Pain relievers come in many shapes and sizes and today they are far from your Mother’s aspirin. You can now completely avoid over-the-counter (OTC) pills, and prescription medications by using a cannabis edible for pain relief. I know … it was music to my ears, too! If you’re still not sure, many people say that cannabis edibles are different than smoking. They take on a much heavier, more encompassing body “high” that really is more of a euphoria coupled with overall pain relief.
Top 5 Cannabis Edibles for Pain Relief
A study from the University of California Berkeley and Kent State University made it very clear that cannabis is a preferred alternative to pills for pain relief noting that people in the study who used cannabis and opioid painkillers reported using less pills after trying cannabis – 93% of them!
So, let’s take a look at the best cannabis edibles for pain relief. Grab a bib … you may drool.
1. Charlotte’s Web. For hemp based pain relief products, the concentration of active cannabidiol (CBD), and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) cannabinoids are generally low, around 3.5 percent for CBD, and usually less than 1 percent for THC – the psychoactive compound in cannabis. Charlotte’s Web offers a range offers a range of 100% legal hemp-based cannabis products that you can use at home to relieve pain with natural plant compounds. Choose from Everyday Hemp Oil, Everyday Advanced, And Everyday Plus Hemp Oils, Hemp Infused Balms, Cream and even Paws Doggie Dropper Hemp Extract. There’s something for everyone at Charlotte’s Web – and they can ship anywhere!
2. Pot-O-Coffee. For low dose cannabis edibles for pain relief, reach no further than your morning cup of Jo. It’ll definitely put a pep in your step not to be in pain, and you’ll get the flavor of your favorite beverage too. Choose from ultra-convenient K-cups, ready-to-drink cold brew, or even coffee shots. The deeply flavorful brew is sure to please in any form with highly-potent ISO99 cannabinoid concentrates (10mg of cannabinoids per ml).
3.Organabus Organic CBD. If you need a mega dose of pain relieving cannabis, call for the Organabus! This 100% organic cannabis line includes some of the most sought after extractions shown to offer immense benefits to your health. There are tons of products here to help you green up your pain relief regimen including CBD vape oil, gummies, capsules and pet hemp oil, too! Grab a mega dose of Organic CBD with 1,000 mg edible drops. Just put them on your tongue, or add them to your favorite beverage including tea, juice, or even water.
NOTE: This company gets extra points for their new release of CBD Sugar Stix. Check them out for a little pick-me-up from 100 MG organic CBD in pure cane sugar.
4. JuJu Royal. This is just another branch of the Marley lifestyle. At JuJu Royal, they make all types of products including strains of weed, but the product making this “best in cannabis” list is JuJu Royal’s Sublingual Tablets. Adding a dose of CBD to your day is easy with these fast-dissolving tablets that melt in your mouth upon contact with your tongue. Mango and tangerine flavors take you to the tropics with Julian Marley! Try JuJu Royal’s Extra Virgin Olive Oil infused with cannabis too. It turns any meal into a pain relieving experience.
5. ISODIOL. When you want to take cannabis pain relief to the next level, you need ISODIOL products. Made with an exclusive purification process, the cannabis extracts found inside ISODIOL’s product line are all PURE, leaving zero impurities and only a white crystalline behind. Check out their menu! **Grabs bib** Oral spray, bulk liquid, Nano CBD with Terpenes liquid, isolate powder for DIY edibles, NanoZZZ Rest Shot for better sleep, and many more!
Do Cannabis Edibles Really Work for Pain Relief?
For people with minor aches and pains, a common OTC remedy may work. However, many people don’t realize just how dangerous over-the-counter medications can be. Just looking at one class of OTC pain relievers known as Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDS)
reveals that pain relievers can be deadly! These include everything from generic aspirin, naproxen, and ibuprofen and name brands like Tylenol, Advil, and Motrin. Additionally, painkillers including those in the class of opioids are well-known to be dangerous. In 2016 alone opioid painkillers including OxyContin and Percocet were linked to 14,400 overdose deaths.
But there’s good news! A recent study showed that out of 2,810 people who were using cannabis, 828 had used opioids for pain relief. Of that group 97 percent of the people in the study agreed that they could cut back on the amount of opioids they used when they used cannabis. Besides that, using cannabis by itself was said to be more effective alone than when coupled with pills. So get yourself some cannabis edibles for pain relief and toss out those toxic so-called “pain pills” that are only a pain in the you-know-what.