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For most of us, pain is an unfortunate, but luckily fleeting part of life. For some, however, chronic pain can significantly impact areas that range from mobility to life quality and general well-being. Chronic pain is defined as any pain that lasts longer than 12 weeks. As many as eight in every 10 Americans has suffered from chronic pain at one point in their lives. For many people, chronic pain can go on for months or years without permanent relief. With many concerns regarding both the dangers and availability of narcotic pain relievers, more and more pain sufferers are looking into the relief potential of CBD.
What Is CBD?
CBD stands for cannabidiol, which is a cannabinoid discovered in 1940. CBD is one of just over 100 cannabiniods that can be found in both marijuana and hemp, which are both in the cannabis family. Hemp is a form of cannabis that contains almost no THC, which is the cannabinoid associated with the high from marijuana, which remains illegal at the federal level, despite being legalized in many states. Hemp, however, is a good source of beneficial cannabinoids like CBD. Because it is not intoxicating, hemp-derived products are legal to sell and consume throughout the country.
We take pride in making a high-quality and effective CBD product. Our CBD products are made with Colorado grown hemp. We extract CBD from hemp using a special process called Supercritical CO2. During Supercritical CO2 processing, hemp plant matter is exposed to high pressure in a CO2-rich environment. There is no heat, solvents or mechanical pressing involved. The result is the highest quality extract without damage to the CBD molecules.
What Kinds of Pain Can Be Helped with CBD?
Research is being performed on the effectiveness of CBD for relief of many kinds of chronic pain. In some cases, chronic pain is due to inflammation. CBD is known to be a beneficial anti-inflammatory. In others, pain can be related to painful muscle spasms. CBD’s antispasmotic effects have also been demonstrated in a number of studies. The following are the four most common types of chronic pain and the ways that CBD can help