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CBD is the path to healing―without a high
Many of us have become accustomed to quick-fix prescriptions for pain relief that mask symptoms, but there’s a safer, more natural solution: cannabidiol (CBD). Pain-Free with CBD gives you a look into the therapeutic benefits of CBD, including how it can decrease inflammation and provide relief for your painful condition―without the side effects.
Pain-Free with CBD offers guidance on choosing the best product, safely dosing, and finding the best method of consumption for you. Manage a variety of ailments including arthritis, fibromyalgia, lupus―and even the health of your furry friends. Discover the history of this natural medicine and success stories of others who have regained their quality of life with the help of CBD.
Pain-Free with CBD includes:
- Nature’s medicine―Explore an overview of your body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS) and how CBD works to heal the body.
- Quality choice―Learn how to select high-quality products using suggestions on top CBD brands, safety tips, and helpful how-tos for each delivery method.
- Dosing guidance―Determine the right dosage for your needs and learn about possible interactions between CBD and commonly prescribed medications.
Discover how CBD can be the healing solution to your pain―one drop at a time.
From the Publisher
Learn about different CBD delivery methods (and more) from the book:
Topical / Transdermal
CBD salves are a wonderful delivery method for localized pain such as arthritis or neuropathic pain. There are creams that have a smooth texture and salves that are more formidable. Deciding which to use is a personal choice. Some have menthol added, making them similar to Bengay. Simply apply the salve to your aching muscles or joints. Transdermal patches are applied to the skin, and the CBD is absorbed into your body. The effects can last for 8 to 12 hours.
Pastes and concentrates
Depending on how much CBD you require on an ongoing basis, concentrates or pastes may be an appropriate option for you. These delivery forms can be obtained with CBD content varying from 45 percent to almost 90 percent. This allows for a more economical administration of CBD but requires more active involvement of the patient in terms of preparation and administration.
People are intrigued with cannabinoid edibles, and there are, of course, CBD edibles. For those who hate to take pills or tinctures, edibles may be a fun way to take medicine. After all, there are adult gummy daily vitamins and supplements. So, if you are taking CBD strictly as a supplement, the edible format may not be bad. In fact, it may ensure that you take the CBD every day.