CBD products can supplement over the counter painkillers

Back when I was in my early 20s, I managed to injure my back enough to cause long term damage to the sciatic nerve. Sometimes my left foot falls asleep after I’ve been on my feet for too long, as well as experiencing pain that shoots down from the base of my back into my left left leg toward the foot. I always consume large quantities of acetaminophen and ibuprofen to combat chronic pain, but of course I follow the instructions on the label. While I feel incredibly grateful to have access to these particular medications, they’re not foolproof with helping out with pain, either acute or chronic. I’m of the opinion that over the counter painkillers should supplement other forms of pain relief, even if they’re not pharmacological. CBD is being recommended by patients and physicians alike what those suffering the most ask for advice on what to take for pain relief. You can use CBD as an edible in the form of capsules and dessert treats, or you can put CBD tinctures under your tongue. CBD topicals are like skin patches, creams, and salves. Applying these products to the skin will provide localized pain relief, something extremely valuable to those in severe pain of any kind. There are also full spectrum CBD concentrates out there that help a lot of people with their daily anxiety and depression symptoms. Contrary to popular belief, CBD is not a sedative and might actually promote concentration and energy. I like using CBD products throughout the day because they don’t really make me tired during my work life, and that’s a great thing. I need something cannabis related to get me through the busy afternoons.


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