As we all know that leading painkillers and pain relievers provide benefits but with a number of side effects. Due to this reason many people are turning to more natural ways to relief their pain. One of the natural and organic approaches to deal with various pains is to use CBD. CBD, as we are aware, provides a lot of medical advantages. It has been proved to relief various pains, skin diseases, diabetes, hypertension, anxiety, depression and stress. However, we are focused on finding a solution for arthritis by using CBD creams.
CBD creams are one of the most prevailing and anticipating products that contain Cannabidiol as a base compound. Cannabidiol or CBD is one of the cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. CBD is the non-psychoactive element in the cannabis plant. However, CBD is extracted from hemp plant that has high quantities of CBD. CBD creams are infused with CBD oil. It is used over the skin to help with numerous skin diseases, including skin cancer, eczema, psoriasis, rashes, and burns. CBD creams are also used by many people for dealing with arthritis and muscle or joint pains. It has been proven very effective in helping with inflammation and swelling of muscles.
Arthritis has become a physical disability that affects millions of people around the world. It is the leading cause of disability in the United States of America. It affects nearly 50 million Americans, there are two types of arthritis.
Rheumatoid arthritis RA: It is a disease in which a person is affected by inflammation, swelling and pain in joints and muscles. The hands and feet of patients are usually affected.
Osteoarthritis OA: it is a degenerative disease in which joint cartilages and bones are affected causing pain and stiffness. It mostly affects hip, knee and thumb joints.
There are various studies and researches done on animals proof the effects of CBD on helping with arthritis. A recent study done in 2016 by Hammell et al, degenerated promising results on the effects of CBD on arthritis. In this study, arthritic lab rats were closely monitored after being given CBD based gel. The resulting details were extraordinary, not only was the reduction in pain discovered but also a decrease in inflammation was witnessed. As a result, CBD creams alone can fight the two main elements of arthritis and can result in pain management and inflammation management. It was reported by Hammell et al, that the topical application of CBD creams has therapeutic potential for dealing with arthritis pain and inflammation without significant side effects.
Another study in 2011 revealed that CBD helps to reduce inflammatory pain in rats by interacting with stimuli through pain receptors. A 2014 review stated that CBD showed promising results in recovering OA joint pains in animals. Yet another research conducted in 2017 reported that CBD can be safe and heal for OA joint pain.
Besides these researches and studies, there is still much research work needed to be done on CBD and its products in order to reveal the hidden and outstanding medical qualities that CBD can provide to the world.
As the world is now quite aware of the anti-inflammatory results that CBD has on people, these anti-inflammatory effects of CBD creams help in soothing and relieving arthritis pain. CBD creams provide optimal benefits when used on the skin. It is applied to the topical layers of the skin so it does not enter the bloodstream of the patient. The main benefit of applying CBD cream is that it provides immediate relief to the specific part of the body where it has been applied. It gives a localized effect to relieve pain in the body. Patients with arthritis apply CBD creams directly to the area which has been inflamed or swelled. For example, if a patient is feeling pain in hands joints or knees then he will apply a layer of CBD cream which will act as an instant pain-reliever. This is a more natural and organic way to relief arthritis pain as compared to conventional painkillers.
When CBD is applied on the skin, it enters the body and combines with naturally occurring receptors in the human cannabinoid system called CB1 and CB2 receptors. The CBD cream interacts with the CB2 receptor, which is responsible for management of pain and inflammation. As a result, the body produces more receptors giving signals to the immune system to reduce inflammation and pain.
Arthritis is not a debilitating disease, but the pain associated with arthritis can give nightmares to the people who suffer from this ailment. A great alternative for people who are willing to use CBD for their pain and inflammation is to apply CBD creams to the affected area. CBD creams are better than CBD oil due to the fact that CBD creams have localized effect on the specific area that is causing pain while CBD oils are consumed orally so they have an overall generalized effect on the pain of a person’s body.
There are many CBD creams available in the market that have promised to provide efficient results in dealing with arthritis. Purekana’s CBD ointment, GreenRoad’s CBD pain cream, and Elixinol’s Topical balm range are few of the popular CBD creams available. Though cannabis has been legalized in many countries and 50 states of the USA, so it has become relatively easier to find different and numerous CBD products in the market and patients can easily purchase CBD creams from various websites online.
Though there are no adverse side effects of CBD creams, it is essential for people to first patch test the cream in order to rule out any allergies or sensitivities that one can have. Since CBD creams are made of different kinds of butter and essential oils, so if a patient has an allergy to some of the ingredients of CBD cream then he will likely to have an allergic reaction to the cream. Despite that CBD creams can help in relieving pain, inflammation and swelling.
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