CBD vs Arthritis
According to statics Arthritis affects over 50 million Americans making the leading cause of disability. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and Osteoarthritis (OA) are the most common types of arthritis.
Studies on animals suggest that CBD could help relief pain and treat arthritis.
- In 2011, researchers found that CBD help reduce inflammatory pain in rats by affecting the way pain receptors respond to stimulus.
- In 2016, a study found that the topical application of CBD potentially relieved pain and inflammation associated with arthritis.
- In 2017, a study found that CBD treatment might be a safe and useful treatment for OA joint pain.
- Research in 2006 found that cannabis-based mouth spray helped to relieve arthritis pain.
As research continues, it's needed to say with certainty that CBD oil is an effective treatment for arthritis pain.
CBD Oil Use
CBD oil has been used to make cream or gel which people can apply in areas affected by arthritis. CBD may be consumed in capsule form, oil drops, spray into the mouth and topical lotion on pain area.
Some Down Sides of Using CBD Oil
According to a small scale study, some people may experience mild side effects such as tiredness, trouble sleeping, feeling irritable, and nausea.
CBD oil can play an important role in the treatment of arthritis. Before using this and any products, it's your responsibility to check with your doctor.
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