• Have any of you used CBD oil to pain? Does it work?

    Asked by MerryMaid on Wednesday, August 21, 2019

    Have any of you used CBD oil to pain? Does it work?

    I don't want any BS about some unicorn pain killer, I just want to know does it ease your pain or not? It's getting worse and worse to get pain killers filled from your own doctor. the surgery and radiation have me to the point that swallowing water hurts. I need help! I saw this add online about Jimmy Buffet is even selling a line of CBD products. I would probably trust his recommendation more than someone that we've never heard of. Does it WORK for you?
    Here is Jimmy Buffets information, have any of you ordered from his site? https://www.coralreefer.com/about/

    5 Answers from the Community

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    • cllinda's Avatar
      cllinda

      I tried it for arthritis and I got about the same relief from Bengay. And it's way more expensive.

      about 1 month ago
    • GregP_WN's Avatar
      GregP_WN

      I had a friend/customer suggest I try it, he gave me a small vile of it and I tried it once. I couldn't tell that I had taken anything. But, my body is a little strange, I have a high resistance to most things that I take.

      about 1 month ago
    • Bengal's Avatar
      Bengal

      I've tried CBS oil for osteoarthritis pain and anxiety. I couldn't see that it did much of anything. I know other people who swear by it.

      about 1 month ago
    • Skyemberr's Avatar
      Skyemberr

      CBD oil can be used for light pain and relaxation. It is very good for people with epilepsy in controlling some kind of seizures.

      My palliative care doctors had me read a long book about all of the various forms of marijuana and what they do. It is called Stoned. It was a good and informative book! You can find it on Amazon if you are curious. I like it because it was written by a doctor trying to help his patients it and he does a lot of research.

      I am not taking anything now, but if I had to choose something for pain and to eat I would probably use an edible that has precise dosing info on it. It's possible to get a few different strengths and flavors that are packages precisely, plus has the added benefit of not giving my kids the wrong idea about medication. The only reason I'm not taking it right now is because I have a brain met and I'm afraid I might accidentally mask a symptom my doctor needs to know about now.

      30 days ago
    • Danfan714's Avatar
      Danfan714

      Tried several different formulas designed specifically for my nerve pain and found no relief

      25 days ago

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