CBD For Chronic Pain

Cannabidiol (CBD) Hemp helps with chronic pain, the immune system and nervous system. Cannabidiol is safe for all ages. You do not need a medical marijuana card to purchase CBD derived from the hemp plant.

Chronic pain effects approx. 100 million Americans
Pain is defined as physical, mental, social and can effect our visceral (internal organs), somatic (skin and deep tissue) and neurogenic (nerves). Chronic pain and medications total $560-635 billion in direct medical treatment cost and lost productivity.CBD Works Better Than Over The Counter Medications
CBD Hemp Oil is a long term solution for chronic pain. Over the counter meds are temporary. Aspirin, ibuprofen and prescribed drugs such as opiates, morphine, oxycodone, codeine, anti-depressants and muscle relaxants offer temporary relief. Harmful side effects of these meds can include ulcers, liver damage, nausea, constipation, respiratory issues, addiction and death.

CBD Hemp is Natural & Provides Pain Relief
Cannabis in the form of CBD Hemp Oil has been treating illness and chronic pain since the nineteenth century. First studies were  recorded by Irish physician William B. O’Shaughnessy. Medical cannabis is a very effective therapy for chronic pain patients because it affects their perception of pain and reduces inflammation. On going clinical studies show cannabinoids from CBD Hemp Oil combined with cannabis THC may aid in the treatment and intervention of opioid addiction and alcohol abuse. It is legal to purchase CBD derived from the hemp plant, however combined CBD and THC must be recommended by a medical marijuana physician and purchased with a medical marijuana card in a legalized state.

How CBD Works for Chronic Pain
It all starts in the cannabinoid receptors – cannabinoid receptor (CB1) and (CB2). Studies have shown that CB1 receptors are located throughout the body with a high concentration in the central nervous system which controls our pain perception. CB2 receptors are located in areas of the body that control immune function, such as the spleen, white blood cells and tonsils.

The information offered on this page has been collected by published articles by the Institute of Medicine, medicaljane.com, Dr. Malik Burnett of Duke University, The American Pain Society, Dr. Mark Rabe Medical Director of Centric Wellness and Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Board at Medical Marijuana Sciences, Inc.