It wasn’t that long ago that FDA approved CBD for certain uses and it has since been called a wonder substance. With few side-effects and many therapeutic properties, it’s uses have been outpacing actual testing. However, testing is catching up and one newly discovered benefit is in reducing pain in people just out of non-invasive shoulder surgery.
Researchers tested a new CBD tablet on 99 patients and found that they experienced around 23% less pain with no negative side-effects like nausea and anxiety.
Scientists think that the tablet could also help patients with osteoarthritis, as well as being an effective pain treatment that could help supplant the harmful use of opioids. However, more studies are necessary before wide adoption occurs.