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Posted on 6/4/19 11:36 AM
I know this is an extensive discussion I had a few months ago but further down the line can anyone recommend a good reliable CBD oil that they have had good results. My pain is becoming unmanageable as I can't take any prescription drugs. I did get one bottle of CBD oil SIMPLY CBD 1000 but found it over stimulated me. It would be good to hear what other people can recommend. I am also on the anti depressants CITALOPRAM Thanks a lot.
Beginning of the discussion - 6/11/19CBD oil https://www.carenity.co.uk/forum/fibromyalgia/living-with-fibromyalgia/cbd-oil-2846
Posted on 6/11/19 10:11 PM
i don't know much bout CBD oil, but if you go to a good health store, they will be best to advice you what one would be best for fibromyalgia. Best of luck. 😊
Posted on 7/8/19 3:31 PM
I'm still persevering with finding the right CBD too, as found no pain relief from the one I tried.
I recently switched to the "Loveburgh" brand, but no change. They do have different strengths so will move up a dose and see, but it's not been the magic pill everyone keeps suggesting to me ☹️☹️☹️
Posted on 7/9/19 6:14 PM
I spoke to my doctor about CBD oil, who bless him passed the buck to the pharmacist I use regularly.. He in turn came back with the all clear on all but one of the meds I have to take, he didn't rule it out just be careful and see how things go.
So, I've looked into everything now it's time to buy some so off to H & B I trot, dragging hubby and his wallet as I was told it would be expensive.... We speak to a very nice young lady who recommended a capsule as I have tremor and not sure the drops would be a success
Well I'm not sure what I was expecting to happen but apart from effecting my breathing which the chemist thought might happen nothing, no pain relief no relief with the tremor, nothing.. . Stopped it for a week until the breathing settled then took it again for 2 weeks then breathing problems again, I've done this four times and there has been no change, so it looks like CBD doesn't work for me 😭😭😭
Posted on 7/10/19 12:42 PM
Oh I'm so sorry to hear this, Maggie Mae ☹️
I think it's definitely not the cure all everyone keeps saying it is to me.
I read yesterday about topical cbd products to rub into skin? I'm going to try these as found some online. Maybe they'll work better for me 👻
Posted on 7/11/19 10:12 AM
@Hidden username .. Thank you, I'll have a look into this...it's my own fault I went into it thinking 'this is it' but I should have realised that when it started to effect my breathing it was going to be a no no 😒... But hey ho I tried it and I now know it's not for me, move on and see what's next... You take care now and fingers crossed 🤞 you get a good result. Sonia 😀 x
Posted on 7/11/19 11:55 AM
@Hidden username thank you! You too! Ghost hugs 👻🤗👻
Posted on 7/12/19 11:54 AM
@Hidden username @Hidden username Thank you all for sharing :) It can be interesting to see how CBD seems to be a miracle for some but doesn't really have an impact on others.
@Hidden username Don't forget to give us some feedback once you have tried it :)
Posted on 8/2/19 3:53 AM
I have tried quite a few over the past couple of years and find that vaping or chewables seem to work faster for me than putting under my tongue plus it comes in all kinds of flavours.
Firstly i wouldnt recommend Holland & Barrett if your pain is bad as they're products aren't that strong so better for mild pain or sleeping aid.
CBD Brothers have been the best so far, also kanavape are good, They are more expensive than some but definitely worth it. They both offer numerous ways of taking it and are completely legit companies (anyone can make it in their kitchen) that can verify independent lab testing by 2/3 labs (which you should always ask your supplier for before you buy) for product quality, proof of ingredients and to ensure legal levels of THC and have been approved by trading standards Food & Hygiene.
Hope that helps and you find one that works soon xx
Posted on 8/2/19 3:55 AM
@Hidden username i read it has something to do with each person's own endocanabanoid system and their receptors x