Of all the different cannabis consumption methods. The easiest might just be topicals. There is no requirement for rolling papers, grinders, batteries, lighters or any extra gear whatsoever. The application doesn’t create smoke, ash, odors or mess. They are totally discreet and yet provide a wide array of medicinal benefits. The cannabinoids in cannabis-infused topicals interact with receptors in the skin to provide relief from chronic pain, inflammation, wounds, itching, burns and a wide array of skin issues. Patients have found success treating psoriasis, acne, eczema, bee stings, cuts and arthritis. More and more topicals are being used for migraines, insomnia and even in beauty regiments. They are available in loitions, balms, ointments, salves, sprays, roll-ons, bath bombs, lip balms, transdermal patches and more. They do not cause psychoactive effects. Because of this, there is no minimum dosage and topicals can be applied multiple times throughout the day. There are topicals that include high THC potency, CBD, CBN, CBG and full spectrum cannabinoids that maximize healing. When shopping for topicals, the terpenes are especially important. For example linalool has a lavender-like aroma and offers promise in treating anxiety, infection, muscle stiffness, muscle pain and stress. There are unscented topicals as well as those that include essential oils such as rosemary, eucalyptus and lavender. They are applied directly to the affected area, provide fast-acting effects and are absorbed quickly. Another benefit of topicals is the ability to treat medical concerns systemically. Topicals can be combined with other delivery methods, such as tinctures, to treat the issue from both inside and outside the body.