Definition

A cannabis preparation infused in an adhesive patch that is placed directly on the skin and able to uptake into the bloodstream. Transdermals release the medication infused in them over longer periods of time and, unlike topicals, can get the consumer high and are not site-specific. Uptake ranges, but the effects can last 8-12 hours. They are a good option for discreetly medicating over long periods of time, or when oral methods are unavailable.

Usage


“The transdermal on my wrist has kept me calm all day”