Pain is a signal that alerts our bodies of possible damage that may require attention. As part of a normal immune response, inflammation works by attacking the potentially harmful microorganisms we encounter. However, the swelling associated with inflammation can put abnormal pressure on our nerves and produce painful sensations.
Clinical research indicates that CBD may potentially reduce some symptoms of inflammation, and possibly influence how our bodies process pain signals. At their own discretion, many consumers experiment with CBD oil for arthritis symptoms, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), headaches, and chronic pain issues.