Cannabis Pain Patch For Fibromyalgia And Nerve Pain relief

A company that specialises in the use of cannabis as a form of medication have come up with a revolutionary pain patch that can be used to treat diabetic nerve pain and symptoms of fibromyalgia. This could change the way cannabis is viewed in the medical world forever.

Cannabis has been used as an all-purpose homeopathic remedy for centuries. Over time, evidence suggests that the plant was an herbal remedy for psycho-neurological disorders, breast cancer, rheumatism,  sexual disorders, and painful complications related to childbirth. Now, this ancient tool has a new, modern application. A cannabis patch is now available for patients with fibromyalgia and diabetic nerve pain.

The new medications are designed to be administered as transdermal patches, which are basically adhesive patches that are stuck to the skin and release certain chemicals over time to help combat neurological nerve pain associated with diabetes and fibromyalgia. Using this medium means a controlled dose of the medication can be administered on a daily basis, with no negative side effects discovered so far.

In this day and age, most people are aware of the powerful medicinal benefits of Cannabis. Cannabis is being studied in almost every aspect for its benefits against cancer. But this new method of cannabis treatment is some serious medical technology.

Cannabis for fibromyalgia & nerve pain

Cannabis Company Designs 1 Cannabis Company Designs Pain Patch For Fibromyalgia And Nerve Pain

Fibromyalgia and diabetic neuropathy have a couple of things in common. Both conditions involve seemingly unexplainable pain, tingling, and can drastically reduce your quality of life.

Early research suggests that cannabis may have powerful therapeutic effects for both conditions, and this new pain patch offers a novel new approach for conditions that are incredibly difficult to treat.

A 2014 survey from the National Pain Foundations found that cannabis was considered the most effective pain medication by fibromyalgia patients who were willing to experiment with the herb.

Not all survey respondents had consumed cannabis. However, those that had suggested that the herb worked better at managing pain than the leading prescriptions for fibromyalgia, including Savella, Cymbalta, and Lyrica.

Small human trials of cannabis for diabetic neuropathy have also been successful. A study of 16 patients with diabetic neuropathy of the feet found the herb successfully reduced pain symptoms in a dose-dependant manner. The cannabis plant has successfully reduced nerve pain associated with conditions like multiple sclerosis as well.

While expensive cannabis-based pharmaceuticals are already available in some countries for the treatment of nervous disorders, most canna-curious patients are stuck with topical creams and oral cannabis options, which can be a little strong for the daytime.

Now, one innovative company, Cannabis Science, has released a revolutionary new topical application of cannabis medicines.

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  1. I have Fibromyalgia And COPD. IVE gotten off everything but. Gabapintin is what I’m on now. It’s starting to not help at all. I live in TENNESSEE. but I still need help. I’m sick of it. I’m 57yrs old. I need help. Please tell me what I can do.

  2. Can the cannabis patch be used for low back pain I have had facet injections several times had the nerves burned twice have had epidurals for sciatica which did help but none of the other things did I have been dealing with back pain for years I was on morphine hydrocodone I did not want to be on all this medicine and still be in terrible pain I finally went down for surgery but had to be fused with surgery being unsuccessful Pain mgmt has me on fetanal patch 75 MG and I am still in pain I don’t like being on all of the medication Can the cannibas patches help the back I see it is not legal In Texas I worry about my kidneys and liver So for they are ok

  3. I am about willing to try whatever it is to stop this pain. Or at least give me a little of my life back. I am so tired of being sick and tired. I would like to know how to find out more and get my Dr to prescribe it to me.