CBD to help aches and pain has a lot more research to undergo. To use CBD for pain is a very broad spectrum to cover. Relating to the veterinary study of CBD use in Dogs with Osteoarthritis the results showed taking regular doses of CBD increased comfort and activity in dogs. CBD for Dogs is still legally a decision for Vets only but it’s a hopefully study for the future of pain management.
According to the NHS website cannabis can help certain types of pain. “There is some evidence medical cannabis can help certain types of pain, though this evidence is not yet strong enough to recommend it for pain relief.” –https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/medical-cannabis/
Cannabis and CBD are not the same thing. Cannabis is the entire plant intact with all the components including THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) which is the ingredient in cannabis that gives the user the “high” feeling. Cannabidiol especially Flow CBD uses an extract which means only the CBD is taken from the plant and everything else is left behind.
If you are experiencing pain or discomfort your better checking with your Doctor before using CBD or using CBD along with medication.
Some people use CBD for :
- Over all discomfort
The study into CBD is still on going and promising information is being produced all the time however for now we cannot make any medical claims for the use of CBD as it’s a supplement and to be taken that way. Flow CBD