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I’m starting use of a CBD rub for my painful knee joints. Anyone having luck with that, and if you take edibles, what’s the dosage?
I've been on hemp gummies for only 4 days for several points of pain mostly caused by a really bad fall on concrete. I would say that the "edge" has been taken off the pain so far.
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Good afternoon, @cldmeyers. I see a variety of hemp gummies on Amazon. Which ones are you trying? Sometimes, just taking the "edge" off is helpful.
May you be healthy and whole.
I've ordered the hemp gummies from Amazon. Description doesn't include whether they're CBD or THC. Thoughts?
Good afternoon @cldmeyers. Hi there again. I just wanted to let you know that THC is not sold by Amazon. So legally, there can be no more than .03% THC.
Have a super day.
I am going to try the gummies next, as the topical rub has only minor effect on my pain.
Bushy — I recommend the Premium Hemp gummy bears from Amazon. Hemp oil is the main ingredient. I would say my body is a bit more relaxed and not in as much pain.
@bushy Hi this is Lilypaws. I'm the person who had the big 8 hour fusion surgery on my back from T-10 to my pelvis. Are the hemp gummy bears still working? I hear that CDC does not work for some people and a member of Mayo Connect mentioned Amish Origins Ointment that really helped him. Thank you.
Yes, Thank-you. I understand that the CBD is more effective if it contains a combo of CBD & THC. Grass is legal here in Washington, so I'm going to try my local Pot Shop's variety. I'll let you know the results…
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