At one point it was hard to find properly sourced and inspected CBD oils and creams, but nowadays they’re literally everywhere
I have been seeing the same family doctor since I was a child. He was fresh out of medical school and full of energy. First he was my doctor and then my mom started seeing him regularly as well. Although it has been 20 years, he is still practicing in my hometown, but his office is much bigger and is on the other side of town now. He has so many patients that he’s no longer taking new ones, which makes me thankful that I’ve been on his patient roster for two decades and I plan on keeping it that way. Recently a lot of doctors were pressured by state regulators to back off on prescribing pain medication. Although this might keep it out of the hands of people who shouldn’t take it, the rules also disportionately affect chronic pain patients negatively. He has to seek other options sometimes, and that’s why he has started recommending CBD products to some of his patients with acute or chronic pain. After the 2018 Farm Bill, you can find CBD in supermarkets, pharmacies, supplement stores, and supercenters. At one point it was hard to find properly sourced and inspected CBD oils and creams, but nowadays they’re literally everywhere. Since I personally have a medical marijuana card in my state, I have asked my pot doctor about CBD and pain relief. He told me that it’s really effective for extremity pain, but he’s not completely sure about spinal injuries and broken bones. For that kind of pain, he recommends high THC products if you can get access to a medical marijuana card.