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CBD AND FIBROMYALGIA: Everything on Using CBD Oil in Relieving the Pain of Fibromyalgia and other Inflammatory Disease

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Some people believe fibromyalgia is a new condition, but it has existed for centuries. It was once considered a mental disorder. But in the early 1800s, it was classified as a rheumatoid disorder that caused stiffness, pain, fatigue, and difficulty sleeping.Fibromyalgia tender points were discovered in the early 1820s. The condition was initially called fibrositis because many doctors believed pain was caused by inflammation throughout the body. It wasn’t until 1976 that the condition was renamed fibromyalgia. The name was derived from the Latin word “fibro” (fibrosis tissue), and the Greek terms for “myo” (muscle) and “algia” (pain).In 1990 the American College of Rheumatology established guidelines for diagnosing fibromyalgia. The first prescription medication to treat it became available in 2007.Fibromyalgia, a disorder that causes chronic pain, is still poorly understood. I live with fibromyalgia, and on any given day, I deal with issues like extreme fatigue, allover pain, and brain fog.Since it’s largely an invisible illness, those who have it appear outwardly to be just fine. Unfortunately, that’s not actually the case.Fibromyalgia is particularly difficult to describe to friends and family, since its symptoms vary in severity from day to day. It’s hard to explain to friends that you need to cancel plans because you’re tired, but often that’s exactly what’s going on.Know someone with fibromyalgia.

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of more than 100 chemical compounds derived from cannabis, a plant also known as marijuana. A small body of research suggests that cannabidiol may help people with fibromyalgia.A review from 2013 states that cannabidiol (CBD) can help to relieve pain caused by fibromyalgia and other conditions, including rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis.The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved the medicinal use of CBD for, although CBD received approval for use in treating two types of epilepsy in June 2018.Research is ongoing, and the legal status of this and other cannabinoids varies. A person should check their local laws before attempting to obtain CBD.Nonetheless, CBD remains a popular choice. In this book, I explore why CBD may be able to relieve the pain of fibromyalgia. We also examine its most effective use and potential side effects.