CBD for migraines?
Eight percent of all men and 18 percent of all women suffer from chronic migraines. Often the sufferers are not taken seriously, although the disease is more likely to be equated with epilepsy than with conventional headaches. Affected people are no longer able to carry out everyday tasks and also
ordinary stimuli such as light and sound become torture.
This can last from a few hours to several days, and medication with commercially available painkillers does not help in most cases.
Special migraine drugs also do not guarantee success and are because of them
Mode of action associated with strong side effects.
The active ingredient CBD, on the other hand, can help both in the treatment of migraines and in the prevention of them.
Due to the strict regulation of cannabis, the studies are still relatively on
At the beginning, but since legalization in some states of the USA, research in this area has been strongly advanced. A current study from 2016 tested 48 migraine patients and their treatment with CBD for six months. More than half of the test subjects reported significant relief and a reduction in the frequency of migraine attacks. Oils, the vaporization of CBD liquid and CBD tea can both treat and prevent the symptoms. Side effects, if any, are only very mild. Occasionally, diarrhea, tiredness, loss of appetite, or nausea have been reported.
Although the risks are significantly lower than with other drugs, you should still consult your doctor about this.