Migraine is a condition suffered by up to one billion worldwide and can result in intense headaches and throbbing pain accompanied by a lot of other symptoms including vomiting, nausea, sensitivity to light, etc. Migraine sufferers often search for years to find something to help with their debilitating symptoms when pain-relieving medications like ibuprofen, naproxen, do not relieve the pain they experience.
Many are turning to CBD oil to help control migraine symptoms without leading to adverse health effects. CBD oil can help sufferers with the pain, nausea and inflammation that might be causing an attack and it can also alleviate any seizures or convulsions.
Well lab’s REST and SOOTHE have been created to potentially help those suffering with migraines. REST contains Myrcene that has analgesic properties that it’s believed are enhanced when combined with other compounds. Because of these pain-blocking effects, it could be even more effective for anyone being kept awake by pain or discomfort stemming from muscular, skeletal issues or injury.
Whereas SOOTHE contains Limonene which is anti-inflammatory and alleviates pain, it also contains Turmeric extract which is another potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant.
Post work out
We have two products in our CBD oil range which can be used pre and post exercise. Our ENERGISE can help give individuals the boost they need to get up and go, whereas our SOOTHE can help aid any post exercise soreness or injury.
With many people keen to get back into exercise post pandemic, it’s easy to push your body harder than it can cope with. Many have found CBD oil to help reduce inflammation and stress after a workout.
This recent study published in the International Journal of Physical Education, Sport and Health 2020 has shown that CBD oil can help relieve delayed onset muscle soreness and exercise induced muscle damage, which naturally occurs after physical activity due to microscopic damage to muscle fibres, since its healing properties are known to reduce muscle pain, bodily aches and inflammation.