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A Beginner’s Guide to CBD for Injuries: Everything to Know

A Beginner’s Guide to CBD for Injuries: Everything to Know

The good news is, there are natural ways to help your injury and get you moving again. CBD for injuries is an effective, calming way to relieve feelings of pain from injuries. 

Before trying CBD, read on for everything you should know to get started. 

A Brief Background on CBD

Before buying and trying CBD, it’s important to know this powerful remedy’s background.

Cannabidiol, or CBD, is a chemical compound derived from the Cannabis Sativa plant. Often confused with marijuana, CBD has no psychoactive properties and won’t get you high.

It may help support wellness, promote relaxation, and reduce discomfort. With its analgesic properties, pain relief and injury recovery are common uses for CBD.

As CBD influences the receptors in your body, you may find yourself feeling calm, level-headed, and more stable. There is a wide variety of CBD products on the market that may provide relief when you’re injured. 

How to Use CBD for Injuries

Whether with oil, spray, balms, or any other type of CBD product, there is a product out there for everyone. For those taking CBD for the first time, it is often quick and simple. Depending on different types of injuries, the CBD product you take will differ.

If you’re suffering from back pain, a common injury for many, you may have pulled a muscle or slipped a disk. In this case, CBD may help reduce inflammation or tension in your back. Consider using a topical balm or spray and applying it directly to the area of pain. 

If you’re suffering from joint pain, you may have twisted the joint or overexerted yourself. With wrists, knees, and shoulders, it’s common for athletes to experience injuries. Consider using a CBD oil in a dropper. 

With a CBD oil dropper, add drops underneath the tongue, into food and drink, or in a vape pen. Before taking any CBD, be sure to know your proper CBD dosage. 

CBD Dosage

There is no one size fits all rule for CBD dosage. As your size, age, and needs differ, so will the dosage amount. 

The first step in determining how much CBD to take is by reading the product packaging. Your CBD packaging should be clear in the amount of each product. While some products tell you how much is in each serving, others will require your best judgment. 

Consider the injury you’re treating, its severity, and location on your body. We recommend starting with a low dosage and increasing in small amounts. This may be 20 to 40 mg per day, and increasing the amount by five mg after one week. 

Remember not to take too much CBD at one time. This can cause blurred vision, sleepiness, and dry mouth. By increasing your dosage in small amounts, you may find much-needed pain relief with CBD.

Try CBD for Injuries

If you’re suffering from pain, you may feel frustrated when recovering from injuries. This is natural. By trying CBD for injuries, you may find the relaxation and healing you deserve. 

Are you looking to try CBD? Contact us for more questions or recommendations on our high-quality products.

This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. 

Mia

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