by Evo Hemp August 17, 2018

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Believe it or not, CBD has been used for thousands of years all over the world to help reduce and relieve pain. Recently, CBD has been becoming more and more popular, making a major come back as an alternative to prescription medication and a natural way to help sooth pain in multiple verticals.

What are some examples of pain that CBD can help with?

While there is really no limit on the potential CBD can have on the human body, we've listed a few to give you an idea on where to start.

  • Arthritis
  • Neuropathy (opioid painkillers have shown to not be effective for relieving nerve pain)
  • Post-traumatic pain
  • Post-surgical pain
  • Back pain
  • Cancer pain
  • Menstrual pain
  • Muscle pain

While the list above is weighed more towards "severe" pain, CBD can help with less intense pain, too. Something as simple as aches and pains after a good work out or experiencing minor back pain from sitting on a long flight, CBD can be a great alternative for smaller pain killers such as Advil or Tylenol. 

What improvements can I expect to see taking CBD

Again, it is always important to stress that CBD will effect every individual differently however, some common improvements can be found below.

  • Improved sleep
  • Better mood
  • Decreased anxiety
  • Increased mobility
  • Less risk of serious side effects associated with the use of prescription pain medications
  • No risk of fatal overdose
  • Non-addictive
  • Non-psychoactive
  • Potent anti-inflammatory

How do I use CBD for pain?

First, it is always important to talk to your doctor or a medical professional before trying any new treatments, the same goes for CBD. However, if you're new to the space and are interested in trying CBD products CBD tinctures and CBD capsules are a great place to start. These ingestion methods make it simple to use on a daily basis and they work quickly. 

If you are seeking pain relief, it's generally recommend you start with higher doses (500 -700mg) see how you're body reacts, and increase or adjust accordingly. 

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Cindy Fincham
Cindy Fincham

September 03, 2018

I just discovered your product on another site. I know that CBD helps with pain at 500 mg per a 30 ml with arthiritis because another brand helped me. But I had to buy a full spectrum one that had CBG and CBN added amounts to it. Unfortunately, I won’t be able to continue buying it at nearly $100 per bottle. Its sad that Pharma already sets such a high dollar amount for meds, that we are now seeing it in alternative medicine as well. I also didn’t like that they were not very upfront with their lab results. I so wish you young innovative businessmen would make a strain that includes a stronger CBG and CBN profile to your CBD. I know of three sites that offer this but again kind of misleading with their sources, profiles and lab reports. Lastly, I co-admin a group on FB of people with Osteomyelitis that can shake recurrent infections and chronic pain. We are entering an era where antibiotics are doing more harm, creating resistant superbugs and plain not working no matter how targeted the treatment is to these bacterial strains. A hemp CBD with added CBG, CBN and CBC would fulfill a much overlooked group of patients that doctors are at a loss to successfully treat. I hope one of the many farmers/collectives will create something for them. We have 212 members in our group (and growing) that would love to hear a presentation from you or one of your staff. We are currently conducting a Virtual Health Expo within our group. September is Pain Awareness Month. Hope someone can email me about speaking to our FB Osteomyelitis and Joint Infection Group. Thank you.

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