Cannabidiol (CBD)

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I became a user of CBD two years ago because I no longer wanted to ruin my liver and possibly my kidneys taking ibuprofin and acetaminophen for pain. I was taking it every two weeks for several days in a row, whenever I had an outbreak of Trigeminal Neuralgia (TN). I went on to stronger pain killers but I would lose cognition and become depressed until I found CBD.

When I looked for advice on dosing and information on using the CBD oil, I found there was very little in the way of real science and medical-establishment recognition of how it works and what it does. Still there is very little written about how it may interact with certain other medications and supplements.

I was in the dark, and set loose into a cornucopia of resources without a guide. My guide became my own health barometer, blood tests confirmed it was not interacting adversely with my other medications and for once I was managing my TN without too much anxiety or fear of uncontrolled pain.

Since then, I have become fairly well versed in using CBD and am learning new information all the time. There is still more to know, as tests and scientific studies are currently underway, but I felt I couldn’t keep this new found knowledge from my clients any longer.

CBD is legal in all 50 states as it is derived from Hemp Oil not Cannabis Oil, and it contains zero THC, so is not psychoactive in any way.

I can advise on the use of CBD as a supplement that helps drastically reduce inflammation. Because it is so good at reducing inflammation, it has marvelous capabilities to relieve pain and chronic conditions, such as arthritis and nerve pain as in Trigeminal Neuralgia.

I use Mary’s Nutritionals, for most of my CBD products. Mary’s is an all hemp CBD product of the highest quality. You may purchase direct from me at a discounted cost, with a phone or in-person consultation.

Call me to schedule a CBD/Inflammation consultation.


Phone: 518-366-3400



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