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If You Want to Soak in Weed, Try These CBD, THC, and Hemp Bath Bombs

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?

Soak your bones in some of our favorite hemp , cannabidiol (CBD) , and THC -infused bath salts and bath bombs.

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 with 15 milligrams of THC and 15 milligrams of CBD. The bombs come in a melody of scents: Uplift contains grapefruit, bergamot, black pepper, and sweet marjoram; Calm contains “earthy” scents cedarwood, lavender and benzoin essence; Balance smells of patchouli, lavender, and rose geranium.

Available : Colorado, soon to be in California

Price : $30 — Find it on Weedmaps

Dixie Elixirs — Bath Salts

Dixie Elixirs offers a cannabis-infused bath salt product called Synergy in California, Colorado, Maryland, Michigan, and Nevada. It has a lovely balance of 100 milligrams of CBD and 100 milligrams of THC. Dixie is among the most established cannabis companies with a well-trusted cannabis line. It recommends 2 to 5 ounces, or 57 to 142 grams, of Synergy to start. Reminder: A little goes a long way when you’re soaking in a hot tub.

Available : California, Colorado, Maryland, Michigan, Nevada

Price : $30-$40 — Find other Dixie Elixirs products on Weedmaps

Cannabombz — Bath Bombs

People love Cannabombz. Developed by founder Lindsey Corum in 2016 as an alternative to pain medications, the bombs are affordably priced for their size and CBD content, which range from small at 100 milligrams, to medium at 200 milligrams, to large at 300 milligrams. Cannabombz are always consistently luxurious.

Available : United States

Life Flower — Bath Bombs and Crystals

This witchy company sells some stunning hemp -derived, CBD-infused bath salts and bath bombs. Life Flower has a whopping 500 milligrams of CBD in its two 16-ounce (454 grams) bath salt jars: Herbal Bliss comes with rose quartz, lavender oil, eucalyptus oil, sweet almond oil, and organic herbs. Its Sat Nam bath crystals contain Hawaiian black lava salt and charcoal that really intensify the whole experience. Life Flower’s bath bombs contain 50 milligrams of hemp-derived CBD. A fan favorite is the Unconditional Love Bath Bomb.

Available : United States

Vital You — Bath Bombs

Vital You is based out of Boulder, Colorado, and its founder is an expert in herbalism, holistic nutrition, and healing. Its line of bath bombs take inspiration from witchy beauty products , and each bomb contains a gemstone. Cherish, a rose-petal and pink sea salt bath bomb with 50 milligrams of hemp-dervied CBD, makes the bath pink with its addition of organic beetroot.

According to Vital You’s website, it recommends starting off with a 50-milligram bomb to feel the sedating effects of CBD and the relaxing effects of flower essences, herbs, and essential oils.

Available: United States

Om Body — Bath Salts

Bath salts from Om Edibles live up to their zen name. There is nothing as relaxing as soaking in a tub of cannabinoids. The company, founded in 2008, has a “cannabis is a superfood” philosophy. Each bag of bath salts contains 25 milligrams of THC and 25 milligrams of CBD, and come in rose geranium, lavender, athletic, and france-free.

Available: California

Feature Image: Photo courtesy of Vital You

With so many trendy new bath soaks to choose from, how do you decide what to fill your tub with? Soak your bones in some of our favorite hemp, cannabidiol (CBD), and THC-infused bath salts and bath bombs.

6 of the Best Cannabis Bath Products on the Market

If I’ve heard it once, I’ve heard it a thousand times—light some candles and take a hot bath! It’s a common self care tip, for both physical and mental stresses. That said, cannabinoid-infused soaks are a relatively new phenomenon, there are also as of yet no studies on their medicinal efficacy. That’s not to say that these baths have no therapeutic value: Though we’re currently in the realm of anecdata, my personal experience and that of the folks I spoke to for this article suggest that not only do these products work, they’re incredibly effective and helpful for folks dealing with pain and inflammation. Plus, there is plenty of research suggesting that essential oils (which most of the products below contain) can provide benefits of their own.

Adding cannabinoids allows for more flexibility in topical application—where one would normally have to apply a cream, salve, or oil to pain areas, an infused bath allows for all-over relief. It’s important to note that topical application of cannabinoids, even THC, will not cause psychoactive effects and will not show up on a drug test. THC-infused products are only available in states that have medical or recreational laws, so for those in prohibition states, you’ll have to stick to CBD-only products.

The bottom line is, your mileage may vary. Some will find cannabis-infused bath products to be a life-changing addition to their self care regimen, and others may find it equally beneficial to take a hot bath devoid of any additives whatsoever. The great thing is, these are all relatively inexpensive so give it a shot and see for yourself how it works for your body. Here are the five I’d recommend checking out.

Empower Soaking Salts: White Label ($12)

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This soak is the only one on the list that’s available both in Oregon and nationwide, so everyone can try it! The Black Label version, also available in Oregon, contains THC, but if you’re out of state, you’ll have to go with the White Label CBD version.

I love the wintergreen, bergamot, and lavender combination—the scents play nicely together and I felt myself taking deep breaths just so I could smell more of it! I was in the midst of menstrual cramps when I tried this bath and found that within ten minutes, my cramps had almost completely subsided. Was it the hot bath, deep breathing, or the CBD that made the difference? Who knows. What I can tell you is that this is going to become my go-to gift for friends in prohibition states.

Ingredients: Pharmaceutical-grade Epsom, Dead Sea, and Pink Himalayan salts, non-GMO grape seed oil, organic jojoba oil, sweet almond oil, non-GMO mixed tocopherols, CBD derived from hemp, sodium bicarbonate, and a proprietary blend of essential oils that include wintergreen, bergamot, Oregon lavender.

Available in: Oregon

Will I get high? No.

Sacred Cannabis Infused Epsom Salt Soak: Muscle Relief ($15)

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You could divide this into multiple baths, but I decided to go big and dump the entire six-ounce jar into the tub. It was heavenly. The oils softened my skin, the peppermint oil provided a soothing chill and pleasant aroma, and the cannabis definitely left my muscles feeling nice and loose from top to bottom. One important thing to note: Since this soak seems to have more oil than the others I’ve tried, it will leave an oily residue in your bathtub. Be super-careful getting into and out of the tub since it might be slippery, and for cleanup I’d suggest using dish soap.

Ingredients: Hybrid cannabis, Epsom salt, avocado oil, jojoba oil, vitamin E oil, peppermint essential oil.

Available in: California

Will I get high? No.

Mary Jane’s Medicinals Heavenly Hash Bath ($17)

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This product reminds me of steeping tea. The soak comes in a sachet, which makes it so much easier for cleanup! After the soak was dissolved, I eased myself into the tub and could immediately smell the peppermint and lavender essential oils. The peppermint was pleasantly cooling and the lavender relaxing, so I breathed deeply and allowed the relaxation to wash over my body.

Ingredients: Cannabis leaves, Epsom salts, dried sea salts, lavender, chamomile, peppermint, grape seed oil.

Available in: Colorado and California

Will I get high? No.

Cannabis Basics Eucalyptus Mineral Bath ($14)

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This four-ounce mineral bath from Cannabis Basics allows you to turn your bathtub into a spa. Eucalyptus is an analgesic so it helps with pain and inflammation, and the aromatherapy aspect is great for anyone, particularly if you’re feeling sniffly or congested—you’ll get out of the bath feeling refreshed and uplifted. Hunt it down at Sugarpill in Seattle.

Available in: Washington

Ingredients: Cannabis, eucalyptus, hempseed oil, Epsom salt.

Will I get high? No.

Ganja Chica Tranquil Bath Soak ($20)

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This salt soak has an artisanal feel, packaged in a cork-topped glass bottle with the label affixed to a piece of twine wrapped around the neck. I love that the company’s owner, Linda Aguilar, is a Reiki Master and infuses Reiki energy into all of her products. Reiki, for those unfamiliar, is Japanese for “universal life energy,” and is a “technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing.” After soaking in this bath, I felt much more grounded and energetically aligned.

Ingredients: Ground cannabis, Himalayan Pink salt, eucalyptus/spearmint Epsom salts, Reiki energy.

Available in: California

Will I get high? No.

Kush Queen Bath Bomb ($16)

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These bath bombs were the brainchild of Olivia Alexander, a cannabis industry influencer and creator of The Crystal Cult fashion vaporizer. When dropped into the tub, bath bomb fizzes and dissolves within a few minutes. I spoke with Rachel, a fan of the product, who shared, “I definitely noticed a difference. I felt relaxed and fell asleep pretty quickly, and my body wasn’t hungover the next day.” The best part? You can buy them as part of The Lit Kit, containing one bath bomb, one infused milk chocolate, and one half-gram pre-roll.

Ingredients: (Relieve Bath Bomb:) Organic clove bud, sweet birch, rosemary, black pepper, coriander seed essential oils.

Cannabis bath products including salt-based soaks, fizzy bombs, and aromatic mineral baths are exploding on the market. Check out six of our favorites.