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Treating Pain With CBD

Treating Pain With CBD

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Cannabidiol, or CBD for short, is a powerful anti-inflammatory that has shown promise in treating a number of ailments. It has shown promise in reducing the debilitating side effects of chronic pain such as pain caused by arthritis, scoliosis, and other conditions. However, CBD can cause significant adverse side effects if taken at the recommended doses over an extended period of time.

Currently, CBD is a Schedule II substance, meaning it has a high potential for misuse and abuse. Recently however, reports have come to light regarding the benefits CBD can have for patients with chronic pain conditions. In addition to reducing pain associated with neuropathic pain, CBD has been shown to increase the levels of serotonin in the brain, thus reducing depression and anxiety, two symptoms often seen in people with documented chronic pain. It has also been shown to increase overall blood flow, which may explain why CBD has become so popular as a prescription medicine for pain management. Currently, CBD is not approved by the FDA for use as an anti-inflammatory or for treating chronic pain, but some companies are developing CBD drugs as alternatives to ibuprofen and other NSAIDs.

Currently, the CBD is available as tinctures, liquid extracts, and capsules in several forms. Some companies are working on CBD creams that can be applied topically, although it will still most likely be developed using tinctures. In the meantime, there are a number of ways to get CBD. You can purchase CBD in the form of oil, tinctures, and capsules from online distributors or at local health food stores. The cost of buying CBD online is typically lower than buying the same product from a local retailer, although you will pay for shipping unless the company ships to your home.