CBD, or Cannabidiol, is a cannabinoid found within the cannabis plant. A non-psychoactive relative of cannabinoids such as THC and THC-N, CBD has been the subject of intense discussion and debate within the medical community as of late for its use as an anti-seizure medication. Popularized by carefully bred strains such as Charlotte’s Web and Harlequin, CBD oil is helping many to transition away from a diet of prescriptions and into an alternative style of medicine.
As people, we often look for concrete and firm answers to rely on as we explore new things. It helps us to feel more comfortable and confident in our decisions. When it comes to cannabis medicine in general, the answer to many of our questions is, quite simply, it depends. A variety of factors can influence both the efficacy and efficiency of cannabis and more specifically, CBD oil.
Acute conditions and sudden attacks require a quick and efficient delivery system. By dabbing or vaporizing cannabis concentrate and oil, you provide your body with an ample dose of CBD and the timely relief you need, when you need it. Smoking cannabis is nearly as effective though with lower concentrations of the active cannabinoid present, it just means that more flower must be consumed to achieve the same result. While not as effective as dabbing, it’s a great way to supplement an active treatment plan. If you’re considering CBD oil for pain, it has shown great promise as a topical ointment as well. Muscle tension, nerve damage, sore bones, and certain skin conditions can all be eased with a topical application of CBD-infused lotions or balms which provide relief in just a few moments. For conditions that can tolerate a slower delivery mechanism, edible CBD products remain the preferred method.
By introducing much higher concentrations of the active ingredient over an extended period of time, you help to saturate the body with cannabinoids that are known to help in your recovery. Because we break down the things we eat at a much slower rate than other methods of consumption, relief typically begins late and extends over a period of several hours.
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Having a patient and helpful guide through the process of learning can make all the difference. If you have questions or would like to visit with us in person, we’d love to meet with you. Here at Revolutionary Clinics we work hard to put the needs of our patients first. We’re proud to carry a number of high-quality, patient-approved CBD products designed to offer the relief you need.
Awesome post. I’ve been wondering how long it really takes the CBD to kick in. Finally, i can get some answers though haha. Awesome read, I appreciate this and love the article. Keep it up!
So glad to hear that it was a help to you.
Very interesting and informative post. Health is the most important part of life nothing is more valuable than good health and massage is very important for healthy life specially the use of Cbd and Hemp oil is very beneficial for us.
Thanks for sharing
I have been using the CBD oil for two days, against my gout and do not feel any relief. Help!
Sorry to hear that you are not getting the relief that you are looking for. The Cannabis Medical Industry is just in the beginning stages of research on the health benefits of Cannabidiol, and at this point what works great for some people, is less effective for others, with not much data about why. The other is that each person’s particular body chemistry can have a large effect on how well CBD works for pain management. We have heard from patient’s who take CBD that it becomes more effective as it builds up in their system over time. Also they have said that it can be a more subtle effect, which starts to be most noticed when they stop taking it, and the pain or other issues they are dealing with start to reappear. If possible, reach out to a Cannabis Doctor for a consultation. https://www.compassionforpatients.com/patients#become_a_patient
For chronic back pains I think it usually take around 3 weeks till you start feeling better. I know a friend who has been using CBD for a month for their chronic back pain and he has been feeling a lot better now thanks to it.
Am chronic pain patient started CBD oil yesterday and by introducing 3 drops of 1800 CBD under my tongue, i felt a little bit of pain nomness after about 2u, but did not last long, do i continue, and does CBD oil build up in your system
This is not an easy question to answer for a couple of reasons. First, we are just in the beginning stages of research on the health benefits of Cannabidiol, and at this point what works great for some people, is less effective for others, with not much data about why. The other is that each person’s particular body chemistry can have a large effect on how well CBD works for pain management. We have heard from patient’s who take CBD that it becomes more effective as it builds up in their system over time. Also they have said that it can be a more subtle effect, which starts to be most noticed when they stop taking it, and the pain or other issues they are dealing with start to reappear. If possible, reach out to a Cannabis Doctor for a consultation. https://www.compassionforpatients.com/patients#become_a_patient
CBD pain relief products are a mixture of different blends, which give an ideal comfort. Thanks for sharing an informative blog.
Happy to here that you found this article helpful. Thanks for your comment.
This is a wonderful, informative post! I have often been questioned about whether hemp products I use such as hemp seed oil and hemp milk are safe and how they relate to the marijuana plant. I never knew the answer to these questions except to say that they are a different part of the plant that doesn’t contain THC. No I truly understand the difference! Thank you
So glad to hear it, thanks for your comment
Thank you for mentioning how CBD consumption helps provide your body with relief over time since our bodies break down what we eat at a slow rate. My wife has been experiencing neck pain ever since she started exercising, and she would like to find a way to relieve the pain so that she can go to work comfortably tomorrow. Maybe she should consider using CBD to help with the healing process.