The Cannabis plant has many different beneficial uses and almost all parts of its anatomy can be used to service a wide range of medicinal and holistic functions. Cannabis roots have a long history of medicinal use, dating back to 2700 BCE. Chinese medicinal texts discuss using cannabis roots to reduce pain caused by broken bones or surgeries. In the 18th century an English physician named William Salmon wrote how cannabis roots could be used to treat sciatica and joint pain. Recently, cannabis roots have gained popularity due to their versatility within a medicinal framework.
Cannabis roots contain alkaloids and amides which provide relief from internal inflammation and pain when used orally and relief from external pain when used topically.
The anticholinergic agents found within the cannabis roots have been used to relieve discomfort caused by gastrointestinal, genitourinary, and respiratory disorders.
Consuming cannabis roots promote healthy liver and kidney functioning, in addition to helping to balance the body’s metabolism
Our cannabis roots are naturally sourced from Canadian cannabis plants and can be used both orally and topically. For best results: grind the roots before preparing teas, oils, or salves.