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Can Using CBD Oil for Gout Really Stop the Unbearable Pain?

by Ana G. Ana G.
Suffering from frequent gout flare-ups can cause you to lose sleep, become grouchy, act cranky, and feel very irritable. Sometimes the pain can be so bad that it hinders your ability to walk. It's no fun to have to deal with the intense pain of a gout attack even when trying to do something as simple as putting on your socks.
                                                                                                    
You probably never thought that pain or swelling in your big toe could cause you so much discomfort until you started dealing with gout issues. It's unfortunate that there have been no human studies on the effectiveness of using CBD oil for gout relief.
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But on another note, it's very fortunate that if you scour the forums and read through the threads, there
are many former gout sufferers that have used CBD oil for treating their gout and have successfully gotten rid of the pain and flareups without having to deal with any adverse side effects.

The truth about using CBD oil for gout and how it works

Studies have shown that CBD oil possesses anti inflammatory properties that will treat the pain and inflammation which is brought on by the acute attacks of gout. And since gout is really a form of arthritis anyway it only makes sense that the people in the forums toot this method as a Godsend for dealing with the arthritis pain that is brought on by gout.

How long do CBD products last once you take them and how long before they kick in?

There are many CBD products that you can use to get fast long-lasting pain relief from gout but the amount of relief that you do get really does depend on which form of CBD you use. For example, using CBD oil for gout will give you relief in about 30 to 45 minutes from getting it into your bloodstream. But then you will only have about 2 hours of relief.

If you take CBD gummies for gout then it will take about 60 to 90 minutes for them to get into your bloodstream but they will last from 4 to 6 hours after they do.

How often should you take CBD for gout?

The answer to this question really depends on what you are taking them for and how severe the pain or discomfort that you are dealing with is. For example, there are some people that can take a couple in the morning and it works out great for them. Then there are some that take CBD and it makes them feel sleepy. So instead of having to fight sleep throughout their day, they take theirs a few hours before they go to bed.

But note that, those people that use CBD like this aren't trying to stop the pain, They are more than likely taking CBD for anxiety or sleeping issues.

But if you are taking your CBD oil for gout relief or any other type of arthritis, then you may need to take it consistently to build up a threshold of CBD in your body before you start slacking back on your doses. And again the frequency in which you take it then depends on how your body reacts to it and how long it lasts per your particular ailment.

Conclusion

So to sum everything up about using CBD oil for gout, although it hasn't been proven to be medically or specifically effective for gout pain relief, it has been used many times to effectively stop the pain and inflammation that is associated with it according to users in many different forums. 

One could also say that it makes the symptoms a heck of a lot more manageable until they disappear. It's also noted that it's safer than using pain relievers such as ibuprofen which is harsh on your stomach lining and has many debilitating long-term use effects on your body and its internal organs.

Forum talk shows that CBD when used for joint pain, inflammation, gout, anxiety, insomnia, and many other ailments is very effective and worth the try.

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Created on Oct 28th 2021 23:04. Viewed 259 times.

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