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CBD oil for Neuropathy

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@gfisher100 Good morning. I have been using some version of topical ointment with CBD oil for several years. Some work better than others. The only type that is very messy is anything with coconut oil. I am experimenting right now with a 3:1 THC to CBD. It is working very well on hands, wrists, and arms. I also use it on my Myofascial knee problem. I was doubtful at first because of the high concentration of THC. My patient counselor said that it has been delivering good results. Any of the medical marijuana products work better than the lidocaine compounds, for me.

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Do you have a specific name brand.. it is legal in Alaska so maybe I could find. I do use cannabis also as it helps calm the neuropathy. Thank you for your post.

My original questions is this CBD oil actually providing any relief of the tingling etc. Is there a particular brand better then another.
I see many commercial products coming on claiming to be better than the other.
Anyone using a specific brand and its total over all effect. Is this used eternally or is taken internally?

@gfisher100, @garydoys. The CBD oil that I am experimenting with at this time is located at the following link. I am using the Releaf Balm 3:1 THC to CBD. https://www.papaandbarkley.com/product/releaf-balm/#

Thank You

I have just found this discussion board. I recently started using CBD oil, but it is for sublingual use. I have 2 oils. One is 100%, or almost, CBD with no THC. The other is 1:1 CBD to THC, sublingual. I've had some unpleasant experiences when I added the 1:1 drops. Do you think I could try mixing it with a carrier oil for topical use, starting in tiny quantities? I have a syringe with measurements marked from 0.05 in half millilitres up to 1.0 ml so i can measure very carefully. I wonder if topical use is more predictable than oral.

Can CBD balm be still used during chemotherapy or immunotherapy? My dad has neuropathy due to the chemo and want to find out if he can still use the balm during the chemo. Hope it should not interact badly since balm will be applied on the skin. Thanks.

Hi Chris I have small nerve neuropathy and going to try cbd oil with coconut oil what would you recommend Joe thanks

Hi @gfisher100 – I've been using CBD oil for about two months for sleep and its fabulous. No more Trazodone! I'm now in California for a couple of weeks and went to a dispensary and got an ointment with a 1:1 THC and CBD. It works temporarily on my back but doesn't last more than a couple of hours. Does your higher ratio work longer, and do you have any side effects from the hight THC? Thanks

After reading your post I decided to try the CBD/THC that a friend had given for my spinal stenosis. Well it didn’t help my back, but I’ll tell you putting it my hands and feet at night before bed has helped immensely. I actually sleep through most nights with little or no pain. For those of you interested it’s called Dragon Balm ( we live in Washington state which it’s legal) and its 175 mg of CBD and 175 mg of THC. Hope this helps. I’m so thankful for this group

I have neuropathy in my feet and sometimes go as far as my ankles. My biggest is after back surgery I have extreme burning pain in my lower back( lower buttocks) It has brought me to tears at times I have not found any real relief for this. I would appreciate any ones information

That sounds good, where do you get the oil? Betty

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