What types of pain does CBD work for?
CBD oil has shown real efficacy in treating pain related to:
- Inflammation and joint pain
- Autoimmune diseases, such as lupus
- Multiple sclerosis
- Fibromyalgia-related pain
It is important to be clear that studies on CBD are recent, which means that its full benefits may not yet have been discovered.
It also means testing the extent to which it can help mitigate pain depending on many other variables.
What can CBD oil do for me if I am in pain?
The potential of CBD bove oil depends on a number of variables. Your weight and metabolism, the amount of oil you use or if you are taking other medications. In this case we recommend that you not only moderate your doses, but also that you consult with your doctor before starting to use the bove cbd oil. In the end, he is the one who knows our history best and who can best advise us safely and with confidence.
What is CBD and, above all, what is not CBD?
Let's start from the beginning: Cannabidiol (CBD) is a component derived from hemp that many people wonder if it produces the same effects as THC, due to the fact that they share the same origin. However, the answer is NO.
First of allThe known effects of cannabis are due to THC, a compound that is completely different from CBD. Upani oils do not contain THC at all, so they are safe.
SecondlyIt is important to note that CBD is 100% legal and does not cause drowsiness, a stoned feeling or interfere with the ability to lead a normal life. You can work and do everything you normally do.
It is known that the CBD oil is of plant origin and there are studies suggesting that it can help relieve pain. In Spain, it is sold as a natural supplement, and although it is a relatively new product here, in other countries it is already standardised. For example, in the United States, oils containing CBD can be found in supermarkets and in a large number of local food shops.
"62% of people using CBD because of a medical condition are treating chronic pain, arthritis and joint pain.“
Are there any contraindications to CBD?
While CBD is generally considered safe and well tolerated, there are some contraindications to be aware of:
- Interaction with certain drugs: CBD can interact with some medications, especially those that are metabolised by the liver. Therefore, it is important to consult your doctor before using CBD if you are taking any medications.
- Side effects: Although rare, some people may experience side effects when taking CBD, such as fatigue, nausea, diarrhoea or changes in appetite. If you experience any side effects, stop using CBD and consult your doctor.
- Sensitivity to CBD: As with any substance, some people may be sensitive to CBD and may experience allergic reactions. If you experience symptoms such as difficulty breathing, swelling or skin rashes after taking CBD, stop using it and consult your doctor.
- Pregnancy and breastfeedingAlthough not enough studies have been conducted on the effects of CBD on pregnant or breastfeeding women, it is recommended to avoid the use of CBD during these periods.
In summary, it is important to talk to your doctor before taking CBD and to be aware of any side effects or allergic reactions. If you experience any problems, stop using CBD and consult a medical professional.
CBD oil for pain versus other medicines
In a previous article, we explained that cannabidiol (CBD) differs from THC, which is the psychoactive component of the marijuana plant.
CBD can be found in a variety of forms on the market, such as topical creams, ingestible oils, capsules and even gummies (more common in other countries). However, some brands are not careful in the process of extracting CBD and manufacturing their products, which can result in the presence of small amounts of THC.
Therefore, it is important to choose products certified by laboratories, such as the ones we offer. This way, you can be sure to 100% and have no unpleasant surprises.
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Advice on the use of CBD depending on the type of pain
The muscle pain can be experienced in broad areas of the body such as the neck, back, feet, shoulders or legs, and can occur after sports. Although its intensity is not usually high and is not related to an injury, it can be relieved by CBD oil applied directly to the affected area or mixed with a gel.
In the case of the back painWhen used topically, the use of CBD oil can reduce associated inflammation, improve sleep quality and mood. If used topically, a liberal amount is recommended, although many prefer to place it under the tongue for best results.
In the bone pain, the pain is located deeper in the body. Therefore, we recommend both local and general administration of CBD oil, which means applying it to the affected area and also sublingual use.
If the pain is more intense, related to rheumatoid arthritis or chronic, we recommend the use of bove's CBD oil, The Balance Oil, which has a higher concentration of cannabinoids than other brands.