While I don’t think that CBD oil is the magical cure for everything that goes wrong in the body, I do believe that the properties of CBD are quite beneficial for some conditions. Here’s what I’ve learned about CBD vs. THC and my personal experience using CBD oil for pain management.
Sprains And Strains
Got a sprained ankle or some other sprained joint? Should you apply heat or ice? What else helps? Here, we're answering your questions about the best way to treat sprains, the pros and cons of using topical pain creams on pulled muscles & sore joints, when you should apply ice, and when you should apply heat.
I absolutely love my microwave heating pad. It works for all of my aches and pains. My favorite is the large sectioned microwave heating pack from Thermal-Aid. It’s actually a heating AND cooling pack in one! It comes in lots of shapes and sizes and conforms to your sore body parts. I also got one of their cute heat/ice packs for children shaped like cuddly teddy bears. These have become my favorite new heating pads!
It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3 to make a heating pad yourself. A microwavable heating pad is great to use whenever you need to apply some indirect heat for pain relief, comfort, or warmth. Follow these step-by-step directions to make your own heating pads and don’t throw away the stray sock that shows up after you’ve thrown it’s pair out!
Topical pain relief creams and gels CAN alleviate some of your pain when applied directly to the skin right over the pulled muscle or sore joint. Here’s what you need to know about the 3 types of topical pain relief cream like analgesics or aspirin-like rubs, counter-irritants, and creams made from chili pepper seeds.
Whenever I get injured, I always forget whether I’m supposed to use ice therapy or heat therapy. Is it ice on sore muscles and heat to relax pinched nerves? Or vice versa? If you’re anything like me you will love this information so you’ll know once and for all how and when to use these therapies. Here’s the scoop…