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Cannabidiol (CBD) for Neuropathic (Nerve) Pain – Fact-Based Review

Neuropathic pain is nerve pain caused by damage or disease affecting the nerve system. Neuropathic pain goes by many names including neuropathy, radiculopathy, neuralgia, neuritis, and causalgia. Because nerve tissue is one of the most fragile and sensitive tissues in the body, nerve pain can be very disturbing and disabling – and sometimes chronic. There are various prescription medications for neuropathic pain such as gabapentin (Neurontin) that may cause undue side effects in some people. Cannabidiol (CBD) is emerging as a natural supplement for nerve pain syndromes as research suggests CBD can help with neuropathic pain relief – with an excellent safety profile as well.

Cannadibiol (CBD) is a natural cannabinoid of the Hemp plant which is federally legal in the U.S. In fact, the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services was issued patent #6630507 for “Cannabinoids as Antioxidants and Neuroprotectants” in 2003. CBD has been found to have potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties useful in the treatment and prevention of age-related oxidation associated diseases.

This video will answer the questions a) What is cannabidiol (CBD), b) Where does CBD come from? c) When is CBD legal? d) How can CBD be available? e) Why would you want CBD? and f) Which is a great CBD product, and why? Specifically: HempMeds (Green Label CBD capsule) is certified by the U.S. Hemp Authority, grown on a Certified Organic farm, Triple-Lab tested, made from full-spectrum cannabinoid hemp oil, comes in pre-measured 25mg CBD capsules combined with 200mg turmeric (curcumin) and white willow bark (salicin) producing natural, safe, and effective synergistic support for neuropathic (nerve) pain.

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DISCLAIMER: Always check with your health care provider and/or prescribing physician before starting, changing, or discontinuing any dietary supplements or medications. This video is a fact-based overview of cannabidiol (CBD) but not intended to be a comprehensive source of information.


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