Cannabidiol (CBD) Oil Can Aid Pain Relief
Seven Craig Semones II - PCA-Intern

June 12, 2018


I love to sit at a park or at a shopping center and people watch.

You see a couple on their first date holding hands and smiling.

You see a father playing with his little girl and her laugh resonates through the park.

A married couple of at least thirty years walks by holding hands, talking about life, and reminiscing about old memories.

I know we all have witnessed these beautiful occasions, and we might have experienced one of these similar moments ourselves.

In the midst of all that fun time with a friend or loved one they silently have a pain in their joints due to inflammation.

You might have been the one pushing through the pain trying to enjoy the moment with your loved one.

You were putting your best smile forward, but under it all you were in so much discomfort from the inflammation within your joints.

Cannabidiol (CBD) Oil can Help with Your Inflammation

Inflammation is a natural response from the body to help heal itself because the immune system recognizes that there are harmful stimuli that is present within the body.

In fact, if it wasn’t for these inflammatory responses of the body due to infections, wounds, and any tissue that is damaged the body would not be able to heal itself.

Chronic inflammation can eventually cause diseases and conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis (Medical News Today).

Cannabidiol (CBD) Oil is nonintoxicating and has many beneficial effects such as reducing anxiety,

anti-inflammatory, and reduces nausea (Iffland and Grotenhermen, 2017, p. 139).

Why Wait Another Day?

Have you been battling with Inflammation in your joints or do you know someone that has?

Try CBD Oil for yourself!

Come into Palmetto Counseling Associates today and our receptionist can help you with your purchase.

If you have any questions about the CBD Oil reach out today either by calling (803) 254-9767 or find out more about CBD Oil by clicking on the bottle of CW Everyday Advanced below.


Iffland & Grotenhermen (2017). Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research, 2.1


Disclaimer: CBD Oil can be misidentified as THC within a Drug Screening.