The person behind the counter at the CBD store told me that I could buy pure CBD or full spectrum CBD
I have a lot of back pain from rowing semi-professionally in my teens and early 20s. Back then I thought the exercises I was doing were good for my body, but now it seems like long term damage was inevitable. On top of it, the coaches and authority figures in the sport are extremely misleading in how they represent the risks, like you see with football and head injuries. What happened was slow and gradual, but the damage to my sciatic nerve was permanent. I get numbness going down my leg into my left foot on a daily basis, but I don’t really notice it as much if I’m sitting in a chair with good back and leg support. I’ll admit, there are some days when the pain is so severe that I reach for my bottles of ibuprofen and acetaminophen to calm the pain. A friend of mine who’s an avid cannabis user urged me to try CBD for my sciatic pain. Despite my hesitance and skepticism, I decided to try CBD. The person behind the counter at the CBD store told me that I could buy pure CBD or full spectrum CBD. He said the full spectrum CBD has other cannabinoids and terpenes that add to the qualitative effects, but I didn’t really know what that meant. I tried the pure CBD isolate and noticed some pain relief, but it was the full spectrum CBD that worked the best for my sciatic pain. Even if they cost more money, I would much rather take the full spectrumCBD products if I want repeatable benefits that don’t diminish from batch to batch.