Does CBD Oil Help Pain?

Many people use CBD oil for pain management. Pain is THE most cited reasons for using CBD oil. This might be for arthritis, migraines, MS, or any other type of pain.

Your body has an endocannabinoid system (ECS) that receives and translates signals from cannabinoids. Your body also produces some of its own cannabinoids. These are called endocannabinoids. The ECS helps to regulate functions such as sleep, immune-system responses, and pain.

So it is likely that CBD oil does effect pain. Let’s see what science tells us…

Scientific Studies On CBD Oil And Pain

This following concluded there “was accumulating evidence for various therapeutic benefits of cannabis/cannabinoids, especially in the treatment of pain, which may also apply to the treatment of migraine and headache.” It also went on to conclude that CBD oil may also assist in helping wean people off addictive opioids –

This 2017 study shows that CBD oil helps pain relief in rats when given a surgical incision –

This shows CBD oil’s effectiveness for physical pains.

This following study shows that CBD oils are good for inflammatory and neuropathic pain –

This following scientific source shows that adults with chronic pain are “more likely to experience a clinically significant reduction in pain symptoms” when treated with CBD oil –

The same source also shows that sufferers of MS are likely to experience fewer muscle spasms when treated with CBD oil –

This following study was conducted by applying CBD oil onto rats skin who suffered from induced arthritis. It concluded that “CBD application has therapeutic potential for relief of arthritis pain-related behaviours and inflammation without evident side-effects.” –

Please CLICK HERE To Read More About CBD Oil And Arthritis

Final Thoughts

Whilst more research is needed, studies so far clearly indicate that CBD oil relieves many different types of pain. Headaches, arthritis, MS, physical pain, and fibromyalgia pain all seem to respond well to CBD oil.

As time goes by, more studies will be completed, which will show the areas of pain management that CBD oil is most effect for.

It may also be the case that different strains of cannabis help different types of pain more effectively. Over time knowledge of this area will increase, meaning even more effective pain treatments for CBD oil in the future.

Written by

Jon Rhodes

Jon Rhodes is a clinical hypnotherapist, musician, and health and personal development enthusiast from the UK. He also runs www.HypnoBusters.Com