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Has anyone used CBD oil or anything similar for use in relieving Neuropathy?
Welcome! Good luck Linda. 👍🏼
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Your name is Linda, right???
@rwinney yes it is but my handle here is lioness
#rwinney I like lions I painted a Bengle tiger
That's really awesome. My Mom loves elephants and visited Africa twice!
You don't use Linda much so I was taken back. Keeping us on our toes eh?! haha
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.
did you buy this over the counter or did you need a prescription?
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.
@gfisher100 The brand I have used for several years is Papa and Barkley. Very consistent and effective for about 3 – 4 hours. Never go anywhere without it. Be free of suffering. Chris
Chris, which product exactly do you use. I looked over the site, and nothing looked like you described. My feet seem to be getting worse.
Believe it’s cbd oil. ! Maeng Da Kratom is helping my neuropathy!
https://papaandbarkley.com/product/releaf-balms/ These are the Releaf balms I use on hands, wrists, knees & feet. They come 3:1 CBD/THC and 1:3 CBD/THC. I am experimenting with a different dosage. I washed out the small jars and then created a 1:1 CBD/THC. This is the balm I use at bedtime….no needles or pins or just plain old pain. Let me know if anything works for you. This balm is much more worthy of applause at 3-4 hours of treatment than the compounding pharmacy lidocaine concoction which lasted about 15 to 20 minutes. Be content and at ease today. Chris
Chris, do you put under tongue or rub it on? I just paid $55 for 1 ounce! Didn’t do anything! 3-1 ratio
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