CBD, as a whole, all CBD products, have stopped being beneficial to my cervicogenic headaches (CH).
Perhaps my body got used to it as a form of therapy but as a whole it stopped working on eliminating my kind of CH, occipital neuralgia.
It never really did work but stop the progression of the CH into something worse, it never completely eradicated it.
CBD in terms of effects on physical problems such as blown discs, osteoarthritis, spinal stenosis or nerve compressions does nothing at all overall. Sure it may lessen SLIGHTLY the severity of such a headache, but will do nothing on the actual pain associated with these conditions.
If you have a herniated disc pushing into your spinal canal causing nerve problems and pain, a liquid saviour will do nothing for you. These are mechanical issues and require mechanical solutions, not medicinal.
You may read that CBD has helped, as I’ve posted in the past originally, but over time those people will change their mind and write an article like this.
Don’t get sucked into the CBD market thinking it’s going to help your mechanical problems and deficits. It won’t. Chiropractic, massage, acupuncture, pain management procedures, those are for you. Not some praised magic liquid.
THESE STATEMENTS HAVE NOT BEEN EVALUATED BY THE FDA AND ARE NOT INTENDED TO DIAGNOSE, TREAT OR CURE ANY DISEASE. ALWAYS CHECK WITH YOUR PHYSICIAN BEFORE STARTING A NEW DIETARY SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM.
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