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MarijuanaBreak Staff MarijuanaBreak Staff / Updated on May 21, 2019

Cannabis Pain Patch

Doesn’t it seem as if throughout 2019 there has been a surge in Cannabis related products? From CBD oils, edibles, tinctures, cartridges, concentrates, bath bombs, and more, it has become impossible not to get lost in the variety of products sold online and offline. One relatively recent trend is the Cannabis Patch.

This ingenious patch has been specifically designed to help people who suffer from common pain, fibromyalgia, diabetic neuropathy and a few other conditions that involve unexplainable pain.

The question is whether or not Cannabis Patches are just another way that companies are trying to capitalize on the growing cannabis market, or do they REALLY work, helping to relieve pain? Continue reading as we review the Cannabis Patch…

Can Cannabis Help Nerve Pain?

If you are a cannabis enthusiast, then you probably know the answer to that. But can a Cannabis Patch have the same impact as cannabis ingestion or simply lighting up a joint. Well according to Cannabis Science Inc and Mary’s Medicinals, the answer is; yes!

With some forms of pain, it is easy to determine the root of the problem, but with conditions such as fibromyalgia, it is often hard to understand the cause of the pain. The pain associated with these types of conditions will often appear out of the blue, sending a sharp and tingling sensation. And without knowing the exact cause and roots of the pain, patients are constantly left seeking solutions that are most of the time non-effective.

This is where cannabis patches come into the picture. Apart from being cost-effective, compared to conventional pharmaceutical treatments, the way they combat the pain is quite different. Cannabis patches deliver doses of CBD or THC straight to the bloodstream, avoiding the metabolism stage conducted by the liver. This also allows the patches to provide a constant and slow absorption of the medicinal dosage, rather than when smoking cannabis, which provides a sudden “high” that wears off or eating it which can last longer but still doesn’t quite impact the body in the same manner as a Cannabis Patch. Furthermore, when purchasing a CBD Cannabis Patch, you won’t experience any intoxicating effects, and companies offering Cannabis Patches typically offer different cannabinoid makeups for greater variety, so you can pick and choose the effects that you think will be suit you.

How to Use a Cannabis Patch?

Whether you are purchasing a CBD cannabis patch or a Hemp Oil CBD patch, the process is typically the same.

1. At first, it’s important to clean the skin where you want to place the patch. It is often advised to use warm water or alcohol to clean the area where you are going to place the patch.
2. Dry the area and place the patch on your desired spot. Press firmly until it sticks. (Oh and don’t forget to remove the protective liner)

It’s important to remember, when choosing the best spot, to find an area that has minimal hair growth and be sure to never use patches directly on irritated skin or wounds. Most patches should last for 8-12 hours.

Where to Get a Cannabis Patch?

These products have been around for a few years now, so a variety of companies have begun selling the Cannabis Patch. Mary’s Medicinals, a consumer favorite, has gained traction over the last few years due to their fantastic cannabis-infused pain patches, selling them in a few different states such as Colorado, Arizona, Nevada, Washington, Oregon, and Michigan; any of the states that allow recreational or medical marijuana use.

Unlike other pain patch producers, Mary Medicinals understand that there are suffering patients throughout the whole of the U.S and have therefore developed six different types of patches.

These six patches vary in cannabinoid profile, and the ones the company currently offers is: THC-Sativa, THC-Indica, THCa, CBN, CBD, and 1:1 CBD:THC. The variety is actually quite awesome.

The THC-sativa or THC-indica cannabis patches are probably the preferred version by most cannabis enthusiasts, but for those who don’t want any intoxicating effects or less of a THC-fuelled high, the other selections are outstanding.

Mary’s Medicinals has been around for quite a few years and been studying hemp-derived and marijuana-derived oils for over four years to develop supreme products. Their products have been featured on numerous news websites due to their potentially anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, neuroprotectant, antidepressant, and other healing properties.

When reviewing the company, we were shocked to find out that they have their own in-house quality control laboratory with two chemists overseeing all testing. Furthermore, they use 100% organic, locally grown plants, allowing them to develop products that are far more potent than overseas imported goods.


You can pick up a variety of patches including:

  • 10 mg: CBD / CBN / THC or CBD/THC
  • 20 mg: THC Indica or THC Sativa
  • 10mg: Hemp extract (sold through MarysNutritionals)

All in all, they must be doing something right, as according to CNN, they’ve sold far more than 1 million patches since launching in 2013.

Final Thoughts About Cannabis Patches

The cannabis industry is constantly evolving and thanks to easing state laws a variety of products are popping up on the shelves. Cannabis Patches are just one of those products. Whether you decide to go for Mary’s Medicinal or another company, know that Cannabis Patches are gaining traction.

As of now, you can purchase CBD, THC or Hemp Based Patches. The patches allow for nearly 100% absorption, compared to 30%-70% in edible pot products, part of what makes them a convenient and reliable option.

  1. Maria Harvey
    Mosquito Repellents

    You know what, these patches also work great as mosquito repellents. Lol!but true. Just try and see!

  2. Claire Treloar
    10 Drops

    The patches did not work for my back ache pain. And how many must I apply? It is better to take the CBD orally which acts really fast and I am sure of the 10 drops I take every day. I think I have now started liking the taste and smell as well, initially it was very bad though.

  3. Joey

    If the patch is good for 8-12 hours can you use it for 4 hours and take it off and then use the rest later? Or can you just cut them in half to get the same effect? I just wondering once you put it on it has to stay on for the duration or you will lose the patches effectiveness. Thank you, Joey

    1. Adam

      I would think that you would lose the patches’ effectiveness.

      1. Carll

        The amount of time will be the same but you will get less CBD in your body.. in this case; size does matter :p btw In Europe I now found them on ebay, amazon and a online shop in Holland. It works great for my Fibromyalgia!

  4. Diana Gearhart
    Where in indiana.

    Where in indiana can you buy the patch?

  5. Carll

    Did someone find these patches in Europe already? I’m searching the internet but I’m only finding US..

  6. Laura Johnson

    I live in California where Cannabis in now legal BUT I am traveling to Europe soon. If i take a few patches with me, will I be breaking the law? I may opt for pain vs going to jail. Meanwhile, I will order some to have at home since they sound a lot better than the topical cream and tincture (which work but I have to remember to use them each night).

  7. Miguel Reyes

    Would it be wise to purchase stock from these to companies? I just opened a firstrade account and have been looking for the right companies without losing what little I have to invest.

  8. Ruby Lipsky

    Yes! Personally, it has worked for me. It’s great for controlling fibromyalgia. Of course, everyone is different but it has worked wonders for me.

    1. Kathleen Robinson

      With Fibromyalgia the majority of people have pain all over the body, where exactly would you put the patch for the best results.
      I have tried numerous bottles of CBD and nothing has worked on me, hoping to find something that does.
      I live in the UK, can i purchase it here do you know.

      Thanks Kath

      1. chris

        yes babe off amozon x

  9. lee

    how on earth can you buy them if yu live in the uk.

    1. Adam

      As of now, i don’t think they deliver to the UK. Sorry Lee

  10. Freddie Katzke

    I would like to buy cannabis patches for my wife and myself. But I am still employed full time. How safe is it should a drug test be done on me at work.
    We are in South Africa. My wife is suffering from fibrio and I am battling with back pain after a back operation.

    1. Adam

      If they are not pure CBD, they can appear on a drug test.

  11. Tracy Copple

    Cannabis patch is the brilliant way to relieve pain. Work really fast.

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