According to medical news today, early research supports the idea that CBD may help with pain.
A 2017 study by Trusted Source indicates that CBD helped improve markers of inflammation, pain, and nerve damage in an animal model of osteoarthritis.
A 2015 study by Trusted Source also found that CBD may reduce pain and inflammation in a rat model of arthritis.
Additionally, a review article in Frontiers in Pharmacology found that cannabinoids such as CBD show promise for chronic pain management and that most people tolerate them well.
While these studies provide early evidence to support using CBD for joint pain, further high-quality evidence in humans can help support the claim.
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