Chronic Pain and Pain Relax
Our team of scientists has developed an incredible new product for chronic pain, packed with endocannabinoids containing zero THC or CBD. Perfect for treating pain, inflammation, and stress.
At Beautanical Therapy, we recommend Pain Relax for anyone who requires taking a daily supplement and doesn't want the effects that long-term drug use may have on your body. A must have for chronic pain that is extracted from hemp and is a 100% natural and safe product that can be used daily, with no adverse side effects.
It is effective for:
- Chronic pain
- Antiemetic – Reduces vomiting and nausea.
- Anti-inflammatory – Reduces inflammation systemically.
- Anti-Proliferative – aggressively Inhibits cancer cell growth.
- Anti Parasitic
- Cox2 2 inhibitor reduces and controls pain
- Heals menstrual cramps, bloat, and nausea
- Rapid anti-anxiety
- Aids in benzodiazepine, alcohol, and opioid addiction withdrawal syndrome
- Effective in the treatment of PTSD and panic attacks
Chronic Pain and CBDA Compound
We know a lot less about the effects of CBDA compared to the effects of CBD. Most people reading this probably haven't come across the term. The reason for that is because there is a lack of research on the topic. Scientists are only just beginning to understand the effects of CBD (cannabidiol acid), which is one of many compounds produced by cannabis and hemp.
Abundant in live plants of CBD varieties, it converts to the better-known cannabinoid CBD (cannabidiol) over time when exposed to heat. For more information about the compound CBDA checkout Leafly's blog post on it. (Click Here)
Why Scientist Haven't Studied It?
The simple answer is that until very recently, scientists didn’t think that cannabinoids had any effect in their acidic, non-active form. As a result, they didn’t bother to run many studies on other inactive cannabinoids.
However, all of this started to change in 2008. That year, some researchers noticed that CBDA had a very similar structure to commonly-used non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).
This class of drugs includes everyday painkillers such as acetaminophen and ibuprofen. These researchers followed up on their discoveries by investigating whether they worked the same way as common NSAIDs. Amazingly, they found that it inhibits COX-2, the same body chemical that gets inhibited by NSAIDs.
Pain Relax Also Treats Nausea and Anxiety
In other words, it isn’t just used to reduce inflammation and chronic pain. Would you believe us if we told you it also treats nausea and anxiety? This is because there is a similarity between CBD and CBDA. However, the latter is more effective. It’s more than a thousand times more effective than its counterpart in activating a serotonin receptor that reduces nausea and anxiety. This effect is more pronounced in chemotherapy patients who are using ondansetron (OND) to treat nausea.
As a result, it doesn’t act directly on the endocannabinoid system. Instead, by inhibiting COX-2 activity, it has an indirect effect. It also acts on 5-HT receptors, which influence serotonin production. Serotonin production is essential to overall health, including reduced anxiety and general well-being.
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Testimonials for Pain Relax Treatment
‘I'm a nurse in intensive care. I've had back issues for a few years. The only thing that helped was a cortisone injection into my spine. Lately it's really worrying me and Sandy has been trying to help me with drops and creams. I found Mobilize helped but the drops have really helped. I've not taken pain killers for 5 days. I'm pain free. I was taking over the counter meds and I've taken nothing for 5 days. Thanks so much to Beautanical therapy.’ - Sue Ninow
‘I had a bad fall in November 2020 and hurt my ankle and elbow. I had physiotherapy for a while which did help but the pain was still there. I have started using Healing oil, Mobilize cream and Pain Relax drops. I found the drops a miracle as have been pain free for over 2 weeks now. No more pain killers. Thank you Beautanical Therapy!’ - Tracey Stentiford