‘I Wanted To End My Life But CBD Changed My Life’: Can CBD Help Chronic Pain? | This Morning

This Morning published this video item, entitled “‘I Wanted To End My Life But CBD Changed My Life’: Can CBD Help Chronic Pain? | This Morning” – below is their description.

“I’d reached rock bottom and wanted to end my life” – these were the words of mum of three, Jade Proudman who lived with crippling pain and relied on morphine and a plethora of medication to help her function day-to-day. But everything changed in 2016 when Jade tried CBD oil for the first time – and within 48 hours she was on track for a pain free life! Fast forward 6 years later and Jade is now a campaigner of CBD products, selling them to thousands of individuals around the world. She joins us in the studio to share her story alongside Dr Nighat.

Broadcast on 17/05/22

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Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of 113 identified cannabinoids in cannabis plants. Clinical research on CBD includes studies related to anxiety, cognition, movement disorders, and pain.

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