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CBD oil for pain
@lgerkin I have used Tikiva CBD oil and am extremely pleased with the relief I get and I am assuming their topical cream would be very effective. I have tried the roll on CBD oil and that was very effective on my hand pain.
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I recently saw an occupational therapist for hand pain, trigger finger specifically but I get a lot of overuse kind of pain in my hands. In addition to having the splint the finger they told me to do hot and cold bells for my hands. 10 minutes Hot, 2 minutes cold 2 minutes Hot 2 minutes cold 2 minutes hot and that's the end. Hot is 115 to 120 degrees and cold was 50 to 60 degrees. I found this to be very helpful in allowing me to get more time practicing my guitar or remedy the effects of working with a chainsaw. If your hand motion is limited in any way, the occupational therapist is the person to see and I believe Medicare covers it. I never see a bill for physical therapy or occupational therapy. We don't always think about things like this when we're dealing with our pain but I'm really glad I gave it a try. Love & blessings y'all
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