CBD oil for pain

Posted by timfitz @timfitz, Jul 19, 2016

After trying opiates, and lyrica, and mostly just suffering I tried sublingual CBD which is from the marijuana plant, but has no THC in it, you don’t get high. It was very very effective. Not only did it reduce my pain at least 75%, it has a calming effect on the anxiety produced in those of us with chronic pain by the fact we have it. I do recommend it…. Be sure it is from a reliable source. You don’t need to smoke anything or get high.

@mlzeid

Can you order it online?

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The CBD oil they are discussing is legal in all 50 states, and required to have less than 0.03% THC in it, but there are also THC free options.

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@jeanie26

Hello, I am new to this site and look forward to a long and healthy relationship with the group. In reading some of the posts, I see where some of you have tried CBD and with very good results. I read a long article on it last night and it said it is legal in all 50 states. I would love to try it but I want to be sure that it comes from a reliable source, Can anyone tell me where I can get this product. I have chronic pain from back issues, abdominal hernias ( many repairs ) severe IBS, arthritis in back, legs, hips, both shoulders, and both hands. Right now I look 7 months pregnant due to numerous abdominal hernias. I am also borderline diabetic and take metformin with good results. thanks for reading my post. Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated.

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Living in a state that does Not have recreational or medical marijuana use… I get my CBD products from a place called “Fresh Thyme” which is an organic grocery and organic living store. The brand is ‘Plus CBD’ and I use their “gold” line of products. Tincture, pills when traveling and topical at times. There are lots of websites that review product and give ordering links. Be sure you are buying a “full spectrum” product. It is legal to have a very small amount of THC (>0.03%) which I’ve read in dozens of articles is needed to get best results.

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@mfobrien36

Is there any “ointment” marijuana? Something that you can rub on affected areas and not have to eat or smoke it?

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I use Plus CBD ointment on my back and neck for breakthrough pain.

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@jeanie26

Hello, I am new to this site and look forward to a long and healthy relationship with the group. In reading some of the posts, I see where some of you have tried CBD and with very good results. I read a long article on it last night and it said it is legal in all 50 states. I would love to try it but I want to be sure that it comes from a reliable source, Can anyone tell me where I can get this product. I have chronic pain from back issues, abdominal hernias ( many repairs ) severe IBS, arthritis in back, legs, hips, both shoulders, and both hands. Right now I look 7 months pregnant due to numerous abdominal hernias. I am also borderline diabetic and take metformin with good results. thanks for reading my post. Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated.

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Thanks. We order Kratom also

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@mlzeid

Can you order it online?

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My pharmacy told me he carries it. Need Dr to write scrip. Non will do it

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@timfitz

Every state is different You need to goigle it Remember cbd Nothing with thc in it

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You mean nothing without the correct

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@timfitz

Every state is different You need to goigle it Remember cbd Nothing with thc in it

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If your afraid I will try it for you…lol

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@rsmcgowe

If one is using anti-depressants, does adding the use of THC/DVD cause adverse reactuons? My son suffers from OCD and has been dependent on Anafranil for years to keep panic attacks at bay.

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Hello, I just joined this website and I am amazed on the inquiries on CBD/Hemp Oil. To answer your question, no. There are minimal to no side affects due to it’s Natural Properties. Your body has an
Endocannabinoid System with Receptors made for CBD/Hemp.

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How do you find reliable retailers ??

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@mcwalkonis

Living in a state that does Not have recreational or medical marijuana use… I get my CBD products from a place called “Fresh Thyme” which is an organic grocery and organic living store. The brand is ‘Plus CBD’ and I use their “gold” line of products. Tincture, pills when traveling and topical at times. There are lots of websites that review product and give ordering links. Be sure you are buying a “full spectrum” product. It is legal to have a very small amount of THC (>0.03%) which I’ve read in dozens of articles is needed to get best results.

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Why full spectrum” product ??

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All natural can be misleading in products stating thus. A product is claiming "all natural" can be misleading. Oft times people read "all natural" and think a product to be safe. When buying any product the buyer needs to educate themselves and go slowly when trying something new.
My input.

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@parus

All natural can be misleading in products stating thus. A product is claiming "all natural" can be misleading. Oft times people read "all natural" and think a product to be safe. When buying any product the buyer needs to educate themselves and go slowly when trying something new.
My input.

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Parus your right .How are you doing Ive been thinking of you hope you have a good day

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Yes I am sure CBD works. But, you need a doctors prescription. My doctor refuses. They are afraid of it I guess. Nothing to fear here.

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@oregongirl

CBD does work primarily for anxiety, and also pain relief for some. Most states don't require a prescription for the legal form of CBD. Texas may be different in this respect. I recommend that anyone with questions or concerns about the use of THC or CBD, contact the site linked below, and educate yourself about it. This is the most reliable site I have found for determining dosage levels and types of the Marijuana derived medicines.
https://healer.com
If you're taking other prescribed medications, you should contact your doctor or pharmacist about potential drug interactions, which may or may not be known at this point. Physician and pharmacist recommendations may be more reliant on their philosophical viewpoints and judgment at this time due to the lack of research and regulation of THC/CBD manufacture.

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@gailb

@oregongirl

CBD does work primarily for anxiety, and also pain relief for some. Most states don't require a prescription for the legal form of CBD. Texas may be different in this respect. I recommend that anyone with questions or concerns about the use of THC or CBD, contact the site linked below, and educate yourself about it. This is the most reliable site I have found for determining dosage levels and types of the Marijuana derived medicines.
https://healer.com
If you're taking other prescribed medications, you should contact your doctor or pharmacist about potential drug interactions, which may or may not be known at this point. Physician and pharmacist recommendations may be more reliant on their philosophical viewpoints and judgment at this time due to the lack of research and regulation of THC/CBD manufacture.

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My Dr in Oregon preferred me on the cannabis oil. I am now using Hemp cream on my neck. Dr at University CD do nothing for my neck. He also recommended the Hemp cream. I take Hemp oil once a day. I also use Kratom which if I take ever 4 hrs I do need pain pills during the day. I mix Kratom powder with OJ and mix with hand held small blender. You can buy the Kradom on line. Govt tried to class it and millions protested. Try i

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