If you’re not bathing in cannabis, it’s time to catch up.
It’s 2019 and cannabis bath salts and bath bombs should be a regular part of your self-care regimen. They are relaxing AF and great pain relievers. The hot water opens your pores in a way that feels more intense than other transdermal topicals.
With so many trendy new bath soaks to choose from, how do you decide what to fill your tub with?
Whoopi and Maya — Soak Bath Salts
It was in the search of relief from aches and pains during women’s menstrual cycle that Soak was born. Made by Whoopi & Maya, Whoopi Goldberg’s eponymous cannabis company founded with business partner Maya Elisabeth, Soak can be found on most dispensary shelves in Colorado and California.
Soak is one of the stronger bath salts we’ve tried, likely because of its balanced concentration of 25 milligrams of THC and 25 milligrams of CBD. It’s relaxing salts come in three scents: lavender, amber moon, and fragrance-free.
Available: California, Colorado
Price: $15-$36 — Find it on Weedmaps
Kush Queen — Bath Bombs
Kush Queen offers a lot of lovely shapes and sizes of pure bath bomb luxury to choose from. The lineup of bath bombs range from 25 milligrams to 100 milligrams in “moods” (that change the bathwater into beautiful colors) that include Awaken, Love, and Sleep.
Available: THC in California, CBD in the rest of the United States
Price: $10-$16 — Find it on Weedmaps
Coda Signature — Symphony Collection Bath Bombs
Coda Signature‘s Symphony bath bomb trio is the ultimate bath time treat for helping to ease pain and nourish the skin. The pack comes with three bath bombs, each infused