If you’re looking for a natural way to relieve pain, talk to the physicians at Commonwealth Pain & Spine, with offices in Kentucky and Indiana, about hemp oil. You can use hemp oil topically to reduce pain and stiffness caused by arthritis, fibromyalgia, menstrual pain, and more. It’s not psychoactive and is legal to buy and use. Call the Commonwealth Pain & Spine office nearest you today to find out if hemp oil is right for you. Commonwealth’s Kentucky offices are in St. Matthews, Elizabethtown, Lexington, Crestview Hills, Owensboro, and London. Indiana offices are in Evansville, Vincennes, New Albany, Carrollton, and Jasper. They also serve patients from Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati, Ohio.
Hemp oil is a product made from specific varieties of the cannabis plant. Cannabis includes different chemicals, including tetrahydrocannabinol and cannabidiol. Tetrahydrocannabinol is the psychoactive compound that causes the “high” sensation, while cannabidiol reduces inflammation and provides pain relief.
Hemp oil is made from parts of the plant that don’t include significant amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol and won’t make you high. However, it does include some cannabinol.
Your physician could recommend that you try hemp oil to treat osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis. You might also find that hemp oil alleviates other chronic pain conditions, including pain from multiple sclerosis and chemotherapy.
Your brain and immune system have receptors that connect with cannabinol in your system, which reduces inflammation and stimulates other pain-reducing effects throughout your body. However, medical researchers are still studying hemp oil and its medicinal uses.
Hemp oil can provide effective pain relief. It’s all natural and is legal throughout the United States. You can use hemp oil topically or take a few drops orally for pain relief.
Hemp oil doesn’t have any psychoactive properties so it won’t get you high or cause a positive drug test, although you could find that your sleep improves.
It’s not addictive and can reduce your need for other pain-relieving medications. In fact, many patients find that they’re able to stop using pain medication when they start using hemp oil.
The physicians at Commonwealth Pain & Spine recommend hemp oil for a wide range of pain conditions. The best way to find out if hemp oil is right for you is to schedule a consultation and talk to your physician about your symptoms, overall health, and lifestyle. Your doctor will answer any questions you have about hemp oil and how to use it. If your physician thinks hemp oil will relieve your pain, you can purchase some before you leave the office.
Call Commonwealth Pain & Spine to make an appointment today to learn more about hemp oil and if it’s right for you.