Talk of the Town — When Pain Marches in, CBD Throws a Punch
“When pain marches in, CBD throws a punch to knock it out so let’s find out how to utilize this miracle natural compound.”
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FAQ for TODAY
Does pain pound you daily so you cannot conduct your work much less have fun in life?
TABLE of CONTENTS
- The Pain Monster
- Dosing for Pain
- Which to Dose for Pain
- “CBD Throws a Punch” Last Words
- Today’s Feature Post
- Strains CBD Weekly Specials “Spotte”
When Pain Marches in, CBD Throws a Punch – The Pain Monster
There are a variety of different types of pain and it can take over any part of our body. It can ruin any day and put us flat on our back or in the doctor’s office. Research shows that over 80% of individuals who decided to use CBD products did it because of pain. No matter what hemp flower strain you use, it will address your pain issues because every strain has CBD and often a high percentage.
The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) is often referred to as a cell-signaling system with a network of receptors throughout your body. Some scientists believe that CBD interacts with those receptors in your brain and immune system. The CB receptors are tiny proteins attached to our cells ‘and they receive chemical signals from different stimuli which is a message to that particular cell to respond. The response in turn creates anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effects that help to eliminate pain.
When Pain Marches in, CBD Throws a Punch – Dosing for Pain
There are continually new ways to dose CBD hemp buds. Since we are talking primarily about pain, some feel that a CBD-infused topical works best for pain, particularly joint pain. The skin has its own ECS which also has a network of CB receptors to “conduct” the CBD and other cannabinoids to the source and onto the ECS network in the body.
Dosing is important but not because you want to be sure to not overdose. You cannot overdose with CBD but you can underdose. Micro-dosing of CBD hemp flower is a technique of taking CBD in small doses throughout the day rather than one dose of 30 mg in the morning if you are dosing orally. The active life of CBD oil is from two to four hours. If you micro-dose, you could expand that active life of therapeutic benefits over the entire day.
Micro-dosing is taking 6 mg 5 times during the day rather than once in the morning or evening. This mostly applies to if you are dosing by using CBD oil tincture where you control the dosage because it is liquid. Dosing is something that you will have to experiment with because everybody’s body is different and the pain you are treating is different.
When Pain Marches, in CBD Throws a Punch –Which to Dose for Pain
CBD Isolate Roll-On at Dr. Strains CBD is simple to apply with it being on your fingers as well. You can roll it on the painful joint which has the potential to better address the pain than other methods. CBD Isolate is only CBD to the exclusion of all other cannabinoids, terpenes, and other natural compounds.
Then there is the CBD Sore Muscle Rub for body aches and pain that just will not go away. It is not only for arthritis in joint pains but muscle tension in your neck or back as well. This is a KushCare CBD product that is all-natural and handcrafted with its own infused CBD oil.
“The CBD Punch” Last
Pain does not need any introduction because rare is for the person who has not experienced it. There is chronic pain like neuropathy, all the different types of arthritis, fibromyalgia and many others too numerous to mention. There is acute pain like a dental abyss, appendicitis, or a broken bone.
It took me several tries to find the right dosing method such as oral or topical. I finally discovered the CBD roll-on to be the most effective for my osteoarthritis to the point that today, I rarely have pain. It is important to be consistent particularly in the beginning. I do not dose with the roll-on every day now after 2 years because my pain that caused an immovable joint has been mostly resolved. However, I am a lifetime CBD user because it works when you find your “sweet spot”
TODAY’S FEATURE POST
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Dr. Strains CBD Weekly Special “Spotte”
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Fuel Berry Indoor CBD Flower — Our Fuel Berry is in our top tier range at 16% CBD! With citrus and berry terpene profiles and hues of purple hairs, this hand-trimmed selection can’t be missed. There is limited stock so get on over to Dr. Strains CBD to buy your ¼ oz at ONLY $27.99.
Dr. Strains CBD has CBG Hemp Flowers
CBG-infused Special Sauce — Special Sauce is an Indica hybrid. Smokable Special Sauce hemp flower contains at least 18 unique terpenes including myrcene, caryophyllene and pinene. CBD is on the average between 14% – 19% and CBG at 0.61%. Awesome for night-time as a sleep aid, efficient for reducing pain, or providing an enchanting blanket of calm for the day, CBG is a shining star just rising in the cannabis world.
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Cherry Diesel — Infused with D8, this flower will have enhanced effects of the favorite Space Candy. Try a 1/2 oz. now for only $24.99!
Dr. Strains CBD has Topical Inventory
CBD Bath Shot – 60 mg of CBD to enhance your next bath and leave it smelling like roses and lavender. Your skin will come out all soft and silky.
You will find more topical options here.
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