, decreased inflammation, and muscle relaxation.
- 2nd most common cannabinoid in medical marijuana
- Most common in hemp plants
- Counterbalances anxiety, tachycardia, hunger, and sedation caused by THC
- DOES NOT GET YOU HIGH
- Strong anti-inflammatory
- Mild analgesic properties
- Legal in most states
- Psychoactive compound of marijuana (gets you high, when ingested or smoked or through transdermal agents).
- Muscle relaxant and anti-inflammatory.
- From marijuana, not found in hemp.
- Can massage with up to 0.3% in WA state.
Whole Plant Use
- Uses the entire plant, not just isolated THC or CBD, but many other cannabinoids and terpenes. Their interactions with one another have the most beneficial results.
- Most effective medically (Rick Simpson oil).
- Using even a small amount of THC (≤0.3%) will interact with the CBD and increase its efficacy medically.
Most effective for inflammation, pain relief, skin irritations, and many more medical treatments that aren’t yet confirmed by the FDA due to federal laws restricting research.