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hiker53
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Has anyone tried CBD for pain? I have a rotator cuff tear and elbow tendonitis.

Also, have you tried CBD for gastritis?

If you have used CBD and are willing to tell me what form of it you use and brand, assuming it helped, please let me know.

via this thread or pm me.

If it did not help, I would like to know that, too.

I have H. pylori and cannot take other pain meds. Tylenol does not touch my pain.

MD wants to do surgery on rotator cuff once elbow inflammation goes down. I am trying to avoid surgery but may have to give in as tendon is retracting from bone.

Thanks.

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Hi Hiker...I use CBD oil for pain. I have used LuZa full spectrum and Bluebird Botanicals full spectrum both doctor recommended. They both contain trace THC but the amount is legal in all 50 states. The LuZa tastes very mild and the Bluebird is harsher. The LuZa is more expensive. Yes it helps with pain for me...and I get a slight calming effect from them.

Have you ever heard of Racheal's Tea? I know a couple people that use that for their digestive issues and they have had positive results...both pleased and they have tried everything under the sun it seems with little success.

I don't know about CBD oil for gastritis. Can't say if it is helpful.

Hope this helps.

Both CBD oil companies off-site test their product I believe.

Oh...one more thing...you WANT THC in your CBD oil even if it is just a trace amount because it works with synergism within the oil...and it is much more effective on pain.

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Moving to Medical Questions for more help

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Hiker, I had more than 25 years of stomach pains and diagnosed with gastritis before I was 20. It got cured during lyme disease due to chlorella.

Since day 1 on chlorella, it took my pain to almost zero. Then, gastritis never returned.

I think that in my case it was due to amalgams in the mouth.

During lyme treatment, when I took antimicrobials, gastritis would come back as herx. Every single time I took chlorella, it disappeared.

My daughter never got the gastritis diagnosis, but she also suffered from stomach pains when on antimicrobials OR on chelators.

She still takes chlorella ON and OFF, like me, every time she's got bits of tummy pain.

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hiker53
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Brussels,

My stomach can no longer tolerate chlorella.

I took it for quite awhile and now I just puke it back up.

Have no amalgams.

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