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Magic Cream Topical

from Back To Roots

"Therapeutic and restorative, this cream relieves sore muscles almost magically."

Do You Believe in Magic?

Behold a magical THC-infused topical brought to you by a wholesome farming company that typically sells non-infused baked goods like bread and muffins. Provoking a belief in magic, this full spectrum salve explodes with 600 milligrams of THC in an only three-ounce container! 

I travelled to Bethel, Maine to clear my head in the beautiful countryside, only to find myself nestled between picturesque mountains in a farming community as sweet and quaint as one could imagine. Back to Roots’ farm is located in Woodstock, but the towns are connected by Route 26, which is the only main road around – bringing the small-town vibe that’s evident in the topical. 

Magic Cream can be applied liberally to the most sensitive and sore parts of the body to alleviate pain, tension and stress. The lavender scent is subtle and does not linger – allowing this cream to be utilized virtually undetected and making this a great unisex option. The coconut oil and beeswax make this a moisture-rich formula that feels wet upon application and leaves some residue that will need to be wiped off. Therapeutic and restorative, this cream relieves sore muscles almost magically with fast-acting ingredients that make you feel nothing short of charmed. Magic Cream is the medicine of your dreams in a lightly scented, no frills, down-home package. 

Back to Roots’ THC products can be purchased with a medical card online or at Pine Tree Glass Shop in Bethel, Maine, while Magic Cream with CBD can be found on their website and is available to the public for $35.

Address: 199 Curtis Hill Road, Woodstock ME 04219

Web: backtorootsmaine.square.site

Price/Potency: $50 – 600 mg THC – 3oz

Ingredients: organic coconut oil, beeswax, lavender essential oil & full spectrum cannabis extract.

This article was originally published in the June 2021 issue of Northeast Leaf.

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