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Does Anybody On Ab Use Cbd Oil And Find It Works?

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Apc2604 | 15:29 Sun 29th Mar 2020 | Body & Soul
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A few use it I believe, depends on what you want it for.
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Chronic pain Mamya. i have many issues associated wIth hypermobility syndrome and osteo arthritis in most joints, and dreadful back pain.
I cant tolerate any strong pain killers or even over the counter codeine. They all cause hallucinations even at low doses. I can't take ibuprofen because of gastric isdues and blood thinners. I take 20mg amitriptaline at night, which works. I sleep well. But during the day all I have is paracetamol. Pain Clinic has suggested cbd oil.
Read this thread and see if there's any advice or help.

https://www.theanswerbank.co.uk/Body-and-Soul/Question1590019.html
If you decide to take the advice of your Pain Clinic - do ask them about different brands and what dose they suggest. As far as I know it is sold in many different strengths - sometimes a minefield to understand.
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Thanks Mamya. That was helpful. I have bought some from Holland and Barratt but was hesitating. I feel quite desperate. So here goes.
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I have the 5 strength Rosie.

I am also having counselling as the pain Clinic suggested.
That sounds excellent. I do hope you get some relief x
Hi Apc I have EDS, Crohns disease and Arthritis , also suffering terrible anxiety ( menopause related )
I have been taking CBD oil capsules for about a year now. The anxiety has pretty much gone and I have been able to cut my Morphine down from 75, to 25 on good days, 50 if I am really bad.
This is all with the approval of my GP.
I buy my CBD oil caps from Healthspan, a good , reputable company, and have recommended them to lots of people.
I would say tho,they don't suit everybody, they didn't do anything for my sister.
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Oh thank you for replying Sparkles. I was first diagnosed with EDS 3 at the age of 63/64 after years of false diagnoses. I have now been
told under the new criteria that I don't have EDS, but do have hypermobility spectrum disorder. I also suffer from chronic anxiety. I have had two hernia repairs and one replacement shoulder over an 28 month period. I cannot tolerate opiates or opiods even at low dose. I now need another new shoulder and new knee and my feet need pinning, but have decided I cant cope with further ops!

It's so good to talk to someone who understands. And thanks for the tip about healthspan. X
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18 months, not 28. I also have Diverticular disease/IBS. The current situation isn't helping!
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I aldo thought Boris and Matt Hancock looked awful for a few daysefore they declared they had the virus.
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