My Experience with CBD OIL | Multiple Sclerosis

If you’re on the fence about trying CBD Oil, I say do it. I have multiple sclerosis and had problems in my right foot/leg. CBD oil totally helped.


  1. Thank you for your input! I live in Georgia where they JUST passed a law where some institutes are going to be able to sell low-thc/cbd oils, but unfortunately it will take some time before the oil is accessible to us patients. Also, do stretches, thats what has helped me out somewhat.

  2. 🌱 📝 7 things to consider when buying CBD oil:
    1.) – Be sure you are using a quality product. Read the labels for additives, chemicals and unnecessary ingredients that dilute and destroy the product. Check lab results, COA's (Certificate of Authorizations), mold + toxicity reports, gas and chromatography reports, etc.
    2.) – Check extraction method – CO2 is best. Ethanol tends to leave behind solvents and residue in the oil. Check the source of the farm. Not all are compliant.
    3.) – Check reviews! Some people get sick from taking a crappy CBD, others have phenomenal results- again quality matters. Check the return policy, not all CBD oil companies will refund you if you have a poor experience.
    4.) – Serving suggestion varies based on the individual person. Some need 15mg a day and others need 30mg. Synthetic CBD requires a higher amount, (50mg / day) natural is typically lower. (20mg – 30mg)
    5.) – Don’t be sold by marketing terms such as nanotechnology, liposomal, bioavailability etc – there is zero science backing this regarding CBD.
    6.)- Full spectrum will likely give better results (the therapeutic range is much wider) VS a CBD only product but if you’re worried about drug testing then get a CBD only product as the THC in the full spectrum can show up on a drug test.
    7.) – The only brand I know that meets these requirements is HempWorx.

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