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How Can CBD Help?

Let' talk about joints, not those joints but our joints. The part of the body where two or more bones meet to allow movement. The six types of movable joints include ball and socket, saddle, hinge, condyloid, pivot and gliding. As we age, it is not uncommon to have pain in our joints. Often this pain is generically referred to as arthritis. All arthritis is in simple terms is inflammatory joint disease. The pain associated with joint disease is stiffness, swelling and some redness of the skin.

Here is a list of common diseases of the joints.

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Lupus
  • Gout
  • Bursitis

According to Dr. Robert Shmerling, from Harvard Publishing, 29% of the population who suffer from arthritis are using CBD and 80% reported improvement in physical function, sleep, overall wellbeing and some reported and improvement in pain or stiffness.

To read more about CBD for arthritis pain, read Dr. Shmerling’s article.

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Recommended Products

We recommend choosing our full spectrum CBD oil to fight inflammation internally. You can choose to take the oil sublingually or you can swallow a capsule. Below you will also see recommendations for topical pain relief options.  Each drop represents a certain amount of full spectrum CBD Oil. The higher the mg, the higher the concentration.

Full Spectrum CBD Oil

Topical Pain Relief

Another way to use CBD is with topical pain relievers that work to provide immediate relief. Here are the two most common. One you roll on and it cools as it dries, and the other is a high mg pain relief rub that is a cream.

ReliefX Pain Relief Roll On

500mg CBD Pain Relief Rub

How Much CBD Should I Take?

In each article, you will read information about how much CBD is recommended to take. However, there is a general rule when it comes to CBD. There is no one size fits all formula. In fact, weight is not even a huge factor. It depends 100% on your body’s own endocannabinoid system and the issue you are trying to resolve or improve.

In each case, we recommend starting low and slow to see how your body responds. You can increase or decrease as needed to achieve optimal results. Please read the article and / or watch the video to hear what is said by Dr. Frank Michalski in terms of dosing. Below is a guide to explaining how much CBD is in each drop.