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CBD, a compound found in the cannabis plant, is a non-psychoactive chemical extracted from the hemp plant. Studies have shown that CBD has positive effects on pain-relief and is an anti-inflammatory. Some people who have tried CBD for arthritis have reported noticeable pain relief in affected areas. So far, research has shown that there are no serious safety concerns associated with the use of CBD in small doses. If you have any other questions about CBD safety, please contact your doctor or give us a call so we can refer you to a health care professional.
CBD products can be ingested orally, inhaled, or applied to the skin. CBD for oral use comes in many forms. Some of these include pills or capsules, liquids, and food products. No matter which form the CBD comes in, when ingested (or swallowed) the CBD is absorbed in your digestive tract slowly and effects won’t be felt for an hour or two. This can make taking the correct dose somewhat challenging at first, but once you know the right amount for you it is very effective. Another form of CBD that is a viable option is in liquid form, or a tincture. CBD oil can be put under your tongue using a dropper and held there for around a minute. When this method is used, the effects will usually be felt in 15 to 45 minutes, meaning it works a little faster than when it’s swallowed. The next way CBD can be taken is through inhalation. CBD can be inhaled by using a vaporizer, however this method may have risks that are unknown to us at this time. The final way CBD can be used is by topical application to the skin. This means that CBD cream or balm can be applied to your skin over inflammation or painful joints. Typically, topical CBD creams take an hour or two for effects to be felt.
Every person is different, so the dose of CBD that's right for one person may not be right for you. The best way to know how much CBD is right for you is by starting with small dosages just a couple times a day, and working your way up in small increments over several weeks until you know how much your body needs. If you have more questions about the CBD dosage that’s right for you, contact your doctor or a healthcare professional.
If you have more questions about CBD usage for arthritis, please contact us to speak to one of our CBD experts. We’d be happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have. Interested in purchasing CBD products for arthritis? Check out our shop to find the CBD product that’s right for you!
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