The fact that CBD oil help to relieve pain is widely known; CBD can be consumed through vaping as well - you can do your own little research and check other Internet forums - many people actually use CBD vape pens. Also, it's very convenient to buy thc oil online nowadays thanks to the Internet.
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Hi there, thanks for your question. Unfortunately we don't currently have any resources available on copaiba oil. We recommend reaching out to a licensed medical professional, such as your doctor, for more information on the potential benefits/side effects of copaiba oil vs. CBD oil. We do have a few articles on CBD oil for pain management, which you can find here:
How medical cannabis works
Managing your treatment with medical cannabis
Dosing, strains and choosing a licensed producer
@painBgone Hi there, we're sorry to hear you're experiencing mobility issues as a result of your pain. Have you considered speaking to a licensed medical professional? Someone like a physiotherapist, chiropractor, occupational therapist etc. may be able to provide you with help based on your individualized needs and situation.
Hello again - one last thought.... as the question of finances came up and we did not speak to that. Caregivers are sometimes juggling work and financial constraints. One question that a caregiver had before the forum was:
I work full-time while trying to support my mom with her pain. I think I’m going to need to reduce my hours at work to be able to care for her, but I can’t really afford to do that. Are there any financial benefits available to make that possible?
And we are glad you are considering your options before moving into action. Without a plan – big changes like this can add to the financial strain and stress. We would like to answer this question in two parts: I) what resources for support you may access as a caregiver who works outside the home, and II) what financial support might be available as a caregiver.
I. Work and Caregiving : The strains of caregiving take their toll. A quarter of caregivers report a change in employment including turning down training opportunities, promotions, taking a loss of income or simply having to quit their jobs altogether. Almost 15% report health and sleep problems and over a third report emotional difficulties due to caregiving. Check out our section on work and caregiving to consider your personal situation and needs.
II. Financial Impact of Caregiving: Lack of funding and the need for financial assistance are issues Canadian caregivers most often identify as their biggest stressors. Again, because each situation is unique we cannot provide direct guidance on financial matters. Instead we have developed a financial assistance guide where caregivers can see if there are any avenues for additional support that are unique to their care recipient and their caregiving situation. For example, do you know that there is a Canadian Caregiver Credit that may be available to you?
Nidus – (www.nidus.ca) is also a good provincial resource for financial planning.
@anniekosk we're so sorry to hear you're experiencing a difficult time with your pain. Have you taken a look through our self-management resources? There are many articles, videos and tools that can help you better understand and manage your pain. https://www.liveplanbe.ca/pain-education/
If you're comfortable sharing which area you live in, we'd be happy to look into whether there are local resources that can offer support as well.
We're so sorry to hear you're experiencing a difficult time. If you're still feeling this way, we encourage you to reach out to a local crisis line. Are you able to let us know where you're located? We'd be happy to look up some local resources for you.
Thanks for reaching out to us. The Live Plan Be forum largely serves as a space for people with pain to connect with one another and ask/answer questions pertaining to their pain management, however we do offer resources and suggestions when possible. We also regularly filter through spam and ensure it's taken off the forum as quickly as possible. If you have specific questions we can provide assistance with, please let us know and we'll be very happy to help.
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@victorjohn I have read your post that you are going through "insomnia". I have listen that CBD Oil is helpful for this... Let me tell you little detail information that might be helpful for you Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the most prevalent chemical compounds in the cannabis
BENEFITS OF CBD
Cigarette Addiction, Acne, Diabetes, Fibromyalgia, Crohn’s Disease, Relives Anxiety, Relives Pain, Multiple Sclerosis, Insomnia, Nausea, Reduces Inflammation, Slows Bacterial Growth,plant. Unlike the more famous molecule, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), CBD is completely nonpsychoactive.
Such a great story thanks for sharing - similar to those kids that treated seizures with CBD oil. Hopefully more research can be done on CBD and cannabinoids in general as they have great potential without all the downsides effects of Marijuana!
i'm also new to this forum.
I would like to share my problems and find solutions for this.Hope everyone will help me.Thank YOU!