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Introduction to CBD Oil for pain

by Moreish Puff Working

Pain is a major issue we sometimes have to feel as a result of a number of conditions. Sometimes, it could due to illnesses or other activities in the body that leads to the secretion of some hormones that can cause pain such as headache. In other cases, it could be a result of a lot of physical activity or stress. There are also instances where we collide with walls and other objects hard leading to pain. This could sometimes be because of serious injury from an accident or a fight. The feeling of pain is usually unpleasant and could make an individual unhappy or even bedridden. There are various over the counter painkillers that are used for treating pain. Some of them are effective, while some are not. Some come with side effects, while others could even make an individual addicted. A recent product that is gaining wide recognition in the treatment of pain is the CBD oil.

This article will discuss how CBD oil for pain operates.

Effects of CBD Oil on the Body

There are over 120 substances in the human body that is known as cannabinoids, with CBD being one of such substances. As opposed to some other types of cannabinoids such as TCH or tetrahydrocannabinol, you don’t get a psychoactive or euphoric “high” effect from taking CBD. This is because the receptors for THC are different from that of CBD, thereby influencing their effects. The endocannabinoid system (ECS) in the human body translates cannabinoids signal after receiving it. The body is able to manufacture some of this cannabinoids by themselves that are known as endocannabinoids. The regulation of functions including pain, immune-system responses and sleep are aided by the endocannabinoid system.

On the other hand, when THC is consumed, a high feeling is activated as the receptors in the endocannabinoid system in the brain are affected. The reward system of the brain is activated leading to the production of dopamine and other pleasure chemicals.

Can You Get High by Taking CBD Oil

CBD is a completely different substance from THC. Even though it has very complex effects, it does not possess psychoactive qualities, implying that it does not change the state of mind of an individual or make the person high. Researches have backed this up and indicated that this different result is because the endocannabinoid system is not very much affected by the CBD. On the other hand, what CBD does is the inhibition or activation of other substances in the ECS. For instance, anandamide absorption by the body is stopped by CBD. Anandamide is a substance that is directly linked to pain regulation. The quantity of anandamide in the blood will now increase, thereby reducing how much pain an individual gets to feel. The CBD also reduces nervous system and brain inflammation as it is beneficial to individuals who are suffering from certain responses of the immune system including insomnia and pain.

Definition of CBD Oil

There is various substances level available in the cannabis plant or natural help. The way the farmer tends to the plant can affect the THC level or CBD level in the plant. Industrial hemp is usually utilized for the production of CBD oils as they are tended to in such a way that they have more CBD substances compared to marijuana. There are many technique types that can be utilized in extracting CBD from the hemp. Carrier oil is then added to the CBD to form CBD oil. There are many strength levels for CBD oil. There are also many ways CBD oil is utilized. 

Pain Management Benefits of CBD Oil

CBD has been used traditionally in the management of different types of pain and other conditions for millenniums. However, it is only until recently that the medical field started to study the plant. This is due to the fact that the plant is gotten from was completely written off in the past due to the THC component that causes psychoactive effects. Here are some of the benefits that have been medically linked to CBD oil:

  • Chronic Pain

A report on the health effects of cannabis and cannabinoids have confirmed that significant proof exists in the ability of CBD to effectively treat adults for chronic pains. There are several other studies that have supported this assertion, proving the importance of CBD in the reduction of inflammation and pain. Research further showed that the body cannot build up tolerance against CBD. Thus, as opposed to some medications where your body could become tolerant to and you have to start consuming a higher dose for results, you will need just the same dose of CBD whenever you need to treat for chronic pain.

  • Multiple Sclerosis

This is a disease that affects the whole body by utilizing the brain and the nerves. A very common symptom of the disease is spasms in the muscle. The constant nature of these spasms in some individuals can result in continuous pain. CBD oil will not only reduce the pain in this instant but also reduce the number of spasms. Thus it will serve 2 purposes at the same time.

  • Arthritis Pain

Arthritis is a condition that a lot of people are suffering from along with the accompanying pain. In research where CBD containing topical gel was applied to rats suffering from arthritis for a period of four days, a significant reduction in the level of pains and inflammation were observed without any side effects. Individuals who have used CBD oil for arthritis-related pain have also confirmed their effectiveness.

Conclusion

There are various types of pain people suffer on a daily basis and at different levels. With the risks of continuously taking over the counter medication for pain, the natural CBD oil has been tipped as a great alternative. This is due to their ability to aid in reducing the conditions leading to the pain as opposed to just facing the pain alone.

Mixing your CBD oil with popular e-liquid brands such as Moreish Puff is becoming a popular choice for many who vape, and would also like to experience CBD's effects.

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