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All About CBD Oil

All About CBD OilThere has been a steady increase in the interest and research of the medical marijuana field as of late, but it is by no means a new discovery. According to Carl Sagan, a popular and credible scientist, the cannabis plant may have been the world’s first agriculture crop dating back roughly 12,000 years ago. Fast forward to 1850 and Cannabis was added to the list of The U.S. Pharmacopeia. The U.S. Pharmacopeia describes its role as demonstrating “identity, strength, purity, and quality for medicines, dietary supplements, and food ingredients.” As you can tell, cannabis was associated as a medicine over 150 years ago. However, this was a time where the research was centered on the entire plant rather than the individual compounds it consists of. Approximately another 150 years later, the British government contracted a pharmaceutical company to grow cannabis and monitor it closely for the ability to harness consistent extracts of specific compounds for clinical trials. This was in 1998. That same year GW Pharmaceutical’s co-founder, Geoffrey Guy, presented his findings toward the development of cannabis-based medicine that did not produce any psychoactive effects at an International Cannabinoid Research Society meeting. All of his research pointed to the healing power of one compound, cannabidiol, which is commonly known as CBD. However, he wasn’t the first to discover CBD’s ability. In fact, it is reported that even Queen Victoria of the 19th century used CBD-rich cannabis as a remedy for menstrual cramps! However, these CBD-rich strains have been weeded out (no pun intended!) during the upswing of recreational marijuana use. The majority of users were indeed looking for the psychoactive effects that other compounds of cannabis offered, such as THC. So unfortunately, cannabis began to gain a reputation of something only able to get you “high,” versus the healing abilities of CBD that many have been, and still are, studying.

So what exactly is CBD?

8 Ways Topical Pain Relievers Are Better For You

How Topical Pain Relievers Are Good For YouWhile oral medications are an option to combat body pain, they can produce unwanted side effects. That’s where topical pain relievers come in! They are a proven, well-controlled pain relief option. Topical pain relievers can be prescribed by a doctor or bought over-the-counter. If you are looking to buy one, it is recommended to look for something that contains menthol or methyl salicylate, since the FDA recognizes them as pain-relieving topical agents.

Here are 8 reasons to consider using a topical pain reliever like Real Time Pain Relief!

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What they say about Real Time Pain Relief

I had been out daily, doing about 3 miles a day either on an elliptical or speed walking, and all of a sudden my knees started really bothering me.
Average: 5 (1 vote)

Colleen G - Raleigh, North Carolina

I was just walking by a stand and over heard them talking about pain relief so I skeptical as always went back to prove it didn't work. I have severe tennis elbow and could not fully extend my arm or make a fist.
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Patricia Bernal - Alice, Texas

I just received the one single pack in the mail, used it on my back, my mother applied it on me and my back felt better and I was able to cook a whole dinner without having to sit down a million times and then my mom told me she was able to close her
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Kelly H - Houma, Louisiana

I could not believe a "lotion" could make my pain subside. My knee swells and hurts because of a previous injury. Some nights I cannot sleep - I just can't hold my leg right for my knee to stop hurting.
Average: 5 (1 vote)

Vicki W. - Columbia, Missouri

I was recently diagnosed with degenerated disc disease, scoliosis, and arthritis all in my lower back. My doctor prescribed me a arthritis pain pill but it had so many side effects that I was afraid to take it.
Average: 5 (1 vote)

T Rainey - Durham, North Carolina

After having an operation on my knee several years ago I developed a major case of arthritis. I used RTPR about two months ago and it took a few applications to work but it did work. That is the GOOD news.
Average: 5 (1 vote)

Ernest G - Randolph, Massachusetts

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