Patients Rheumatoid arthritis
CBD oil or THC/CBD for pain management?
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Does anyone have any experience with using CBD and/or THC with CBD for pain management with RA?
Any positive results or input?
MJ just became legal for medicinal purposes here, but I have never really even given it a thought - not even the legal form CBD - but I am now as pain hs been getting progressively worse... seeing if anyone has had any personal experience here.
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THC has positive results!
According to Dr. Bearman's (Practical Pain Management ) recommendation the amount of CBD or THC you Use matters . He recommends starting with a 7.5mg of of THC for chronic pain three to four times a day. The most likely effect is that (a) it’s not going to make their pain go away, and (b) they’re not going to get high. After two weeks increase the dosage to 15mg .
In Dr. Bearman's experience, doses of THC less than 15 mg generally don’t provide pain relief. Doses may be increased if necessary, best guided under a doctor’s orders, to achieve pain relief without unacceptable side effects. The key to using medical cannabis for pain is two-fold. For starters, a personalized approach is needed. Each person is different, and many adjustments may be needed to zero in on the dose that controls pain with minimal side effects. It’s also important to start on a low dose of THC... Check out more information on Hi On Nature and Practical Pain Management sites .
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