Pain

Pain is an unpleasant sensation and emotional experience linked to tissue damage that allows the body to react and prevent further damage. Burning one’s finger on a hot stove results in relatively few cells actually being damaged, but nearly all of the 3-trillion cells in the body react to move the finger away from the heat. The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is the body’s signaling system responsible for mobilizing the pain response, repairing damaged tissue, restoring homeostasis and relieving pain. When the body experiences acute or chronic pain due to an injury, the body’s natural-pain-relieving systems can be overwhelmed and opioids such as Fentanyl, Oxycodone, and Tramadol are used to relieve symptoms of pain through limited interactions with the body’s ECS. Unfortunately, opioids are addictive. The CBD in Hemp oil are non-addictive and interact directly with different ECS targets responsible for relieving symptoms of pain. Hemp oil with CBD is used by millions of people as a supplement for the body’s ECS system responsible for managing chronic pain, joint pain and arthritis.

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