CBD is a cannabis compound. Unlike THC, CBD is a non-psychoactive/less psychoactive. CBD can helps alleviate inflammation and pain without any "stoned" effect. Many patients suffering from migraines, tremors, seizures, diabetes, PTSD, depression and many more, have found relieve using CBD.
-Treatment suggested by Audrey Lambidakis
Reviews of treatment by PATIENTS
CBD helped bring my pain level down. It took about a month of taking it every day (3mg) for me to notice a difference. Definitely recommend trying it if your in constant pain like I am. I have been told you will get the best results if you take a 1:20 of THC:CBD because the THC helps activate the CBD.
CBD didn't help me. I have heard it helps migraines but my headaches went away after HBOT.
My son is using less Norco and pain meds since using CBD 3 x a day. He uses two different types. Morning and afternoon is with higher CBD content and less THC. At night the THC is a little higher but CBD pretty much the same.
Cannabidiol, or CBD, is one of the major components of the marijuana plant. However, there is no psychoactive effect, so you will not feel “high”, and it is legal and widely available through reputable brands such as Isodial and Charlotte’s Web. CBD has many uses in the brain, including preventing seizures and migraines. It has a neuroprotective and anti-inflammatory effect. Cannabinoid receptors are found throughout the body, including the brain, and provide natural pain-relief pathways. Because of this, CBD oil is commonly used as a non-addictive pain relief strategy in TBI. I apply a CBD tincture sublingually each day. Because there are many tiny blood vessels in the area under the tongue, sublingual medication can be absorbed directly into the blood stream. This bypasses the digestive system and also will not be diluted by the liver.