CBD stands for cannabidiol, which is a compound found mainly in the flowers of  hemp plant. The use of CBD flower is widespread all over the world, and its importance is increasing rapidly. Cannabidiol Flower is used by the same people to get the full health benefits of CBD without the drug effect associated with THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is a medical compound. People use CBD flowers as an intoxicant.

Cannabidiol (CBD), like all cannabinoids in the hemp plant, interacts with the CB1 and CB2 receptors of the endocannabinoid system (SEC), scattered throughout the body , particularly at the level of the nervous and immune systems. CBD has the ability to modulate their functioning, in particular by activating them, to trigger an anti-inflammatory action and soothe pain of low to moderate intensity.

 

The CBD flowers in our pain collection will also stimulate the production and release of certain neurotransmitters and act on pain signaling systems outside the ECS, for example serotonin receptors which reduce the perception of pain.

In addition to these direct analgesic effects, theCBD flowers from Cannabis Indica dominant strains (as opposed to Cannabis L. Sativa) exert a soothing action , relaxing and calming which will neutralize stress and anxiety and, indirectly, improve your pain tolerance.

 

Pain-relieving CBD flowers: what does the science say?

 

Along with the fight against sleep disorders, pain management is undoubtedly the application most studied by the scientific community interested in the virtues of the hemp plant.

Moreover, the relief of recalcitrant pain to usual treatments has been retained by the National Agency for the Safety of Medicines and Health Products (ANSM ) in the major therapeutic cannabis experiment initiated by the Ministry of Health in March 2021 for three years. Here are some other examples:

 

  • CBD for arthritis: The first-ever controlled trial was conducted in 2006, demonstrating that cannabidiol could “significantly” relieve the pain associated with rheumatoid arthritis;
  • A 2017 study of 1,000 patients concluded that CBD, CBG and CBN relieved neuropathic pain;
  • This meta-studyfrom Syracuse University (2021) reviews the analgesic action of CBD on the body.

 

CBD flowers for pain: instructions for use

 

If like 52% of French people, you live with chronic pain on a daily basis (Sanofi/CSA study), here is how to introduce CBD flowers into your daily life to improve your quality of life:

  • Opt for a concentration of CBD in line with your “level”. Are you just starting out? Stick to reasonable concentrations (around 10%). Savvy consumer? Treat yourself to powerful CBD flowers;
  • If you can, invest in a small grinder to grind pain-relieving CBD flowers before using them. You will obtain a nice consistency, both fine and uniform;
  • We recommend two methods of consumption for your pain-relieving CBD flowers, to choose from: vaporization at less than 220° Cto avoid combustion, orinfusion in hot water,with the addition of a fatty substance (whole milk, cream, etc.) to promote the absorption of cannabinoids.Note: vaporization induces almost instantaneous effects, while the analgesic action occurs several hours after infusion;
  • Consume your CBD flowers as soon as acute pain appears or, if your pain is chronic, at breakfast.

 

Are painkiller CBD flowers legal?

 

Our online store only sells CBD products that 100% comply with regulations, whether with regard to hygiene standards or in terms of THC concentration (less than 0.3%).

321CBD has also chosen not to offer its customers questionable or poorly documented molecules, even if they are technically legal. You can therefore choose your pain-relieving CBD flowers with complete peace of mind.

Caution: CBD may interact with certain medications and affect their effectiveness. If you are taking prescription medications, ask your doctor for advice.

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