Your CBD Mentor: What is the Best CBD for Pain?

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Table of Contents

A. What is CBD Oil?

B.  Can CBD actually help with Pain?

C.   Pain and Opioids and CBD.

D. What does research say about Pain and CBD?

E.  How does CBD do it? Via the Endocannabinoid System (ECS).

F. The Best CBD for Pain – CBDPure.

G. CBD and the Future.

H. Conclusion.

 

A. What is CBD Oil?

CBD is the acronym for Cannabidiol – a Cannabinoid found in Hemp oil that has high levels of CBD and only a trace amount of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) – its narcotic cousin. The CBD is extracted for its therapeutic qualities and because of the minuscule amount of THC present, there is absolutely no risk of intoxication. Hemp and marijuana are just two different forms of cannabis.

 

The Cannabinoid profile of hemp is ideal for people looking for benefits from cannabis without the narcotic. Hemp is an ancient product that has been in use for thousands of years – utilized for a wide range of products such as ropes, fibre, paper, food and herbal supplements.

B. Can CBD actually help with Pain? 

This is a question that Maximus, your mentor, can answer, so let me hand you directly over to him.

 

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Maximus von Marwick

Thank you. I am Maximus, a mature survivor here to answer your questions about about pain and CBD.

 

I have another post on this site which perhaps could assist you further in your search for pain relief and it is called, “Your CBD Mentor: CBD and Neuropathic Pain”. The post is focused almost exclusively on neuropathic pain whereas here I wish to look at pain in general and its vast domain of sufferers.

 

I am an extraordinarily keen promoter of the advantages that come with CBD oil use. During my own illness I was prescribed narcotics for pain and consequently I can never ignore the relief they bring to someone who might feel they can take no more suffering. But the path you must then tread, is extremely narrow and intolerably treacherous. I personally have a great fear of opioids. But in time CBD offered me profound relief and indeed, hope.

 

People in the US and everyone else it seems, are unquestionably searching for an elixir for pain. Of course everyone needs help, but circumstances are such that the American people have been shown to be among the most vulnerable when it comes to drugs.  Why this is so, is linked essentially to access – the US is the richest and one of the most politically and socially liberal countries in the world and is therefore a magnet for the illegal drugs trade. Additionally, alas, it appears that much of the real damage is now being done by synthetic drugs – many manufactured in the US itself by pharmaceutical companies.

 

D. What does research say about Pain and CBD?

We have long known that pain is truly a massive public health problem in all countries. In 2007 Frondini et al found in Europe, (Frondini C et al; Affective, behavior and cognitive disorders in the elderly with chronic musculoskeletal pain: the impact on an aging population. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.archger.2007.01.024).

 

He found in Europe that muscoskeletal pain virtually crippled over one in four elderly people and in the same year Gibson showed that up to 80% of nursing homes in Australia were populated with seniors suffering from chronic pain.  Surveys in many European countries have yielded similar results: these countries include Spain, Portugal, Ireland, Denmark, Norway and Iceland where 25% to 35% of the adult population have reported chronic pain.

 

The well-known ABC Poll of 2005 found that approximately 50 million Americans live with chronic pain and that the cost to society will be greater than $100 billion per annum.

 

So what can CBD do to perhaps alleviate this colossal problem. Ask a pharmacist and they, very likely, will laugh at you. The big beasts of their world for pain reduction are the opioids and chemically CBD is like a flea in comparison. What good can it possibly do?

 

Research published in the Journal of Pain, June 5, 2019: CBD was applied to the skin of animals suffering from inflammation caused by arthritis and the study found that this lowered pain. Another study showed that CBD impeded inflammatory and neuropathic pain – two of the most vexatious types of pain to treat.

 

E. How does CBD do it? Via the Endocannabinoid System (ECS).

The effects of CBD are very complex and not completely understood.  Firstly, not being a narcotic it is not psychoactive but researchers believe that it makes the body use its own Endocannabinoid System (ECS) more efficiently.

 

Second, it seems that CBD also restricts inflammation in the nervous system and brain and that would consequently limit the pain experience.

 

The ECS is a participant in basic life functions such as reproduction, appetite, immune-response and most importantly, in connection with our focus here – with pain management.

 

So let us first look briefly at how the ECS responds to CBD: the body has two different types of CBD receptors which have been called CB1 and CB2 that do not unite directly with the CBD but do so in a circuitous manner – i.e. they include initiating TRPV1 receptors that operate such functions as:

  • pain perception,
  • inflammation
  • body temperature, and
  • in addition, and this is of extraordinary importance to all users of CBD – these receptors also control the quantity of Anandamide which in turn controls the neural propagation of well-being. An emotion of significance to us all, and, in particular to those who suffer from pain and anxiety. I personally am very aware of the this effect on me when I take CBD.  I have also heard it referred to it as being similar to “the runners high”.

 

The four points made above are vitally important pieces of information and in fact, are key to a central thesis of this post: can CBD oil actually limit pain? At the same time we must all take heed of the FDA’s warning in this regard – more research must be undertaken before it can be fully accepted by the establishment.

 

F. The Best CBD for Pain – CBDPure.

Here is where CBDPure comes into its own. Why? Because its business philosophy is not driven first by profit, but by the well-being of patients and the desire to do good. It keeps in step with nature. For more information on CBD – best CBD oil, please read other posts on this site. Also most importantly, please click my post ‘Order CBD Online’! You can there be transported to the CBDPure homepage, and, at your leisure, read about the product.

 

The quick answer to why Pure CBD Oil for Pain? Because CBDPure is organic and pure and safe and the science supporting it is genuinely responsible. Maximus says we must enjoy and remember these golden years, when the quality is very high and product relatively inexpensive.

 

What is the Best CBD for Pain
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CBD Pure maintains uncompromisingly high standards.

  • Made with non-psychoactive, non-GMO hemp, grown in Colorado, USA and from natural, organic agricultural sources with zero synthetic or contrived constituents.
  • All batches are validated in the lab before sale to meet our superior classification standards.
  • Batches are third-party tested by an independent laboratory.
  • OTHER TESTS CARRIED OUT ON CBDPure INCLUDE:
  • Cannabiniod Profiling – this gives the concentration of active cannabinoids for an accurate dose and to make certain of the product’s quality.
  • Pesticide Testing – This test can determine even the tiniest amounts of chemical pesticides in hemp concentrates.
  • Microbiological Screening – If there exist any microorganisms and harmful pathogens such as bacteria they will be discovered.
  • Terpene Analysis – CBDPure is a full spectrum Cannabinoid and consequently Terpenes are critically important in its creation. They are identified by using chromatography and are aromatic compounds that give the product its unique scent and taste – but more importantly perhaps, they have a singular effect on the body’s Endocannabiniod System (ECS). More on that later.
  • Residual Solvent Testing – Identifies the presence of harmful solvents and impurities.

 

In essence though, CBDPure’s is surely on its way to becoming very well known throughout the cannabis industry, not just for their high-quality products but for their ability to hold up exceptional service and high industry standards. Their strategy is to keep in step with nature.  Not for them to change the taste from hemp to an artificially sweet confection, or its color to an insipid colorless pharmaceutical product.

 

As Maximus comments, to add sweeteners is the modern solution and to many people that is their choice and who can argue with that? Maximus on the other hand says he relishes the premium quality and unadulterated, authentic flavor of CBDPure.

 

Additionally, from his own experience he acknowledges with thanks, how it has helped with his own anxiety, a long-standing sleep disorder and of course, the pain. Of that he is certain.

 

G. CBD and the future.

Preclinical research continues unabated, by systematizing the ECS and by introducing CBD, it could be advantageous in treating many medical conditions such as: anxiety and depression, epilepsy, opioid withdrawal, multiple sclerosis (MS), neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, psoriasis, acne, broken limbs, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, nausea, schizophrenia, ADHD, heart disease, and many, many more. The future looks really positive.

 

 

H. Conclusion.

There remain many controversial issues associated with the use of CBD. For one, politicians and civil servants get very nervous because of its close relation to THC. My desire is to mitigate their concerns, and in time, when a holistic standardisation process has been instituted, they will come to accept and even welcome its aid in the pharmacotherapeutic campaign against pain.

 

The leading CBD Oil market is without doubt the United States. By sheer good fortune too, because standards of cultivation and manufacturing will consequently remain high. But alas, like everything there will be those in the future, who, because of market pressure (their words), will eventually have all cultivation and production undertaken in the Orient or elsewhere. Prices perhaps might change, but margin and quality certainly will.

 

The very best of luck to you all!

Maximus, your mentor.

 

FDA DISCLOSURE

Please note that the statements above, with reference to CBD and CBDPure have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.

 

 

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