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Can Hemp Oil Help With Pain?

Anyone who is suffering from pain due to trauma, infection, inflammation, and other causes has likely tried a multitude of pain relieving options and drugs, in search of the ultimate pain relief. For individuals who experience chronic pain, it’s even possible that your body has built up an immunity to certain over the counter or prescription drugs, rendering them much less effective, or even completely ineffective against the unrelenting onslaught of pain you are experiencing.

Hemp oil, also known as CBD (cannabidiol) oil, is a hot buzzword in recent news, but it might be something you still haven’t considered trying. Hemp oil, a THC-free compound extracted from the hemp plant, is a more natural approach to pain management than most over the counter or prescription drugs available for pain relief today. Hemp oil works within the human body to interact with certain receptors in the brain, allowing for reduced pain and inflammation, and when applied topically, can calm the nerves in the traumatized or painful area.

Hemp oil is frequently used to manage pain from issues such as back pain, rheumatoid arthritis, migraines, fibromyalgia, muscle spasms from multiple sclerosis, chemotherapy, and even menstrual pain. Additionally, hemp oil can be used as a muscle relaxant to manage pain from athletic activity, and increase mobility for athletes, or alleviate the stiff joints many senior citizens suffer with.

There is a growing variety of options when it comes to using hemp oil, with each having certain benefits and appeal to each individual. Here are some common options:

Topical Creams: Hemp oil creams are used by massaging the product into the affected area. This generally provides immediate relief, but the effects likely won’t last as long as when you ingest a consumable product.

Drops: Typically, drops are ingested by placing the recommended dose under the tongue. This means the CBD enters the bloodstream immediately, and provides the fastest relief.

Edibles: These often come in the form of treats such as brownies or cookies, with the hemp oil as one of the ingredients. This type of ingestion usually takes about an hour before the effects are noticeable, and longer still if you take them on an empty stomach.

Capsules or Gummies: These are usually the slowest to absorb into the body, but some consumers claim the effects are milder but longer lasting than some other options, and are a quick and easy option that fit better into some people’s lifestyles.

No matter which option you choose, if you are suffering from any type of pain and seeking an alternative method of pain management, you should consider hemp oils. Side effects are infrequent, and limited to reports of possible nausea, sleeping problems, and irritability. Hemp oils are THC-free, so you won’t get a “high” and the risk of dependency or withdrawal is extremely low, making it much less of a risk than most over the counter or prescription drugs.