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Yes, there is. CBD is beginning to receive acknowledgement from some respected quarters about its effectiveness in respect of arthritis pain management.
Being overweight causes more pain for those with some forms of arthritis, particularly osteoarthritis in the knees and hips (Arthritis Action, 2020). Alcohol and smoking can also trigger forms of arthritis, such as gout and rheumatoid arthritis (Arthritis Action, 2020).
Are there other opinions of CBD helping to reduce Arthritis Pain?
The research undertaken by Philpot et al (2017) shows drugs that target the ECS could regulate arthritis and inflammatory joint disease. Indeed, many people using CBD to manage their arthritis pain can confirm that CBD does help reduce it. This is despite few cases of scientific research or clinical studies being conducted, as commented by Shmerling (2020). Such research would support many of our customers positive experiences concerning our CBD products and their arthritis pain management.
Like our CBD oil, our CBD capsules can be taken 2 or 3 times a day, sublingually, to provide you with a slow-release of CBD. Taken with a drink, the capsules enter your digestive tract, with no after taste. With regular use, the positive effects of CBD become more consistent. This method is ideal for those with long-term conditions, like arthritis and anxiety.
Common arthritic symptoms include swelling, stiff and painful joints, redness around the joint and a reduced range of motion (Healthline, 2020). The most common type of arthritis is osteoarthritis, which affects approximately 9 million people in the UK. The majority of osteoarthritis sufferers are women or those with a family history of it (NHS, 2018).