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Contributors to this thread:
Shuteye 02-Feb-18
JTV 02-Feb-18
Mike B 03-Feb-18
shiloh 03-Feb-18
Shuteye 03-Feb-18
bad karma 03-Feb-18
jjs 03-Feb-18
Spike Bull 03-Feb-18
Beendare 03-Feb-18
Sixby 03-Feb-18
Rhody 03-Feb-18
Rhody 03-Feb-18
SteveBNY 03-Feb-18
wooddamon1 03-Feb-18
Jim Moore 04-Feb-18
JL 04-Feb-18
Pat Lefemine 04-Feb-18
keepemsharp 04-Feb-18
Russ Koon 04-Feb-18
From: Shuteye
02-Feb-18

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My wife lives with pain and has for years. The doctor will prescribe pain medicine but my wife will not take any drugs. She said she will just put up with the pain before taking narcotics.

I have a good Friend, Heidi, that was telling me to get my wife to try some CBD oil. Heidi is a dealer and explained all the good stuff this oil does. She told me to take a bottle home and have my wife put five drops under her tongue and see what happens.

Just so happened my wife had been reading about the oil and was willing to try it. She said her back hurt so bad she was really in pain. She put five drops under her tongue and about twenty minutes later she said the pain just stopped and she couldn't believe it worked so fast. She did it again this morning and was able to do some housework she had been worrying about for some time. It is fairly expensive but well worth it to us.

Some people ask if it shows up in a drug test that they get at work. The local sheriff deputy watched someone use the oil and then waited a half hour to do the drug test. Urine test showed up no drugs. This has been repeated and it does not show up as a drug in your system so it is safe to use for pain and still work. It is also called Hemp oil. Where Heidi get hers is a farm in Kentucky where it is grown and processed.

From: JTV
02-Feb-18
$69 ?? ..heck you can get a 1/4-1/2 oz. of the real stuff for that and really feel no pain .... :0)

No, I havnt tried it btw .... I think it is still illegal here

From: Mike B
03-Feb-18
It is expensive, unfortunately, due to the time and effort required to produce it. 3-4 months for the plant to grow, and then the processes required to render a purified oil.

Good to hear she's found a natural alternative to opiates and other dangerous painkillers. FWIW, there is also a CDB infused bottled water on the market, but I've heard no reports of it's efficiency.

03-Feb-18
I have been working on a project on the CBD side of the business for the last six months and Sessions January 4th announcement accelerated my plans.

I can pay farmers $6,000 to $12,000 an acre for CBD rich hemp. Our processing facility came online this week and I can make CBD oil, raw materials hemp fiber insulation, and hemp seed oil. You should see bottles of CBD creme made with my oil on the market in the fall. This is one of the first industrial hemp processing facilities in the United States. Real CBD product is not psychoactive and should not show up in a drug test because it doesn't produce the metabolites the tests look for. If you are going to use the stuff, get a doctor's recommendation. If you live in a State where it is illegal, do not use it.

The cost of the the CBD I will be selling should allow tincture manufacturers to drop the price to under $20 a bottle.

From: shiloh
03-Feb-18
I also have a friend with severe arthritis that is using it with good results

From: Shuteye
03-Feb-18
It is legal in all 50 states, at least the brand I got for my wife. I do know it works, I have seen that.

From: bad karma
03-Feb-18
Glad your wife has the pain under control, Shuteye. That's fantastic.

From: jjs
03-Feb-18
The problem if I use it I lose my State license and have a niece that loss her job for her pain control, she sued the company and won a settlement but still lost her job of 17 yrs. My son lives with a growing facility is out back from his house, told him if it ever catches on fire let me know so we can get down wind, may be a problem with the crowd.

03-Feb-18
I have a friend who has put a skin cancer on his nose in remission with it but it did flatten his personality a bit.

From: Beendare
03-Feb-18
My buddy that grows pot has a buddy with a $650k grant to explore the effects of CBD.

the hypothesis for those not familiar; 2 main ingredient in pot; THC and CBD. Pot has proven medicinal effects...but the theory is its the CBD portion that is the analgesic and it doesn't get you high.

So many strain of pot, there are some very high in CBD which may be the way to go for people in pain.

From: Sixby
03-Feb-18
How interesting!! I have not heard of that at all but for years I have wanted to be involved in exploring the manufacturing of hemp board. Here in Oregon there is an awsome supply of unused portions of plants that could probably be purchased at a decent price for fiber. However is there is the same market for the previously unused parts with CBD this might not be the case. All in all the hemp plant is a very useful plant outside the area of just smoking it. The cotton industry post WW11 lobbied for the destruction of all hemp farms and got a bill passed to make the production of any hemp products illegal in the USA. However Europeans make some fantastic products with it. Cloth lasts many times longer than cotten. Strand board is lighter and stronger than any other product and has basically unlimited usage as hemp is the fastest growing product and renewal resource on the planet. I do not know about paper products but I surmise it could largely replace our present fiber resources to a large degree and lower the prices. God bless, Steve

From: Rhody
03-Feb-18
well, hemp was the rope of choice in the shipping industry. In the late 1930's DuPont Chemical development started making rope. Only problem, hemp was just as strong pound for pound and a whole lot cheaper. Hence, the outlawing of growing of hemp in the USA who was THE largest grower and exporter of hemp rope.

Follow the money trail... follow the money trail....

From: Rhody
03-Feb-18
well, hemp was the rope of choice in the shipping industry. In the late 1930's DuPont Chemical development started making rope. Only problem, hemp was just as strong pound for pound and a whole lot cheaper. Hence, the outlawing of growing of hemp in the USA who was THE largest grower and exporter of hemp rope.

Follow the money trail... follow the money trail....

From: SteveBNY
03-Feb-18
There is 2 kinds - isolate and full spectrum. The isolate contains no thc and will not show on a drug test. Full spectrum containing less than .03% thc is legal in all 50 states and may show on a screen. Both work but the full spectrum is a bit more effective. I pay $20 for a 1 oz bottle of the full. 2 to 3 half droppers a day and it lasts about a month.

From: wooddamon1
03-Feb-18
I was diagnosed with Crohn's about 3 years ago, had 2 surgeries so far and the Dr's keep prescribing Norco every time I say I felt a cramp in my belly. Hate to take 'em because they make me nauseous, I'm asking about this stuff at my next appointment. I remember reading in a NG "weed" issue about treating my exact symptoms with the oil. Although I am in MI, for about $100 I can just get a card and have the exact opposite of nausea ; )

Glad to hear your wife is finding some relief, Shuteye. Constant pain sucks.

From: Jim Moore
04-Feb-18
My wife has a friend with chronic migraines. Quite literally her skull is too small for her brain and eventually they will do surgery on her. My wife brought some of this home for me to use for possibly gout and muscle issues I have. I didn't try it as my job randomly does whiz quizzes. She took the stuff to her friend and put a couple of drops under her tongue while they were visiting. After 15 minutes or so her friend mentioned that her headache was absolutely gone. Has to be something to this stuff.

From: JL
04-Feb-18
Jim, you may already know this if you've had gout issues for a long time. I take an Allopurinol pill once a day, twice if it flares up.

From: Pat Lefemine
04-Feb-18
Do deer eat hemp? I might have to grow it in my food plots at those prices!

From: keepemsharp
04-Feb-18
The quail love it in the wild.

From: Russ Koon
04-Feb-18
Got some for the wife a month or so ago. We got the spray instead of the droplet type and I'm not sure how they compare. She got some noticable relief within an hour, and it seemed to further reduce the pain in her knee and feet over the next few days. It sttill hasn't completely alleviated the pain, but has helped enough for it to be less crippling on her good days.

It has helped her also to reduce the amount of opioids she takes, although she still needs some of them to get by the bad days or nights.

She has increased her dosage very graduallyfrom the initial amount, to see if it helps more, but is still assessing the change.

Pretty sure the majority of heer pain is from arthritis, but her family also has a tendency to suffer from gout, and we're doing some dietary changes and monitoring the results, also, in the effort to give her some help with that.

In our opinion so far, the cannabidiol is useful and definitely helps, but is something less than magical. Definitely worth the money, even if the relief is less than complete. When you're in constant pain that pretty muchshuts down your normal activities and prevens you from getting needed rest, the cost of any effective treatment starts looking much more reasonable.

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