Pain Management x Mad Ritual

Millions of us live with pain on a daily basis. Whether it is acute muscular pain, chronic pain or neuropathic pain; more people than ever are looking for safe and effective alternatives to NSAIDS and opioids for pain management

Phrases like "no pain, no gain" and "pain is just weakness leaving the body" misinterpret pain as a sign of progress or strength. However, pain comes from inflammation. And we know even low-grade inflammation can cause damage over time, contributing to larger health issues and conditions.

Reducing inflammation is key to managing pain and improving overall health. So, how do we do it? Unfortunately there is no magic cure-all pill or topical that can do it all. However, clinical studies have confirmed that CBD reduces the levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines. Topical CBD like Mad Ritual is absorbed through the skin, reaching deeper layers of tissue and interacting with the body's endocannabinoid system. 

Pain Management 101: What Type of Pain Do You Have?

Acute Pain: Acute pain usually comes on suddenly, can feel intense and is caused by something specific. Localized muscle pain caused by tension, muscle injury or overuse is an example of acute pain.

Mad Ritual Relief Rub is ideal for acute pain because it provides targeted relief within minutes. CBD is absorbed quickly and goes directly to the area of inflammation.

Chronic Pain: Chronic pain can range from distracting to debilitating. Building a routine of stretching and self massage can help reduce chronic pain associated with old injuries and conditions like fibromyalgia.

Using heat therapy prior to applying topical CBD can also aid absorption. Opting for a full-body soak with a CBD bath bomb allows for extended exposure and head-to-toe coverage.

Arthritic Pain: Over 52 million American adults have arthritis or another rheumatic condition diagnosed by a doctor. 30% of those people are 45-64 years old. Arthritis can lead to severe joint pain and limited mobility. Utilizing Relief Rub to minimize inflammation can reduce discomfort.

However, it's important to note that arthritis is not a singular condition. Various types of arthritis will respond differently to anti-inflammatory treatments like topical CBD. Those with later stage osteoarthritis often report less success due to joint degeneration and the resulting "bone on bone" pain.

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