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Has anyone used CBD oil or anything similar for use in relieving Neuropathy?
Where do u get this oil from?
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I second the request made by ajtill.
OK,I give up……. what does CBD stand for ?
Its actually means Cannabidiol. CBD is one of many Cannabinoids found in the marijuana and hemp plants.
any of a group of closely related compounds that include cannabinol and the active constituents of cannabis. It is the non psychoactive part of the cannabis plant material.
CBD is one of many Cannabinoids. CBD is Cannabidiol.
the only thing I can say about taking CBD oil…I sleep really good, I Still have to take meds every six hours
Yes , I use the CBD oil for nany months and it is really good in the peripheral Neuropathy but now I cannot take it internally because it causes a reflex and nausea for me . You can rub it on your feet or hand , it will work good too (topically) .
Where did you get yours from
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.
Use only CBD from hemp isolate and as the supplier to provide a Certificate of Analysis to be sure you are getting a quality brand such as Isospectra.
Clinical trial run by Dr. John Hall in San Antonio, he chose 50 patients on opioids and substituted CBD. He has a 75% success ratio on converting the patients off of opioids and onto CBD therapy.
Didn't help me but I've heard other people say good things about it. Peggy
I use cbd oil for some neuropathy in my feet and also PLantar fasciitis. It helps me greatly but isn’t a cure by any means. But I’ll take it because th ain’t from my planta fasciitis was great in my heels and now it’s tolerable.
@brendareid I don’t know if you are experiencing pain from plantar fasciitis but I wanted to tell you about my experience, I was having horrible unbearable pain because of plantar fasciitis. I started walking with the help of a Cain then it was so bad I was going to therapy and got custom made orthopedic shoes and orthotics sleeping with a stretcher then I needed crutches after I was getting steroid shots 1-2 a week because of the pain, the last thing I could not walk anymore soon I was in a wheelchair the doctor had given me a date for surgery then someone told me about the good feet store, I went, I had tried everything so what was one more thing, right? The inserts are very thin and I bought them I was really desperate! Within two weeks I was walking again, and within 3 weeks I had no pain. I have been wearing them for 7 years and no pain anymore. It sounds like a miracle but it really works. They are expensive but worth it. I never had the surgery and I really did not think it would work but just give it a chance. There’s a lot of insoles that say they help with PF but I had had only the same pair for the 7 years and they are still good. Maybe it sounds too good to be true but I can say they do work.
I went to the good feet store last week. I was surprise that when I took their inserts out of my shoes I could tell the difference but I didn’t purchase it because I just didn’t know if it was my imagination. They are expensive that would be worth the price because I can hardly walk anymore can’t even make it to the grocery store so I order everything online and my husband buys all the fresh food at the store. What I wanted to ask also has anyone tried the Vital vision hummingbird machine for their leg feet pain
It’s suppose to help with Fibro pain. That’s what I’m trying to figure out if I have fibromyalgia or whatever the source of this pain is. The doctors tell me I don’t have it because it be sensitive to touch but I sure have chronic pain all on my body. And walking is horrible.
Also. I’ve been using CBD oil and so far it’s not helping. Does it take time to take effect or is there immediate relief. It’s a high-quality expensive CBD oil it was purchased at a Compound Pharmacy. With a very good reputation How many milligrams did you have to take in order to get relief
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