New Guidelines for Patients who Want to use CBD for Joint Pain

CBD is used for pain relief as well as in sports sector. Its sudden boom is due its many beneficial factors. But after its many uses too, there are no safe guidelines on how to use it.

The Arthritis foundation laid down some rules for using CBD usage for patients. Kevin Boehnke, a research investigator who works in anesthesiology at the University of Michigan said that they wanted to put out some guidelines on how to use it effectively.

The guidelines don’t say the drugs you should use but guide about how much you should take and how.

After the farm  bill passed in 2018 the BBDs only have 8-10% of THC – tetrahydrocannabinol. These products do not make you high. But are made from a different compound. Because of this new developments CBD is now used to help with pain relief. And now that people suffering from arthritis heard about it they want to use it.

The Arthritis foundation did a survey of over 2600 patients and it found that out of that, 80% of the patients either used CBD, or are considering using it.

CBD heals people and help with pain relief but before any tests are done, the foundation warned patients to use it in lower doses. If CBD did not help patients can use THC. But only patients from that state can use it where THC is legal.

The foundation also urges patients to use CBD and THC only when recommended by a physician. And only buy it from a reputed retailer so there isn’t a problem with the dosages or the product.

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