Hemp Oil Neuropathy Remedy, Is it Possible?


Peripheral neuropathy is the damage to the nerve cells, fibers and the surrounding tissues along the nervous system caused by traumatic injury, infection, metabolic trouble or diabetes – which, incidentally, is the most common trigger.

This damage results in poor information signal transmission between the brain and different parts of the body, a condition that contributes to one’s inability to control limbs properly as well as experience normal sensation. It is also one of the causes of the loss of bladder and bowel control.

Some other common symptoms of this disease include weakness, numbness, itching, electric shock and pain, especially, in the hands and feet. It is also common for the disease to cause changes in blood pressure, which results in dizziness or lightheadedness.

Moreover, people suffering from neuropathy find it hard to engage in normal day-to-day activities. In fact, it not only disrupts life but also makes it distinctly unbearable, and it does this to over 200 million people around the world.

Hemp oil may provide a comprehensive treatment

Hemp oil neuropathy treatment has proven to be not only comprehensive but also easy to use. Hemp oil is extracted from the hemp plant and is rich in cannabidiol (CBD). Even though the hemp plant itself is still illegal in many jurisdictions, hemp oil is largely considered legal in most of the states.

Many patients have reported that hemp oil helped them tackle inflammation and pain, both of which are synonymous with peripheral neuropathy. Apparently, it achieves this through nutrients like Vitamin B, Amino acids and Omega-3 fats. These nutrients do cure, manage and even prevent development of peripheral neuropathy symptoms.

Hemp oil has several nutrients critical in easing peripheral neuropathy

The acetyl-L-carnitine Amino acid, in particular, is very useful in dealing with the side effects of the chemotherapy that victims of this disease and other conditions that cause it are typically compelled to undergo.

Likewise, Omega-3 fats, apart from reducing the inflammation and pain, also improve blood flow and fight other common symptoms that accompany the disease. Hemp oil also treats depression, a condition that is very common among peripheral neuropathy patients.

Hemp oil has advantages over conventional medications

The treatment has many advantages over other forms of remedies, especially pharmaceutical medication like anti-inflammatory and anti-seizure drugs, which doctors usually prescribe for this condition. It does not have side effects like nausea or vomiting, nor is there a danger of overdose.

It also helps underlying causes

Hemp oil deals not only with peripheral neuropathy but also with the underlying causes like diabetes, shingles, Epstein-Barr virus, hepatitis C, HIV, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and kidney disorders. It also prevents deficiencies of vitamin B-1, B-6 and B-12 Vitamin E, which lead to the development of the condition.

Hemp oil neuropathy treatment is a multifaceted solution. It treats the symptoms, tackles the underlying causing diseases, and prevents enabling deficiencies.

  • Hello Brandon,

    My question is about servings. I have Diabetes and some neuropathy. I have been using marijuana for recreation for many years, but the CBD which I’m learning about, is not very high in the average cannabis that is smoked. Do you have any suggestions?

  • Lisa Ann Setchel

    What would be the best beginning dose for a 13 year old boy with Autism and epilepsy?

  • Kathy

    I’m currently taking Norco among other things, for neuropathic pain. These meds only work minimally at best and I’m looking for a replacement. I’m drug tested per DEA rules. Will I test positive taking CBD Hemp Oil?

    • joan_of_artist

      Dear Kathy, I also have neuropathy. No drug has been helpful so far. I am trying hemp oil (CBD), but sad to say, so far no luck. Does anyone know how long it might take before you feel relief? If not from CBD, then would something containing THC likely be helpful?

      • Vespa

        My partner has severe neuropathy. From what I researched so far, it’s not hemp seed oil (which is widely available) but hemp BUD oil that works wonders for neuropathy. Some people make it themselves, but I have no idea how to get hold of it, so I he hasn’t had the opportunity to try it out…

  • Lucy Ruiz

    Hi Kathy, this is Lucy on the Customer Service Team at Healthy Hemp Oil. It is highly unlikely that you would test positive on a drug test since the THC content is virtually low it is undetectable. You can read more about it here https://healthyhempoil.com/hemp-oil-drug-test/#.VFd7Q2eSwaw. If you have other questions, don’t hesitate to reach out. You can also reach us thru email at [email protected] or 1-844-HEMP-OIL.

    • joan_of_artist

      Lucy: Do you have any comment about Hemp Bud Oil (mentioned above) or about combining CBD oil with THC? I have very bad peripheral neuropathy (non-diabetic) and have had the best results with taking THC with the CBD, which for me, means getting marijuana locally, and smoking (which I hate). Any thoughts?

  • Mary

    I have horrible pain from RSD and I am finding it hard to get any info on dosage that are consistent. I have a bottle I paid 100 for and have been squirting it under my tongue daily three or four squirts. I don’t know. Going to use it til it is gone and then send it back to amazon with olive oil in it or something…I know I am bad. But I am desperate for pain relief.