Marijuana Gum For Fibromyalgia Pain Relief: Would You Try This?


Marijuana is not legal in almost all parts of the world, but it can help a lot. Its medicinal purposes are exceptional and should be allowed to help people. Here we can relate especially to fibromyalgia pain relief.
The big question is if you are willing to try it and feel the pain going away.
MedChewRx is a new chewing gum made with cannabis for the treatment of chronic pain, specifically fibromyalgia. The gum contains equal amounts of both CBD and THC (the active components of marijuana), delivering 5mg of each.
The benefit to chewing the marijuana gum as opposed to inhaling or eating it is that it can digested directly in the mouth, bypassing the liver for faster relief. There are other benefits to the chewing aspect for pain sufferers, including:
  • Neuroprotective and neurostimulatory effects on the mind
  • Stress relief
  • Stimulation of the cardiovascular system
  • Improvement of age-related cognitive decline
Chewing marijuana gum is also more socially accepted than smoking, and allows for those with fibromyalgia getting quick pain relief almost anywhere without fear of backlash from those around them.
Side Effects and Problems with Marijuana Gum
Professor John Zajicek, who runs trials for the company testing of the Fibromyalgia pain relief gum, states that this is not quite a home-run just yet. There have been some side effects reported so far, though it is unclear what those are, and the medicine displays a lack of the “peak”, or a less potent high, associated with traditional forms of cannabis.
For now, more research is being done into how this can be a safe, effective delivery method for cannabis for pain relief. The goal is to provide on-the-go relief for chronic pain sufferers so that they can continue to function normally throughout their day pain-free.
Current Marijuana Options for Pain Relief
  1. CBD Oil
CBD hemp oil is made from high-CBD, low-THC  hemp, meaning they are non-psychoactive and won’t produce a high. It can be purchased in:
pure CBD-hemp oil form
tinctures where they are diluted in alcohol or a natural oil base and flavored for better taste
capsule form
CBD topicals (salves, balms, and creams)
Knowing which is right for you depends on your type of pain and what you are using CBD oil for.
  1. Smoking
It is known that as little as 3 puffs a day of marijuana help those suffering from chronic nerve pain due to injury, surgery, and illness, allowing them to sleep better and heal faster. The effectiveness of this remedy depends on the strain of cannabis and the strength. Your best option is to talk to your doctor, who can help you determine which is best for you.
  1. Edibles
Marijuana-infused edibles, including cookies, brownies, candy, chocolate bars, drinks, snacks, and spreads, are a good option for those who want to use the drug for pain relief but don’t want to smoke it. Again, different strains will have varying strengths. One must also be aware that actually ingesting the marijuana delivers a much more potent high, so you need less of it. Most people don’t need a whole brownie, or even a half, to experience the effects.
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