CBD Cream for Arthritis pain
A 2015 review published in Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry talks about the anti-inflammatory properties of CBD. The publication found that CBD may reduce inflammation through several pathways in the body, and represents an effective potential treatment for a range of conditions characterized by inflammation. As a result many consumers are now turning to CBD Cream for arthritis pain and it has become in high demand worldwide. Case study on using CBD for pain…..
Our Muscle and Joint Cream range are great for tackling joint issues, as the CBD is quickly absorbed into the problem area. Most people are likely to experience arthritis in a few key areas, so the targeted action of our CBD Cream is specially suited to this. Many people worldwide are now turning to CBD as a natural alternative to pain.
Treatments of CBD Cream for Arthritis
Due the explosion of CBD on the world market in recent years its no wonder many people worldwide are now turning to CBD as a natural alternative to relieve muscular and joint pain.
More than 10 million people in the UK suffer from arthritis or other similar conditions that affect the joints. Arthritis affects people of all ages, including children.
Unfortunately there is no cure for arthritis but there are lots of ways in which you can help slow it down. Osteoarthritis treatments include changes to your lifestyle including diet and exercise to surgery and medications. Medication aims to slow the condition’s progress and minimise joint inflammation. This helps prevent joint damage.
CBD cream and arthritis may have a connection
Research on CBD shows is it it could have a positive effect on pain. Research indicates that cannabinoids, including CBD, could have positive and effective anti-inflammatory properties for arthritis , vascular inflammation and other conditions that are triggered by chronic inflammation.
Overall, cannabinoids have exhibited significant potential to be used as novel anti-inflammatory agents and specific targeting of CB2 receptors holds the promise of mediating immunosuppressive effects without exerting psychotropic side effects.
The information discussed in the above paragraph can be found here. Cannabinoids as novel anti-inflammatory drugs (nih.gov).
5 potential CBD benefits undertook by studies
- Pain. There is evidence to suggest that CBD may help relieve pain as shown in studies. Studies ..
- Inflammation. CBD and its analogs. A review on their effects on inflammation. Studies ..
- Anxiety. Cannabidiol as a potential treatment for anxiety disorders. See studies ..
- Sleep disorders. The legalization of CBD has led to a surge of interest of its potential therapeutic role in the management of some common sleep disorders, such as insomnia. See studies ..
CBD Cream dosage and application
Start slowly. Start with just a few milligrams of CBD Cream twice to three times a day. If relief is inadequate after one week simply increase the dose by that same amount. If needed, go up in small doses over four weeks or so. If you benefit then continue taking that dosage which you feel is the right amount. Dose this amount between two and three times per day to maintain a stable level of CBD in the blood.
Many consumers take CBD Cream for arthritis pain before going to bed.
CBD cream is a light-weight, creamy consistency is designed for quick-absorbing, easy application with additional moisturizing benefits.
Question: Will CBD help with arthritis, and will it be better than the drugs that are currently available?
Answer: At a time when consumers are trying to reduce the use of pain relievers many people are using alternative medications and although not a proven science many are turning to CBD Cream and CBD based supplements. The Chinese Emperor Shen Nung, in 2737 B.C., described the therapeutic use of marijuana for joint pain. See Link .
Debra Rose Wilson, PhD, MSN, RN, IBCLC, AHN-BC, CHT
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