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Best Kept Secret In Pain Relief

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Best Kept Secret In Pain Relief

Cannabidiol is one of the most successful natural wellness supplements for pain management. Also, a game-changer for patients at Barrett Plastic Surgery in Los Angeles, California. As of 2020, CBD oils are available in various products such as beverages, edibles, and countless more. The CBD industry has its hands in every intersection of society.

CBD helps to manage all discomfort levels, from anxiety to muscle injuries. The industry is doing great things, but its quality and teams of farmers, physicians, and scientists are vital because not all products are the same. Barrett Recovery CBD, a product available at Barrett Plastic Surgery on Wilshire Blvd. in Beverly Hills, produces the purest therapeutic CBD results possible. It is a full-spectrum 1500 CBD, while a lot of CBD available doesn’t contain sufficient CBD to implement any actual benefit to curb the need to prescribe opioids and other over-the-counter options that can make patient conditions worse.

CBD Oil

Cannabidiol (CBD) is the second major cannabinol found in the cannabis plant, like hemp and marijuana. Unlike the other major cannabinoid THC, CBD is non-psychoactive. Meaning it does not get you high. CBD isolate is the purest form of cannabidiol, a cannabis-derived oil extracted from cannabis plants. It is produced by singularly extracting CBD from the hemp or marijuana plant and isolating it from the rest of the plant’s compounds. When you buy a high-quality CBD isolate, you get over 99% CBD in a product receiving no other cannabinoids, plant parts, flavonoids, or terpenes (aromatics/scent).

How Do You Take CBD?

How you take CBD depends on which product you buy. Wild Health CBD is in a liquid form, and you use a little dropper to put it underneath your tongue. One full dropper is about 50 milligrams. That’s the recommendation to start to prevent the reuptake of your natural cannabinoids, as far as we know medically.

Best Kept Secret In Pain Relief

How Does CBD Work in Our Bodies?

CBD works on cb1 (anxiety) and cb2 (pain) receptors in our bodies. The same receptors you get when you go for a run or workout and endorphins kick in, and then you get a high feeling, also known as a “runners high.”

CBD At Work in The Body

Plants use this “system” to communicate, and humans have cannabinoid-resistant systems in the body. When you take CBD, it strengthens your own cannabinoid system, which improves anxiety when functioning correctly.

● It helps with pain, especially in people with chronic pain.

● It helps with sleep. When you take 100 to 200 milligrams at night before bed.

● Lessens anxiety before an operation and decreases pain post-op.

● CBD is different from opioid medication because it doesn’t cause constipation, nausea, and vomiting.

CBD Side Effects

● Dry mouth and sleepiness are the minimal side effects. Once you titrate your dose (gradually increase), it typically goes away.

● No medically reported side effect for casual use of CBD.

● We recommend if you have liver issues or medications that affect your ability to process stuff in your liver, you may want to consider not taking CDB. Speak with your doctor first about any possible reactions to your other medications.

The wonderful thing about CDB – everyone should be able to take it after speaking and getting approval from their primary care doctor. Although it does drastically reduce pain, especially chronic pain, it’s not a miracle supplement; it lowers anxiety and helps you sleep. Always use a trustworthy brand like Wild Health CBD, just as you would a board-certified plastic surgeon.

Barrett Plastic Surgery natural healing medicinal products are available on our online store. To discuss what you will need before your procedure, schedule a consultation and call (310) 598-2648.

If you are more content speaking with our team from the comfort of your home, we provide virtual surgical consultations.

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