Three new CBD studies find that many patients with chronic pain are trying CBD, reporting symptom benefit, and even reducing their other pain medications.
A recent Chinese study discovered that the CBD’s neuroprotection is due to its effects on mitochondria, the furnaces that produce energy in our cells. And this means CBD might be able to help mitochondrial function in other conditions like fibromyalgia, too.
More FAQ on CBD including a comparison of inhalation, sublingual or oral routes, and whether CBD has any cardiac side effects.
There is a big need to go beyond the hype of CBD and look at the experience of real patients, and so I gathered information from a chart review of 20 of my clinic patients that tried CBD.
Answers to FAQ about safety and legality of CBD, how to access medical-grade products
While there have been no studies that looked at CBD specifically for fibromyalgia, we can review the science of how CBD works in the body generally, and the research that has been done on its medicinal effects in both humans and animals.