Canna Massage

As we use whole plant cannabis and hemp oils on our skin it absorbs straight to our immune system and all the constituents in the topicals will bind with our receptors and start mimicking the actions of our endocannbinoid system. When utilized in a full body massage it creates a euphoric homeostasis for the outside of our body, relaxing nerves, mucles, pain, and increasing recovery.

In the past years Canna Massage Move has recognized cannabis massage as an excellent delivery system for those  in need of relief from:

  • stress
  • anxiety
  • chronic muscle pain
  • soreness
  • eczema
  • fibromyalgia
  • recent/past injuries
  • nerve damage
  • inflammation
  • arthritis pain
  • migraines
  • sleep depravation
  • lacking range of motion
  • skin recovery
  • cancer treatments
  • overactive nerves
  • Cancels stress
  • depression and anxiety

Without the high and including

but not limited to: enhancing activity/sport performance, boosting immunity, freeing toxins, increased circulation, canceling stress, and amplifying healing span.

How it works

Cannabinoid: THC & CBD

Cannabinoids are the chemical compounds found in the marijuana plant. There are over a hundred of them discovered and only a few of them have been studied for their affect. These compounds include THC, which is the major psychoactive constituent of the plant, and CBD the non-psychoactive constituent. In our physiological system we already create endogenous cannabinoids (anandamide, 2-AG) and have receptors that respond to multiple cannabinoids; specifically called CB1 and CB2 receptors. These receptors together work as a system named the endocannabinoid system.

Endocannabinoid System

The systems main job is provide homeostasis, internal stability, through out our bodies. CB1 receptors are located mostly in our brain and central nervous system. They respond to cannabinoids psycho actively and modulate tasks such as appetite, mood, and memory. CB2 receptors are found mostly in our immune system and peripheral nervous system for pain sensation and this receptor also helps minimize damage to tissue. CB2 receptors are activated after topical application and during canna massage.