Category: Fibromyalgia

Cannabis Gum For Fibromyalgia

    Living with fibromyalgia is living a life of pain. Day in and day out, fibromyalgia patients have to endure excruciating pain and pressure on tender points throughout the body. Other symptoms include difficulty sleeping, headaches, irritable bowel syndrome, morning stiffness, painful menstrual periods, restless leg syndrome, numbness or tingling in the hands and feet,

Eating Raw Weed Prevents Bowel Cancer, Fibromyalgia and Neuro-degenerative Diseases

  Cannabis is commonly used all around the world, primarily smoked. However, a recent research has shown that the consumption of raw cannabis can provide impressive health benefits. It is definitely among the superfoods, as it includes more than 400 chemical compounds containing essential oils, acids, and vitamins. It is rich in cannabinoid acids which

Distinct Pain Signature Seen in People With Fibromyalgia

By Thomas G. Ciccone   Interview with Tor D. Wager, PhD Historically, fibromyalgia (FM) lacks a definitive explanation for its underlying mechanisms of action,1 and has little consensus on objective, consistent physiological characteristics to define the condition for patients and physicians.2 Given the range of widespread, generalized symptoms, making a diagnosis of FM poses an ongoing challenge, despite its prevalence.3 Findings

7 Toxic Everyday Products That Can Worsen Fibromyalgia

It was found 16 percent of fibromyalgia patients also suffer from Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS), a common condition showing symptoms such as headaches, exhaustion, pain in the abdomen and joints and brain fog etc. MCS can easily be triggered by exposure to chemicals in the environment and everyday products. These products that we use daily

7 Toxic Everyday Products That Can Worsen Fibromyalgia

It was found 16 percent of fibromyalgia patients also suffer from Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS), a common condition showing symptoms such as headaches, exhaustion, pain in the abdomen and joints and brain fog etc. MCS can easily be triggered by exposure to chemicals in the environment and everyday products. These products that we use daily