In order for cannabis and its hundreds of constituents to contribute to mainstream healthcare in a quantifiable way, it needs research-backed legitimacy. And that’s why, right now, we’re in the middle of a research boom. Scientists, doctors, and researchers are looking into why CBD (in particular, due to its non-psychoactive properties) makes an amazing, accessible treatment option. And especially in the area of pain.
While pain is very subjective and only the person experiencing it can express the severity, we all see the effects, including on employment and therefore financial independence, on freedom of movement and social opportunity, and on our potential overall. Pain is a bummer, in other words. The less we need to deal with it, the better.
We know that people have been treating pain with cannabis for over 5000 years, but how does it work, and how can you use it?