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Has anyone used CBD oil or anything similar for use in relieving Neuropathy?
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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
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Could you provide a specific brand? There are some on Amazon but not be as you described. Thank you
I was referring to a brand of Dragon Balm (thought it would post just below the person mentioning it)
I take Gabapentin it takes the edge off, but I still have pain and don't like how it makes me feel. Just ordered PuraKana cbc oil the reviews of this company were good. I will check out the Pure Hemp Botaticals. In my research I did find out for Chonic pain I need to take cbc oil Cannabidiol from cannabis plant . Not hemp oil from the seeds.
I would not recommend Pure Kana- after a very long wait for product to be delivered and many unanswered emails and phone calls I received the CBD oil. Because of the poor customer service I was promised a free bottle which never arrived. No matter, the oil had no positive effect for myself or husband no matter the dosage.
I received my cbd oil from LAZARUS and have been taking it for almost a week. It is totally different from any of the oils I have I'm hoping that's a good thing. Read their reviews and check out everything on their site.Great support..
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?
Hi yes I have been using CBD/THC balm at night for my hands and feet. The brand is called Dragon Fire, here in Washington state. It is 175mg of CBD and 175mg of THC. A friend gave it to me to try on my spinal stenosis. That didn’t relieve the pain, but has been great for the numbing and burning from neuropathy. Hope this helps
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As a neuropathy sufferer for over 20 years I was definitely caught up by your comments on this dragon oil. I live in Mass. where this stuff is also legal plus I have my medical use card authorized by the Commonwealth. I wonder if this might be enough to buy from your supplier. May I have a web address so I can check it out.
I have been using CBD made here from cannabis and am told that it is much better than CBD made from hemp. This CBD contains about 5% THC, not enough to notice. Its relieves the pins/needles feeling in my feet.
Can you tell me the brand name and which strength you use?
I get mine from Lazarus and I get the 6,000…..
second request. Maybe you did not get my first message so I will try again. I am more than a little interested in your comments about the cbd/thc ointment. Would you please provide the web info so that I might try and contact the seller.
Not me am learning
I do apologize for this mix up. I do not understand why the message I sent to @brendakaye ended up in your box. This whole web site, despite its importance to me, is becoming too much of a pain to continue with.
Again, I apologize.
If you do a private email by tapping on the person’s blue name beneath the profile pic/standard blue circle
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Sorry- Accidentally posted before I finished! See confuses me at times too! Just tap the persons name beneath the circle with a real photo or a standard blue head and shoulders image, your message can go directly to one person
I’m trying it mixed with myrrh and frankincense. I rub it into the top and soles of feet then put on socks
OK,I give up……. what does CBD stand for ?
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