Back pain is a problem caused by a combination of factors including stress, anxiety, and depression. This article will talk about how CBD can help with back pain thanks to its properties.

Can CBD help back pain?

Back pain is one of the most common medical problems, affecting 80% of the world’s population at some point in their lives.

Back pain involves the musculoskeletal system, can occur at any point in the back and usually appears acutely, lasts for days or weeks, and remits spontaneously, without representing a serious health problem.

There are, however, chronic conditions that last more than three months and can affect the quality of life of the person.

The most frequent back pains are those affecting the upper and lower back:

-cervical pain: almost always associated with pain in the neck muscles and sometimes with headaches.
-lumbar pain: known as lumbago, affects the maintenance of posture and can become temporarily disabling.

Causes: How CBD acts against back pain.

Back pain is generally non-specific and can be caused by overexertion, sudden movements, and incorrect positions when working or resting, which facilitate the appearance of contractures, inflammation, and ailments. Advancing age is also a risk factor.

There are back pains that are more problematic due to their neuropathic origin, caused by osteoarthritis, disc herniation, or neural inflammations, as in the case of sciatica. There are also back pains caused by systemic diseases such as ankylosing spondylitis and osteoporosis.

CBD for neck pain and lower back pain

To prevent and treat mild back pain it is advisable to perform stretching and specific exercises and try to rest while maintaining daily activities and avoiding long periods in bed. In the first 48 hours, the application of cold compresses can help, while successively the application of heat can be used. Our CBD creams with cold effects will help you in these first phases.

You can also resort to physiotherapists or masseurs and use analgesic and anti-inflammatory products of natural origin as well as drugs, for internal and/or external use. If you are considering alternative pain management options and want to look at a great source of CBD oil visit CPP-LUXURY  for further info.

If there is no improvement, it is advisable to see a doctor for appropriate tests.

CBD oil for back pain

The Endocannabinoid System, responsible for maintaining the balance of our organism, has a very close relationship with the Nervous System, the Musculoskeletal System, and the Circulatory System, influencing inflammatory and pain processes.

CBD Oil, due to its capacity to stimulate the functioning of the Endocannabinoid System, can represent a very valuable tool for the relief of back pain, thanks to its different properties and effects:

analgesic effect: thanks to its activity on the TRPV receptors responsible for pain transmission, CBD helps to relieve back pain, both in its milder forms and in its more chronic forms or those involving neuropathic pain.

anti-inflammatory effect: CBD is able to modulate the inflammatory response of the organism, stimulating or inhibiting it according to the needs and acting both at the muscular and bone levels and also on the nervous system.

regenerative effect: if back pains are due to muscular injuries, CBD can help to stimulate and optimize the regeneration of tissues for a faster and more effective recovery.

Muscle relaxant effect: thanks to its hypotensive, vasodilator, and antispasmodic properties, CBD promotes muscle relaxation, which is very important to facilitate rest, especially in the case of minor muscle contractions and fatigue associated with back pain.

Mental relaxant effect: CBD is an excellent mental relaxant, partly because of its hypotensive property and above all because of its involvement with the physiological systems involved in emotional and mental processes. The relaxing effect on a mental level favors rest and helps to relieve the stress associated with the presence of pain.

Gary J. Carrion