THC and Chronic Pain

It’s no news to the millions of medical patients who use THC for chronic pain, but a new study confirms it: difficult chronic pain is very responsive to THC.

One really horrible type of chronic pain—nerve pain, also called neuropathic pain—that is traditionally very hard to treat.

Skywalker1One of our customers reported that he felt near to taking his own life from diabetic neuropathy in his feet—at least, until he started using cannabis with good THC/CBD content (such as our Fire OG  and our Green C), combined with a good THC topical (like our new C-Salve).

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Every pain medicine available today carries with it some downsides, including the typical OTC medicines containing acetaminophen and ibuprofen. Here is a summary of risks for those OTC meds, and those who have gone the unfortunate route of stronger, prescription meds know the pitfalls of those, too.

We here at Calibloom work hard to supply our customers with the friendliest, healthiest medicines possible. If you are a chronic pain sufferer, click through our site, give us a call, and we will be happy to take whatever time is needed to  figure out what products are best suited to your needs.

Best of all, we have a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee, so if you purchase a medication that doesn’t work for you, we will be happy to swap it out with something that does. That way, you can find the ideal medication that works for you in a supportive, risk-free environment.

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