Deep Muscle Pain Roll-On with 360 mg Organic Full Spectrum CBD Oil
What is it?
360 mg Organic CBD Full Spectrum High Grade Hemp Extract (50mg/ml) Deep Muscle Pain Roll-On Essential Oil blend that is clinically tested and proven to be one of the most invigorating and enjoyable natural ways to manage strains, aches and pains, — and even serious, chronic pain.
Ingredients: USDA Certified Organic Hemp Oil, Full Spectrum CBD Hemp Extract, Peppermint Essential Oil, Black Pepper Oil, Lavender Essential Oil, Cold Pressed Arnica Oil, Rosemary Essential Oil, Marjoram Essential Oil, and Eucalyptus Essential Oil.
Science Behind the Formula:
How does CBD work on pain?
CBD and other cannabinoids are naturally occurring compounds that display potent anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties. They can promote the body’s healthy regulation of the central nervous, immune, and endocannabinoid systems.
Your body contains cell receptors known as cannabinoid receptors; Cannabinoids, found in cannabis, are agonists that are able bind to these receptors initiating a physiological response.
Together all of these cells make up the larger endocannabinoid system (ECS). If cannabinoid receptors are locks, then agonists – or the cannabinoids found in CBD – are keys. CBD interacts with cells in our bodies that we produce naturally called endocannabinoids. These cells are able to interact due to their similar composition.
Researchers believe that CBD interacts with receptors in your brain and immune system. Receptors are tiny proteins attached to your cells that receive chemical signals from different stimuli and help your cells respond. This creates anti-inflammatory and painkilling effects that help with pain management. This means that CBD oil may benefit people with chronic pain, such as chronic back pain.
CBD for chronic pain relief
Researchers think that CBD interacts with receptors in your brain and immune system. Receptors are tiny proteins attached to your cells that receive chemical signals from different stimuli and help your cells respond. This creates anti-inflammatory and painkilling effects that help with pain management. This means that CBD oil may benefit people with chronic pain, such as chronic back pain.
One 2008 review assessed how good CBD works to relieve chronic pain. The review looked at studies conducted between the late 1980s and 2007. Based on these reviews, researchers concluded CBD was effective in overall pain management without adverse side effects. They also noted that CBD was beneficial in treating insomnia related to chronic pain.
The authors of the study also noted that CBD was most helpful in people with multiple sclerosis (MS).CBD for arthritis pain relief
A 2016 study looked at the use of CBD in rats with arthritis. Researchers applied CBD gel to rats for four days in a row. They applied 0.6, 3.1, 6.2, and 62.3 milligrams per day. The researchers noted reduced inflammation and overall pain in the rats’ affected joints without side effects.
The anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effects of the CBD gel could hold promise for people with arthritis. However, more human studies are needed.
CBD for cancer treatment relief
CBD oil is also used by some people who have cancer. A few studies in mice have shown a reduction of cancerous tumors. But most human studies have involved research into the role of CBD oil in managing pain related to cancer and cancer treatment. The National Cancer Institute (NCI) has pointed to CBD as a possible option for relieving symptoms caused by chemotherapy.
One study by the NCI tested CBD oil extracts sprayed into the mouth. The CBD oil was used in conjunction with opioids. This study revealed better pain management with the help of CBD oil. But more research is still needed.
The National Cancer Institute warns against the use of CBD in children due to possible adverse effects on brain development.Peppermint essential oil is a very effective natural painkiller and muscle relaxant. It is especially helpful in soothing an aching back, sore muscles, and melting away a tension headache. A study shows that peppermint oil, rosemary, lavender, and eucalyptus applied topically has pain relief benefits associated with Post Operative Pain, Hemiplegic Shoulder Pain, Fibromyalgia, Myofascial Pain Syndrome, and other pain.
3.1.9. Postoperative Pain
Pain is common after almost any surgical procedure. Although analgesic medications are effective in reducing pain and nausea, uncomfortable side effects can prolong the healing process and increase hospitalization time . In a randomized control study to examine pain management after total knee replacement surgery, patients treated with eucalyptus aromatherapy experienced significantly lower pain and blood pressure than the control group . A study that examined lavender aromatherapy in patients recovering from breast biopsy surgery found that the aromatherapy group reported a significantly higher satisfaction with pain management than the control group, even though rates of pain, narcotic use, and discharge time were the same .
3.1.10. Hemiplegic Shoulder Pain
As many as 60% of patients who experience complete paralysis of half the body after stroke, a condition known as hemiplegia, complain of shoulder pain. Hemiplegic shoulder pain (HSP) is usually caused by muscle weakness, subluxation, and decreased motor strength. HSP is commonly treated with pharmacological interventions, but the side effects are often unpleasant and dangerous. Nonpharmacological treatments, such as exercise, massage, and biofeedback can reduce pain but are not always effective. A 2007 pilot study examined the benefits of lavender, rosemary, and peppermint oils on relieving HSP. The experimental treatment group received aromatherapy acupressure for 20 minutes twice a day to manage HSP. The pain levels of the treatment group were compared to a control group who received acupressure only without aromatherapy. Although pain was reduced in both groups, the aromatherapy group reported a 30% reduction in pain, compared to 15% reduction in pain for the control group .
There have been two studies
completed by the NIH that support this claim.
One research study conducted in 2010 resulted in a greater improvement
with the use of arnica oil on bruised skin. In another research study completed
in 2007, Arnica was demonstrated to reduce muscle soreness among marathon
Black Pepper Oil
A randomized controlled https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25192562 concluded that the use of marjoram, black pepper, lavender, and peppermint effectively reduced neck pain.
CBD oil side effects
CBD oil doesn’t pose significant risks for users. However, side effects are possible. These include:
- sleeping issues
Withdrawal symptoms are rare after you stop using it, and much rarer compared with addictive substances like opioids. Most withdrawal symptoms are related a return of the original symptoms of anxiety or pain.