CBD oil for pain and inflammation: What online reviewers are saying


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In the last year, CBD products have been popping up everywhere: You’ve probably seen CBD oil as a suggested ingredient in cocktails, or maybe a coworker has passed you some CBD gummies. (Heck, even CVS is going to start carrying CBD products.)

CBD has suddenly become a buzzworthy way to deal with all sorts of ailments — including pain — but really, there hasn’t been a whole lot of peer-reviewed studies to back up that claim. (That hasn’t stopped people from using it though, if the hundreds of reviews we read are any indication.)

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Despite the lack of data, curiosity around CBD has grown. Just check out this chart tracking the uptick in U.S. searches for “cbd oil” on Google over the last five years:

CBD is available in many, many forms, but for those who don’t want to fuss around with lotions or bath bombs, oils are the way to go. CBD, which stands for cannabidiol, is a

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