Updated: Jan 5
CBD and CBDA—taking a closer look at pain relief.
This week we are looking at options for reducing pain with CBD, so we're taking a deeper look at products containing CBDa, or "raw" CBD. CBDa is molecularly different than CBD. Over time or once CBDa is exposed to heat, it is converted to CBD.
Initial research shows the molecular structure of CBDa to be astonishingly similar to nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Imagine getting relief without the irritating your stomach? Read more about CBDa here.
"...What I'm finding is that they're effective at reducing symptoms, sometimes at a tenth or even a hundredth of the dose that it would require if they were using (CBD)." - Dr. Dustin Sulak
"What's interesting about THCA and CBDA in terms of clinical practice, is (they're) very helpful for inflammatory conditions..." - Dr. Bonnie Goldstein