• 11 months ago

    CBD oil

    Ok so I have some CBD oil but I'm to scared to try it I'm a bit of a hypochondriac so change with my body is unnerving. So what I want to know is HOW SAFE IS IT. What are the chances that something could backfire and it make me worse? By the way my intended is for anxiety. Ingredients: purified water, glycerin, phosphatidylcholine complex (from non GMO sunflower lecithin), natural flavors, xanthan gum, potassium sorbate, natural herbs ( green tea leaf extract), ginger root extract, ginkgo leaf extract). And of course hemp oil extract from the stem and stalk it says. Each serving is 6.7 mg one serving is 1/2ml. And none of this has been evaluated by the FDA

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  • 11 months ago

    RE: CBD oil

    Are you taking any other medications?
  • 11 months ago
  • 10 months ago

    RE: CBD oil

    Is it, or anything similar, effective for neuropathy?
      • 10 months ago
        Not sure
      • 10 months ago
        I have heard that CBD oil can help with neuropathy pain, but that's just what I've heard and read a little bit on-line. I would do some research on it and even ask your doctor.
      • 10 months ago
        I have constant neuropathy in my feet. I did my research to find the best CBD oil on the market. After a several week trial period it did nothing! $60 down the toilet.. literally! All it did was provide a mild laxative result. Other than opioids, the only thing that can give temporary respite for me is a TENS device. Good luck on your search for help. If you find it please share to WebMD.
      • 10 months ago
        Have you tried Neurontin (gabapentin)? THe way it's supposed to be prescribed is the doctor starts you with a fairly low does, and then has you increase it bits at a time every few days to a week and you keep on increasing until it starts to treat the pain. You continue to increase only if there are no bad side effects or reactions.

        Many doctors (non-Neurologists) don't have their patients take the med like this and so both patient and doctor think it doen'st work for them. But in reality, they just may not have got up to a therapeutic dose. Obviously, sometimes that medicince simply doesn't work, but the above is the only way y ou know if you are taking enough to be effective.

        Talk with your doctor about it.

        Debbie
      • 10 months ago
        Thanks, Debbie. My doctor really suggests the lowest to begin and work up gradually.
      • 10 months ago
        Gabapentin is exactly what I'm taking, Debbie. So far, it's done absolutely nothing. I'm waiting on a lyrica membership that kind of provides Rx. at a lower cost. ??? Beyond that, that's all I know.
      • 10 months ago
        Gabapentin has been a lifesaver for me. Just started it two weeks ago. First week, twice a day but had to up to three times a day. Normally I forget midday pills but my feet give me an unfriendly reminder. It's so nice to walk and sleep again.
      • 10 months ago
        Glad it works for someone.
  • 10 months ago

    RE: CBD oil

    That's what I always think. Stuff comes with its own baggage. Thanks, you all. I appreciate your feedback.
  • 10 months ago

    RE: CBD oil

    I take it because of my pain from my Lupus, Scoliosis, headaches, Pancretitis and yes it helps.
  • 10 months ago

    RE: CBD oil

    Your question can't really be answered in my opinion because it hasn't been through the FDA process. Having said that, many "Natural" products haven't been through the process without consequences. No one really knows how much to tell you to take. They recommend you start with the lowest dose and increase until you find what works for you. What you have posted has so many "extra" ingredients that I wonder how much CBD is actually in it? In doing my research I haven't heard of any side effects... so far.
  • 10 months ago

    RE: CBD oil

    I have been taking CBD oil for over a year for severe fibromyalgia, rotator cuff issues, TMJ and knee pain. I am very pleased with the results. I take a 20mg capsule as needed and then repeat. I also take aspirin. My daily pain level is usually at a "6" on the pain chart. I have had fibro for 35 years and had many meds prescribed. Currently, one of my meds is morphine, which I try not to take often. But when the pain level goes to 7 or 8, I do use the morphine. I think the CBD is a good alternative.It relieves the pain most of the time or least makes it bearable. I have had absolutely NO side affects. I did a lot of research before choosing a company and I think that is imperative. Go with a company that has 3rd party independent testing.
  • 3 months ago

    RE: CBD oil

    I tried CBD oil and I liked the effect but I didn't really like the taste. So I started looking for other ways to treat stress and found a recipe for magic butter, read more https://www.marijuanabreak.com/magical-butter . It is very tasty and helps to fight against nervous tension perfectly, and the main thing that such product is absolutely natural and safe.