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Reuters reported on Feb. 6, 2019, that pain is by far the top reason why U.S. patients seek out medical cannabis. Word of mouth is a primary factor in people seeking cannabis medicine to soothe their pain, and there are ample studies to support these anecdotal reports. It is unclear whether CBD in the absence of other cannabinoids and terpenes can provide a remedy to neuropathy.

“Another study demonstrated the mechanism by which CBD inhibits inflammatory and neuropathic pain, two of the most difficult types of chronic pain to treat. More study in humans is needed in this area to substantiate the claims of CBD proponents about pain control.”

Research overview

Neuropathic pain is a component of osteoarthritis. In an animal model of arthritis, researchers showed that when taken prophylactically, CBD can prevent the pain and nerve damage produced by arthritis. These results were published in 2017, also in the academic journal Pain.

Diana Whitney, a mother of two from Vermont, has been using medical marijuana and topical CBD to combat chronic pain. She now also uses it for anxiety and depression. In her 2018 article published in The Washington Post, Whitney wrote, “Applying the butter topically soothed my chronic pelvic pain and relieved symptoms of the debilitating bladder syndrome that had plagued me for a decade …”

In a 2018 article for Harvard Health Publishing, Dr. Peter Grinspoon, a Boston-based primary care physician and Harvard Medical School professor, discussed prior research on CBD for pain relief in conditions related to inflammation.