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How to use cbd oil for multiple sclerosis

At Bove Health we have written an article about the CBD oil for Multiple Sclerosis in the hope that patients affected by the disease can improve their quality of life and find motivation to move forward.

In this blogIn this section, we present up-to-date information on scientific advances in MS, as well as testimonials from customers who have incorporated hemp extract into their daily routine and have experienced significant benefits. Our aim is to provide useful tools to prevent MS from taking control of your life.

Multiple Sclerosis is a disease that presents a combination of inflammatory and neurodegenerative processes. Like rheumatoid and psoriatic arthritis, it is an autoimmune disease in which the immune system mistakes myelin - the protective coating of nerve fibres - for an infectious body and attacks it until it is damaged or eliminated. It is important to understand these processes to better understand how MS affects the body.

Although the cause of the Multiple SclerosisWe do know what causes it. The Central Nervous System is responsible for connecting the brain to all parts of the body through nerve fibres that receive and execute the commands we send them. These nerve fibres are protected by a coating called myelin.

When the immune system accidentally attacks this myelin, the nerve fibres are unprotected and do not transmit messages properly through the body. In some cases, the damage can even directly affect the nerve fibres, which exacerbates the severity of the disease and increases the patient's disability. However, it is important to note that not all cases of MS lead to disability.

CBD for Multiple Sclerosis: what you should know

Multiple Sclerosis is known by many as "the disease of a thousand faces", as it presents itself differently in each case, depending on the areas of the Central Nervous System that are affected. The symptoms associated with the disease are very extensive, so we will only mention some of the most common symptoms, such as fatigue, trembling when lifting a limb, visual disturbances and difficulty falling asleep.

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a disease of the central nervous system that can cause a wide range of symptoms, such as mobility problems, fatigue, pain, vision problems and sleep disorders, among others.

El cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the compounds of the cannabis plant that has aroused great interest in the field of medicine due to its potential therapeutic properties, such as anti-inflammatories, analgesics, anxiolytics y anticonvulsants.

Although there are not yet enough studies to prove the efficacy of CBD oil in treating MS, some patients have reported improvements in their symptoms when using this product. It is thought that CBD may help reduce inflammation in the brain and spinal cord, which could slow the progression of the disease and alleviate some of its symptoms.

It is important to note that the use of CBD oil is not without side effects, such as nausea, drowsiness, appetite and mood changes, so it is always advisable to consult a doctor before starting use.

What do Multiple Sclerosis patients say about CBD oil?

At Bove Health we enjoyed talking to OUR CLIENTS and building a close relationship with them. If you are dealing with the Multiple Sclerosis and using CBD oil For help, we encourage you to share your progress with us by emailing info@bovehealth.com.

One of our customers, Lauradiscovered our CBD oils in a shop in Valencia, and since trying it she has become a regular customer, she knows how beneficial adding hemp extract to her treatment can be. This extract contains all the cannabinoids except THC and has prevented MS from taking over her life. Laura combines treatment with physiotherapy and some pharmacological support, and says that CBD has helped him considerably and he let us know this from his first CBD oil from bove.

Multiple Sclerosis and the endocannabinoid system

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a disease in which autoimmune disease affecting the central nervous system. The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a cellular communication system found throughout the body, including the brain and central nervous system.

It has been discovered that the SEC plays an important role in regulating the immune system and inflammation, two processes that are involved in MS. The cannabinoidsas the cannabidiol (CBD) and delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), can interact with cannabinoid receptors in the SEC and have a modulatory effect on these processes.

In fact, it has been shown that cannabinoids can help reduce inflammation and neurodegeneration associated with MS. In addition, cannabinoids can help alleviate MS symptoms such as pain, fatigue and spasticity.

However, more research is needed to determine the effectiveness and safety of cannabinoid use in the treatment of MS. Therefore, it is important that people considering the use of cannabinoids as a treatment for MS talk to their doctor to discuss the potential benefits and risks.

Tips for Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a complex and debilitating disease that requires specialised medical treatment. However, there are some home remedies that can help reduce symptoms and improve the quality of life for people with MS. These include:

  1. Regular exerciseExercise can help improve muscle strength, flexibility, coordination and balance. It can also help reduce fatigue and improve mood.
  2. Healthy dietA diet rich in fruits, vegetables, lean protein and healthy fats can help reduce inflammation and improve overall health.
  3. Dietary supplementsSome dietary supplements, such as vitamin D, folic acid and omega-3 fatty acids, may help improve health and reduce MS symptoms. It is important to talk to a doctor before taking any supplements.
  4. Relaxation techniquesRelaxation techniques, such as meditation, yoga and deep breathing, can help reduce stress and improve quality of life.
  5. Physical therapyPhysical therapy can help improve strength, coordination and balance and reduce the risk of falls.

Are there any side effects of CBD use in multiple sclerosis?

Although cannabidiol (CBD) has been shown to have therapeutic benefits in the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis (MS), it is also possible that it may cause side effects in some people. The most common side effects of CBD include:

  1. FatigueCBD can cause drowsiness and fatigue in some people.
  2. Appetite and weight changesCBD may affect appetite and weight in some people.
  3. Changes in blood pressureCBD may cause changes in blood pressure in some people.
  4. DiarrhoeaCBD can cause diarrhoea in some people.
  5. Pharmacological interactionsCBD may interact with some medications, including prescription MS medications, which may increase or decrease the effectiveness of these medications.

It is important to remember that these home remedies are not a substitute treatment for MS. People with MS should work with a specialised doctor and follow a comprehensive medical treatment plan to manage their disease.


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  4. Mecha, M., Feliú, A., Iñigo, P. M., Mestre, L., Carrillo-Salinas, F. J., and Guaza, C. (2013). Cannabidiol provides long-lasting protection against the deleterious effects of inflammation in a viral model of multiple sclerosis: a role for A2A receptors. Neurobiol. Dis. 59, 141-150. doi: 10.1016/j.nbd.2013.06.016

The products sold at Bove Health, whether CBD or hemp, are not intended and should not be a substitute for any medical advice. Whenever any product is supplied, it must be under the supervision of a specialist and is always under the responsibility of the user.

Bove Health (Dermo Biotech SL) accepts no liability for any inconvenience or damage resulting from the use of the information presented here. Our texts are in no way a substitute for the professional advice of a doctor or pharmacist and cannot be used as a basis for independent diagnosis and initiation, modification or termination of treatment of diseases. If you have questions or complaints about your health, always consult a doctor you trust. The contents of this site have been created with the greatest possible care and serve exclusively for information and further education on the subject. However, Bove Health assumes no liability for the accuracy, topicality and completeness of the texts and contents provided. They do not represent a recommendation of the diagnostic methods, treatments or medications described or mentioned and are not intended to serve as advertising. Bove Health is not subject to the control procedure according to article 27 VO 834/2007.

Written by:
Carlos Vera

Carlos Vera

CEO & Founder

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