Sarcoidosis is an inflammatory disease affecting multiple organs in the body, but primarily the lungs and lymph glands.
Our CBD Roller for Pain Relief helps to ease pain gently, with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant ingredients such as ginger root and Namibian Myrrh.
What causes sarcoidosis?
Pain and inflammation are both common in diseases such as sarcoidosis. These are the two most common and severe symptoms of sarcoidosis. Treating them with anti-inflammatory and painkilling drugs can cause adverse side effects on our bodies.
Anxiety , stress and depression are prevalent amongst patients with chronic pain conditions like these. The stress of living with a painful condition that often limits the ability to get through day-to-day tasks can be debilitating.
CBD is an effective complementary alternative treatment to use along with pharmaceutical medications.
I was excited when my home state of Pennsylvania finally opened the door to medicinal uses two years ago. Pain has been my daily companion for several years, and I’ve been trying to eliminate it. But getting state-certified relief hasn’t been as easy as I thought.
Brighter side: We all could use a break from bad news right now. So, I’ll be closing my columns with a roundup of positivity until we are able to say goodbye to masks, hug our loved ones, and leave our homes without fear.
Step two: get ready to pay more
A survey conducted in January 2020 found that nearly 59% of medical marijuana users in the Keystone State reported forking over $200 or more each month on medical marijuana products. Following is a complete breakdown of what the 3,201 respondents said they spent on average each month:
Once again, you will not get any help from health insurers. You can leave your credit cards at home because it’s cash only for products. It ain’t cheap.
The necessary consultations are not covered by health insurers, so it pays to shop around. In my case, it paid to wait, because my primary care physician joined the ranks of those providing certifications and I ended up paying $150.