• Have you considered using CBD oils at any point throughout your treatments or beyond?

    Asked by GregP_WN on Wednesday, August 28, 2019

    Have you considered using CBD oils at any point throughout your treatments or beyond?

    Many swear by them, saying that it will cut through the pain where traditional opioid pain killers won't. And now with the crackdown on opioids, it's getting harder to even get prescriptions for them regardless of our level of pain. Our blog post is from the pro side of the debate. A national-level producer of CBD oil products gives us some of the benefits that they say CBD oils offer. Take a look and tell us what you think, are you pro or con on the CBD debate? Click here for the article>> http://bit.ly/32bM0aK

    12 Answers from the Community

    12 answers
    • Molly72's Avatar

      Just started taking a CBD oil, which is from a reputable source and completely legal in my state.
      It is expensive, but then many pain relievers are too as we all well know. About $50 for a small bottle. I take once or twice a day.
      It does not make you high, at all, does not make you hungry either!
      It is too early for me to notice any results, but if any one is interested, will do a follow-up.

      7 months ago
    • GregP_WN's Avatar

      @Molly72, please do post about your experience with taking the CBD oils, I have tried it, but only for a couple of days. I couldn't tell that I had even taken anything. My pain was still there and I just quit. I probably didn't give it a long enough time to start working. I, and I'm sure others, will be interested in your results.

      7 months ago
    • Molly72's Avatar

      My daughter takes it for arthritic hand pain & has been taking it for about 6 months. She says that she takes about 500-600 mgs. dosage per day without fail. If she runs out & misses a dose, the pain is back. The less potent dosage does not seem to work at all.
      If any one is interested, a reputable source is Sisters of The Valley.

      7 months ago

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