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Treating Pain & Inflammation With Cannabis Oil

Treating Pain & Inflammation With Cannabis Oil

Inflammation is the root of many diseases, and can be related to autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis, and type 1 diabetes.  Inflammation is a negative force in the body which creates an immune imbalance.

The immune system may begin to attack it’s tissues if action is not taken immediately. Inflammation generally means that the body is trying to heal itself, making it a healthy response. It often signifies the beginning of a healing process, in a bid to protect the body. Inflammation is the body’s way of defending itself against viruses and bacteria, and to repairing damaged tissues, from injuries.

How Can Cannabis Oil Benefit Inflammation?

Cannabis oil is a natural anti-inflammatory, painkiller and healer.  CBD is the ideal therapy for inflammation as it is natural, alternative and has no side effects.  Furthermore, it offers natural anti-inflammatory compounds and immuno-suppressive qualities making it a perfect natural medication for injuries, and diseases like arthritis, multiple sclerosis, stiff muscles and various cancers.  CBD can help treat conditions of the central nervous system, brain and immune system. If used in combination with THC, CBD mitigates the psychoactive powers of the THC, and the two chemical compounds can treat chronic dis-ease.

Canna Spa guidelines for treatment:

Canna Spa ointment is the best option to use for any pain and inflammation. The main benefit is that it heals the muscles, and tissues while reducing inflammation and pain. We suggest that you use it three times a day, to begin with, and slowly lower to twice a day.  Once healing has taken place, it is best to maintain the healthy muscles and joints by using the topical cream once a day.

Using topical creams regularly, and saturating the painful area, allows better mobility of the joint.  CBD is a natural anti-inflammatory and brings immediate pain relief.  If the skin and joints are sore or showing signs of ageing or inflammation, CBD is the best therapy. Just rub in a small amount of  CBD ointment, and you will feel the effects in days.

 Studies have found that patients with arthritis have more CB2 receptors in their injured joints than healthy people. The CBD interacts with these receptors to cure the pain and repair the damage to the bones. Using topical creams regularly, saturating the painful area, allows better mobility of the joint. 

Canna Spa THC/CBD tincture can be taken in conjunction with the above for severe pain and swelling. It would be best, to begin with, three drops, three times a day, and then slowly reduce the dosage as healing takes place.

How Can Cannabis Oil Benefit Arthritis?

Studies have found that patients with arthritis have more CB2 receptors in their injured joints than healthy people. The CBD interacts with these receptors to cure the pain and even repair the damage to the joints. Using topical creams regularly, saturating the painful area, will allow better mobility of the joint. CBD is a natural anti-inflammatory and brings immediate pain relief. If the skin and joints are painful or showing signs of ageing or inflammation, CBD is the best therapy. Simply rub in a CBD cream and feel the effects in days.

Finally, if you are suffering from pain and inflammation, please combine the below with your Canna Spa treatment programme

– Join a regular yoga class 

– Walk regularly

– Eat healthily 

– Sleep at least 7 hours a night

– Meditate

– Drink warm ginger water throughout the day

– Drink a cup of turmeric tea before going to bed

– Acupuncture works wonders 

(Call Lesley- Ann for an apt at Life Retreat Spa:  082 4310640)

– Use hot/ ice packs depending on the ailment

– Cut out all sugar

– Take Aloe supplements

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