Unlike the most well-known cannabinoid, CBD is not psychoactive, so it won’t make you ‘high’.
If you’re interested to see whether CBD oil may help alleviate your MS symptoms, it is available in the form of tinctures, sprays and gummy sweets, which can be ingested, as well as e-liquid for vape pens and creams for topical application. However, before trying, it’s important to consult your doctor.
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These strains contain very little to no THC (the psychoactive cannabinoid). In fact, there are strict regulations in place with regard to CBD oil’s THC content, as well as the conditions of sale.
But what exactly is CBD oil and could it be the solution for MS sufferers? We speak to Janice Sykes, Information Officer at MS Trust, about the research surrounding CBD oil and MS:
More research is needed, but scientists think CBD may help with these MS symptoms:
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Frontiers in Neurology: “Cannabidiol to Improve Mobility in People with Multiple Sclerosis.”
It comes in many forms. You can find CBD in:
The FDA hasn’t approved CBD to treat multiple sclerosis, or MS. Studies are ongoing, but the evidence is mixed. Here’s what we know.