“We are literally seeing bed and breakfasts rebranding themselves around cannabis,” Kyricos says. “And it’s being integrated into skin care products. There’s a company called Dixie Elixir that’s producing very slick, topical products that wouldn’t look out of place on a shelf at Whole Foods. They look that refined. “The range of products made from cannabis include lotions, massage oils, salves, salts and soaps. Although there has yet to be a great deal of research on the benefits of cannabis used on the skin, there are some indications topicals can be pain reducing and anti-inflammatory, the report says.