I have been taking The Plus Gold 15mg for pain. I have suffered with fibromyalgia ,arthritis and incompetent veins for more than thirty years. Two bouts of Cancer and the accompanying chemo have further increased my discomfort. I was using Opiods (60 a month) to manage pain when I decided to give CBD a try. I started taking one a day for five days and was amazed that my comfort level was the same as with the Norco. I decided to try two a day and am now completely pain free. I feel like I can run to the door and race down the street. Ufortunately my body has lost the muscle and memory to do just that. I am now exercising to rebuild my muscles, stretching and basically relearning to use my body again. I even had to relearn bending my knees as I walk with a walker rather than shuffling. I feel truly blessed. Oh, I have been taking this for two months. Because I don’t hurt I can be up and mobile for very long periods of time. The extra activity has made me loose eleven pounds (without dieting),!!
Although I’m no physician, and am not qualified to recommend any drugs for any specific medical purposes, and you should consult your doctor when considering the consumption of anything that may be medicinal: If you’re looking to experiment with CBD products, you might consider looking for CBD products that are “whole plant” extract based from very high CBD cultivars. If you’re in a State that has a legal Cannabis system, you may also find more therapeutic benefits from non-hemp derived CBD products.
i am on steroids for auto immune disease and been on it for four months. I SEE NOTHING as far as interfering. Honestly they don’t know. I read yes it does and then i read no it does not. It has helped me sleep pain not so sure but sleeping and anxiety. I do not take it during the day. The list pretty much includes all drugs…Honestly come on…My pharmacist is very helpful more so than doctors about drugs. I take capsules fro Charlotte’s Web…Do your research The best to all of you that suffer. Not easy.
This is why Amanda Oliver, 31, a career consultant in Charleston, SC, pops a CBD gummy bear each night before bed. “I used to lie there tossing and turning as my mind raced from work projects to whether I had set the home alarm,” Oliver says. One piece of candy with 15 milligrams (mg) of CBD is enough to shut off her brain and facilitate sleep. She also swears by the CBD oil she takes at the height of her period, which she says quells her debilitating cramps.
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