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Neuropathic pain is a difficult disease to define, and even more difficult to treat. Most cases of neuropathic pain are causing by damage to a certain area of tissue. Or damage to nerve cells because of some other underlying condition (most commonly diabetes, spinal stenosis or injury to the brain or spinal cord).
While there are several well-known conventional/pharmaceutical drugs that have proven to be effective in treating neuropathic pain. They can be prohibitively expensive and, in many cases. Will result in serious and dangerous side effects.
In a study published in October 2014, it stated that “current treatment options for neuropathic pain have limited efficacy. And are fraught with adverse effects that are dose-limiting.”
The study reviewed several previous publications that documented the history, pharmacology and clinical trials of “non-smoked, non-psychoactive cannabinoids in the management of neuropathic pain” (ie, CBD oils), and found that they showed “… increasing evidence of Therapeutic use in conditions of human neuropathic pain”.
Another study published in the European Journal of Pharmacology in 2007 came to the definitive conclusion that cannabidiol (CBD) is an “orally effective therapeutic agent in the chronic neuropathic and inflammatory pain of rats”, while another explored the effects of Sativex ( a synthetic form of cannabis) and found that it had “clinical efficacy and tolerability in the treatment of the symptoms of multiple sclerosis and neuropathic pain.”
These studies mimic the results of several earlier publications, some of which have been directly eluded the fact that CBD can play a potential role in helping treat chronic neuropathic pain.
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