Best CBD For Pain Without THC | Hemp CBD Oil For Pain Management

best cbd for pain management

Have you heard of CBD? Cannabidiol, or CBD for short, is getting a lot of attention lately – and for good reason. The hemp-based compound offers many of the same therapeutic benefits as medical marijuana, but without any psychoactive effects. Using CBD hemp oil for pain is an effective alternative to harsh prescription drugs. Every Day Optimal CBD specializes in making the best hemp derived CBD oil in the United States, 100% THC free.

What Can Pain Issues Can CBD Oil Help With?

One of the great things about cannabidiol is that it can help with a number of different conditions, including insomnia, muscle pain, joint pain, and psychological problems like stress and anxiety. CBD can also reduce neuropathic pain and discomfort associated with difficult to treat pain conditions such as fibromyalgia.

Though cannabidiol full therapeutic potential has yet to be realized, it’s clear that it has a lot to offer chronic pain patients – especially for those with difficult to treat pain.

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List Of Pain Issue CBD Can Treat

  • Back Pain
  • Muscle Aches
  • Arthritis
  • Joint Pain
  • Nerve Pain
  • Bone Aches
  • Fibromyalgia nerve pain
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Chronic Pain
  • Much more!

What Type Of CBD Works Best For What Type Of Pain?

It can be difficult for first time users to figure out what kind of CBD might be best for them. There are a lot of options to choose from, so which one is best?

It depends on your goals, and your body.

You can administer CBD in several different ways.

Sublingually (dropping the oil under the tongue)

Ingesting (taking or eating capsules or gummies)

Topically (using a pain cream or balm)

Vaping/Smoking (vaporizing cbd e-liquids)

How CBD is administered affects how it enters your body and bloodstream, thus, affecting how it works for you.

Sublingual Administration

Dropping the CBD under your tongue can provide quick, effective relief for pain issues as well as stress and anxiety. Your body absorbs the CBD quickly, and it comes on strong in most cases.  For physical pain issues, this can be great for those moments of intense agony. Mentally, it’s wonderful for those moments of high stress. You skip the digestion process and get right into the bloodstream with this administration method.

Ingesting

In many cases our customers report to use that our tinctures come on fast and strong, while our capsules kick in slowly but provide longer lasting relief. This makes perfect sense. By eating a CBD capsule or edible gummy the CBD is subject to the bodily processes of digestion in order to enter the bloodstream.

Topically

CBD pain creams are fantastic for muscle aches and nagging stiffness. Rubbing the CBD cream directly onto the affected areas gives your body relief exactly where it needs it.

Vaping/Smoking

Vaping CBD in the form on an e-liquid can provide fast and effective relief for many ailments. One of the unique benefits of vaping is how quickly it enters the bloodstream (also known as its bioavailability). The speedy delivery of vaping is particularly appealing for those who use CBD for pain relief, or anxiety. Fast-acting relief is important for relieving nausea, curbing migraines, and anxiety attacks resulting from panic disorder or PTSD. While the health benefits of CBD don’t depend upon the way it’s ingested, preliminary research into cannabinoids suggests that vaping allows your body to absorb more CBD than some other methods, such as edibles[2]. With edibles and capsules, CBD must pass through the digestive system and liver, which can take a long time and can reduce how much is absorbed. Vaping, on the other hand, is nearly instant, since it skips these physiological processes.

Jack Isler, MD, practiced Critical Care Medicine and was an Anesthesiologist for 33 years. A large focus of his practice was on nutrition in the critically ill (Master’s in Nutrition). Books: 21 Broken Bones, A Self-help Guide for the Chronic Pain Patient Marijuana: It’s an Herb with an Asterisk Personal blog: “21brokenbones”—a blog on new pain relief therapies
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Jack Isler, MD, practiced Critical Care Medicine and was an Anesthesiologist for 33 years. A large focus of his practice was on nutrition in the critically ill (Master’s in Nutrition). Books: 21 Broken Bones, A Self-help Guide for the Chronic Pain Patient Marijuana: It’s an Herb with an Asterisk Personal blog: “21brokenbones”—a blog on new pain relief therapies

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  2. Bill says:

    Best way to get cbd into my body for chronic pain and nerve pain. Gummies or vamping? Which brand is most effective. Which offer free trails. Non THC only pls

  3. Stacia says:

    Is it possible to get hemp cbd ? I gave some a lot of reading and I’m confused. I wanted to try the hemp cbd since I already used cbd. If I do the hemp will there be thc in it ??

  4. Judith Ann Hecht says:

    Is this product safe to take if your on other prescribed medication? Is there any type medication that cannot be used while taking the CBD Oil?

    • Every Day Optimal says:

      Hey Judith,

      Thanks for writing in. We always recommend speaking with your physician before starting CBD. CBD does interact with medications in different ways, so it’s important to consult your doctor.

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