New cannabis patch for fibromyalgia pain and diabetic nerve pain treatment

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  1. tracy leist says:

    I would like to know where i can get the patches and chewing gum

  2. Mandy Vance says:

    How do I get more information on this? Would like to discuss it with my Rheumatologist

  3. Jean says:

    I would like to know where I can get Cannabis patch as it is new.

  4. Julie Souder says:

    Where can you purchase these patches

  5. Are they looking for fibromyalgia patients for tests how do I get in the lists

  6. Shirley Cummings says:

    I would really like to know how I can get Cannabis Patch and also the chewing gum please?

  7. I want to get hold of the patches in Australia plz someone fwd information plz pretty plz it not a want its a need

  8. Jean Pavey says:

    Is this legal in UK & will GPS prescribe it?

  9. Dale Weber says:

    Does anyone know where we can purchase these Cannibis patches? Thank you!

  10. Cindi Saunders says:

    im on pain meds doesnt work how can i get this please……

  11. Connie says:


  12. Elizabeth Cronin says:

    Where ca these patches be got please? I am in Ireland (Republic). Are they prescribed by dr? How much? Legal here?

  13. CAROL SMITH says:

    I am desperate for pain relief but live in the UK will you be supplying to the UK

  14. Pamela says:

    Interested in pain patches as I have both Fibromyalgia and Neuropathy!

    • ellen leach says:

      I have osteoarthritis and fibromyalgia, in my right hip knees and both feet. I am 71 and depressed and angry that my once active life has gone because of this awful condition I have. Please send me information about the patches and other ways to get pain relief.

  15. Anne Winter says:

    Please send info. My friend is in agony with diabetic PN.

  16. Dave says:

    You can grow a plant, harvest and make your own medicine.

    • Jane Stevenson says:

      Indeed you can, but you need to be able to take out the psychoactive ingredient. Some dodctord will prescribe CBD, but very rare.

  17. Elaine Wardell says:

    I’m interested…please send me information on how to get.

  18. Where I be interested maybe it would work for torn shoulder too?

  19. Ronald DuPont says:

    O have diabetic nerve pain in my toes and can not afford lyrics. Does this really help?

    • simon says:

      If your diabetic and live in England you do not have to pay for prescriptions for the rest of your life once diagnosed, i have no problem getting lyrics IE pregabalin pharmaceutical name lyrica

    • Deloris Sutton says:

      Talk with your Dr office. I get my Lyrica free from the manufacturer because I am below their income guidelines.

  20. joe darcy says:

    Hi Julia , would be nice if you gave us the company name , so if we need the product , we have somewhere to start.

  21. Carolyn s Arnold says:

    Am interested in finding where to purchase these for pain relief. My hubby has shoulder , and hand pain all the time. He was and is a welder by trade. Also back pain.

  22. David Jackson says:

    My wife suffers with arthritis every day for the last 15 to 20 years, we have been married for over 36 years and I feel hopeless to help her, any help for her would be fantastic.

    • David, I sympathize on the feelings of helplessness when it comes to our loved ones. My son has Cystic Fibrosis and no amount of treatments will cure him. All we can hope for is a life that doesn’t exist with chronic discomfort. Let’s talk and see if the patch or another intake method would be best.

  23. Louise Harvey says:

    Please let me be a guinea pig if you need people to test these on. I’ve had fibro for years and sometimes feel I can’t carry on living with the pain xxx

  24. Ana Da Cunha says:

    I need it badly. In constant pain everyday. Where can we purchase the patch.

  25. Kathi says:

    Interested for biabetic nerve pain

  26. bryan williams says:

    i wood like some patchs pls

  27. Terri Boyer says:

    Where can I purchase the cannabis patch?

  28. susan m deem says:

    i NEED these very much, Please where can I purchase them

  29. I do not have diabetic nerve pain but severe diabetic Neuropathy causing total numbness in my toes that causes me to lose my balance easily……………does this patch help with the numbness at all?

    • Pat C. says:

      I suffer from Charcot Foot.Home from wk since October.I have no feeling in right foot.Return to wk end of May I hope.I hope i can drive with no feeling in Right Foot.I was in a cast from Oct till Feb.Changed every 3 weeks.Now in a special made Brace/Boot.Heavy as anything.I want this patch also.

    • Pam Sims says:

      no it won’t for that but neurontin pills should help. also I have gotten relief taking termuric/cucumin capsules found in vitamin section at walmart. it decreases inflammation

      • Laura Kelly says:

        Read everything at ‘’ before action. The info should help you. Also, get checked for h-pylori bacteria, as this can cause neuro symptoms although the test is unreliable with people reporting several negative tests before a positive. A local herbalist can help you with symptoms too.

  30. Janette McGrory says:

    Is this patch any good for nuropathy and perrithial nuropathy I have suffered both for the past 9 yrs and I’m at present on pregablin an other nerve tabletes

  31. monkeysjumping says:

    Mary’s Medicinals has been making these for years in Colorado.

  32. Irene West says:

    I need help with Diabetic Nuropathy in feet. I’m desperate!!

  33. anne ainslie says:

    Where can I get them

  34. Claire says:

    Im in severe pain everyday with fibromyalgia and neuropathy . Am interested in finding out more about this patch. Is it available in uk? Please keep me informed regards this topic.

  35. Ann DiPascale says:

    Would this be good for my husbands Arthritis in his lower spine, cannot tolerate opium based pain killers so relys on 8 paracetamol a day for 15 years on top of his Arthritis tablets

    • Ann, I have been using patches for years. I put them on my wrist on the vein area and on my sciatica to relieve back and leg pain. I feel the patch could be an excellent intake method. We can discuss other options as well, if you’d like. Don’t hesitate to reach out.

  36. Teresa says:

    I would be interested in trials. I have fibromyalgia and osteoarthritis. I do not take anything other than ibuprophen when it’s bad…I’m just exhausted.

  37. Linda Albaugh says:

    I need help with neuropathy pain.

  38. Deborah Hogue says:

    I suffer with diabetic nerve pain in my feet. Would love to learn more and where to purchase the patches.

  39. Doris Miller says:

    Where can this be purchased?

  40. elmarie says:

    Please give me more info about this. thank you

  41. Marie Slucher says:

    Where can I find these patches I’m in pain 24/7

  42. Traci says:

    I would like to try this!! Where and how can I get one of these???

    • Sandy shay says:

      I have been suffering with Fibromyalgia for 10 years. Please tell me how I can obtain these patches. I would be interested in participating in any patient test program.
      Thank you.

  43. Tricia says:

    Like the others I am very interested.

  44. Donna colenso says:

    I would like to know about the trial I had a stroke 3yrs ago and I’m in excruciating pain every single day.

  45. Joe Cote says:

    I would like to know how to get these

  46. Laura Connolly says:

    Interested for my son.

  47. jacqueline cook says:

    Is this available in south Australia?

  48. Della cornock says:

    I am interested in being a tester if you are doing trials please

  49. Donna says:

    Are these patches available now? If so, can Dr write prescription or are they purchased elsewhere?

  50. Jean says:

    I would like to try this foe pelvic pain how can I get it from is it legal in the UK

  51. Stephen says:

    I would like to know where I can buy this product and would it work for arthritis ?

  52. Shannon says:

    I would love more information on these patches. I suffer from Chronic migraines which seem to consume most of my life,

  53. Aileen Robertson says:

    Where are these available

  54. Alice says:

    I would also like to know on how to get the patches,I’m in pain everywhere & every day thank you

  55. Evol says:

    My husband suffers chronic shingles nerve pain in his are, is currently using a TENS machine but is soon to have a defribulator inserted in his chest and will not be able to use his machine. For the love of God when are our Governments going to wake up and legalise this stuff. People are desperate.

  56. Joan Watson says:

    You can buy the Cannabis oil from Holland and Barrett.. £19.95 for 10 mls

  57. Wini Chikigak says:

    Count me in, Fibromyalgia, Scoliosis, Arthritis, etc. etc.

  58. Danna MacKinnon says:

    omg this is the cure

  59. Beulah Richard says:

    please where can we get the patch? I live in Canada

  60. Kim M. Stanko says:

    Where can I get these patches??

  61. Hennie says:

    I have Neuro spine pain where can I get some of this patches to buy

  62. Tracy says:

    I am extremely interested in these patches. How do we get them? I have my MMJ license.

  63. jackie Copeman says:

    I need help with diabetic pain in left hand and arm and pai in lower back and legs

  64. Caroline Kerr says:

    Is it available in the Uk yet?

  65. Emilie Franklin says:

    My husband has the Diabetic nerve pain… Hasn’t found any thing that will help… If this really works, He would like to try it.

  66. G Brown says:

    Brill where can you buy these patches

  67. Jane lewington says:

    I am in absolute agony, I’ve used cannabis oil. Where can I get the patches or the chewing gum. I really need to get something to help with the pain

  68. Gertrud Proffitt says:

    I really need this solution for me. I take fentynal and would like to get off it.

  69. Anita Boshoff Booyse says:

    Will it help for Rheumatoid

  70. Diana says:

    Where do get these patches for Fibromyalgia pain.

  71. Bernice Sanchez says:

    Where can I get this

  72. Jim says:

    Use cannibus capsules. Can I get patches in Ohio.

  73. Sandra Legg says:

    I would love to try the patches I have fibromyalgia pain is excessive and most days I just don’t want to move sometimes the pain just comes in waves.

  74. Barbars says:

    Where can I get these patches please

  75. Barbara says:

    Where can I get these patches please

  76. William Clark says:

    A little respect for history, please. No one should promote the canard that marijuana is dangerous–inherently toxic–like pharmaceutical drugs. Marijuana is not a ‘drug’, unless we lean heavily on Merriam-Webster’s third and broadest definition, as something that affects the mind. By that definition, religion and television (‘the plug-in drug’) should also be included.

    There are differences between drugs and medicinal herbs.

    Drugs are often useful, but typically burdened with cautionary notes and lists of side effects as long as one’s arm. ‘The works of Man are flawed.’. ‘New’ drugs must be unique creations, different enough from existing ‘approved’ drugs to merit their own patents. They are tested for ‘safety’ among limited groups of ‘subjects’, and therefore carry lists of cautionary notes and warnings–everything lawyers can imagine–implying that the contents have not been proved safe or suitable for all persons.

    Medicinal herbs are cultivated, bred, and refined over many years, often over centuries. They are judged successful when they benefit many persons, and are found safe for use within general populations.

    “The Nixon campaign in 1968, and the Nixon White House after that had two enemies: the anti-war left and black people. We knew we couldn’t make it illegal to be either against the war or black, but by getting people to associate the hippies with marijuana and blacks with heroin, and then criminalizing both heavily, we could disrupt those communities. We could arrest their leaders, break up their homes, break up their meetings, and vilify them night after night on the evening news. Did we know we were lying about the drugs? Of course we did.” –John Ehrlichman

    Activists have since found that marijuana is the ‘gateway’ away from alcohol and opiate addictions. Here prohibition of cannabis has been built on a tissue of lies: Concern For Public Safety. Our new laws save hundreds of lives every year, on our highways alone. In November of 2011, a study at the University of Colorado found that in the thirteen states that decriminalized marijuana between 1990 and 2009, traffic fatalities dropped by nearly nine percent—now nearly ten percent in Michigan—more than the national average, while sales of beer went flat by five percent. No wonder Big Alcohol opposes it. Ambitious, unprincipled, profit-driven undertakers might be tempted too.

    In 2012 a study released by 4AutoinsuranceQuote revealed that marijuana users are safer drivers than non-marijuana users, as “the only significant effect that marijuana has on operating a motor vehicle is slower driving”, which “is arguably a positive thing”.

    No one has ever died from an overdose of marijuana. It’s the most benign ‘substance’ in history.

    Marijuana has many benefits, most of which are under-reported or never mentioned in American newspapers. Research at the University of Saskatchewan indicates that, unlike alcohol, cocaine, heroin, or Nancy (“Just say, ‘No!’”) Reagan’s beloved nicotine, marijuana is a neuroprotectant that actually encourages brain-cell growth. Researchers in Spain (the Guzman study) and other countries have discovered that it also has tumor-shrinking, anti-carcinogenic properties. These were confirmed by the 30-year Tashkin population study at UCLA.

    Marijuana is a medicinal herb, the most benign and versatile in history. In 1936 Sula Benet, a Polish anthropologist, traced the history of the word “marijuana”. It was “cannabis” in Latin, and “kanah bosm” in the old Greek and Hebrew scrolls, quite literally the Biblical Tree of Life, used by early Christians to treat everything from skin diseases to deep pain and despair. Why despair? Consider the current medical term for cannabis sativa: a “mood elevator”. . . as opposed to antidepressants, which ‘flatten out’ emotions, leaving patients numb to both depression and joy.

    The very name, “Christ” translates as “the anointed one”. Well then, anointed with what? It’s a fair question. And it wasn’t holy water, friends. Holy water came into wide use in the Middle Ages. In Biblical times, it was used by a few tribes of Greek pagans. And Christ was neither Greek nor pagan.

    Medicinal oil, for the Prince of Peace. A formula from the Biblical era has been rediscovered. It specifies a strong dose of oil from kanah bosom, ‘the fragrant cane’ of a dozen uses: ink, paper, rope, nutrition. . . . It was clothing on their backs and incense in their temples. And a ‘skinful’ of medicinal oil could certainly calm one’s nerves, imparting a sense of benevolence and connection with all living things. No wonder that the ‘anointed one’ could gain a spark, an insight, a sense of the divine, and the confidence to convey those feelings to friends and neighbors.

    Don’t want it in your neighborhood? Maybe you’re not the Christian you thought you were.

    Me? I’m appalled at the number of ‘Christian’ politicians, prosecutors, and police who pose on church steps or kneeling in prayer on their campaign trails, but cannot or will not face the scientific or the historical truths about cannabis, Medicinal Herb Number One, safe and effective for thousands of years, and celebrated as sacraments by most of the world’s major religions.

  77. Tracy says:

    Interested in finding out more, I have nerve pain from MS.

  78. Carla Brown says:

    This is very interesting and I would be willing to try this . I actually willing to try anything to get rid of pain that no one else can see and thinks oh its not that bad…. 🙁 I am sure if you print this off and take to your Dr. they are more than likely can guild you to how you can get this or your pharmacist. My Doctor already flat out said not to me getting cannabis for smoking for it is not the answer SHE SAID. Another one that does not suffer and thinks because she is book smart she knows what will or will not work for me.

  79. Connie Darling says:

    Noticed you haven’t answered any of the comments! Not helpful if we don’t know where to get the products.

  80. Kim-field says:

    I would like to take part in this for my fibromyalgia or where could I get it from please

  81. Kim says:

    I would like to take part in this for my frybromialga or where do I get it from

  82. Wendell Stevens says:

    I am very interested in this product and would like to try some out. Please e-mail me a response.

  83. Wendell Stevens says:

    I am very interested in giving the patch a try as I have pain from multiple myeloma cancer.

  84. Jeanette says:

    I am in pain all the time and nothing helps. Are these patches available for me to try?

  85. Shirley says:

    I would like to try this!! Where and how can I get one of these?

  86. Jeanette says:

    I am very interested in this patch . I am always in pain and nothing works. Are these patches available for me to try.

  87. You can make patches- poultices- although they will need to be changed more often. The best way is to take fresh cannabis, mash well, apply to an area of skin where the pain is acute, close to visible veins. Tape gauze over it or use a large patch bandaid. You can also reconstitute dry cannabis with some vodka and apply the same way. Replace when the pain returns.

  88. Mary Kersey says:

    be nice if it was available to the public or at the very least via neurologists.

  89. You can make patches- poultices- although they will need to be changed more often. The best way is to take fresh cannabis, mash well, apply to an area of skin where the pain is acute, close to visible veins. Tape gauze over it or use a large patch bandaid. You can also reconstitute dry cannabis with some vodka and apply the same way. Replace when the pain returns.

  90. Dot Daoust says:

    Are doctors prescribing this?

  91. where would i find theses n how much

  92. I have numbness and tingling on my feet and would be very interested in this.I have so much discomfort. Please let me know how I can get this

  93. Nora Coyle says:

    Will any insurance company pay for this patch?

  94. Traci says:

    Can I get info on how to get the patch

  95. Timberlea Heath says:

    me and my husband would love to try this we go to work everyday in pain

  96. Sammy says:

    I was speaking with a brain Surgon and he informed me that medical canibis does not work the healing qualities have been taken out , he said I would be better off moving to a country where I can get old fashioned hash oil , they use it in countries where it is original form , it has been used since 1945; and it works , he said he was not supposed to tell me , but did not want me to waste my time or money , this was off the record

  97. Holly says:

    I would like to know how to find CBD. Been suffering for 15 years. Nothing helps.

    • Libby says:

      If it’s CBD you want without the THC, you can find it online and buy it. With the THC, you need to get approved from a medicinal marijuana Dr. and then the state will issue you a card and you go to the dispensary or on-line to purchase what you need. Hope this helps some. I just got approved and am waiting for my “card” and hope this works for me. Good Luck!

    • Ann says:

      Internet web site is love cbd my daughter suffers with fibromyalgia and this oil really works the more strength the better

      • Rosie Thomas says:

        Yes I buy CBD oil in spray form from love cbd. The strength is greater than many places & their service is good.
        It annoys me that we have to pay so much for such tiny relief, yet I’d pay even more if I could get more relief.

  98. belinda says:

    I also whant some please

  99. Donna Young says:

    i would like to try this and get off all the other meds that i m taking. How do i go about getting this patch. I have Fibro and RA

  100. Lyn says:

    I would like to try this to save me taking painkillers everyday. Can you please tell me where I can get it from

  101. Diane Donaldson says:

    I live in the UK howcan get these patches

  102. Irene Crawford says:

    I would like to try the patch as well. Where can I get it? Suffer from Fibromyalgia, diabetic nerve pain in my feet, severe back and neck pain.

  103. I’m interested in this

  104. Karen says:

    Please where can these be purchased from ?

  105. Karen says:

    Please where can these be purchased from .Thanks

  106. Ann Kenny says:

    I would also be very interested have fibromyalgia over 10 years now and so sick of been in pain nothing work doctors med’s made me very depressed

  107. Chuck says:

    Diabetic neuropethy in my feet, legs, and hands.

  108. howard leach says:

    i believe in cana. cure would like to get info.

  109. I have Peripheral Neuropathy and take medication but I would like to be able to try the cannabis patches.

  110. I have Peripheral Neuropathy and take medication but I would like to be able to try the cannabis patches. My feet are numb but the pain is bad without the medication. Please can I try it.

  111. Martin says:

    Does anybody ever get a reply?

  112. Diane Picard says:

    I have fibro since before 2000 and the pain is so bad that I have a hard time touching my own skin. I have tried different medications and nothing is working . At times my skin burns like I am on fire. This is a constant daily pain. I need to find something that will help me. I also have RA.

  113. Diane Picard says:

    I have fibro since before 2000 and the pain is so bad that I have a hard time touching my own skin. I have tried different medications and nothing is working . At times my skin burns like I am on fire. This is a constant daily pain. I need to find something that will help me. I also have RA.

    • Jeff Hendrix says:

      My RA doctor assured me that if I have Fibromyalgia, there’s no way my positive tests for RA could be accurate as he says if you have one or the other, you can’t have both.

      It’s terrible that posts like this pop up, but not one link that I can pull up that actually sells the patches!

  114. J Sherron says:

    I would love more information for purchase, I have fibromyalgia and my husband has diabetic neuropathy in his feet

  115. Nadine says:

    Many of you are asking where you can get this. I don’t know about the patches, but there is an abundance of choices for the CBD pills at Campbell’s Nutrition….don’t know about online, but they sell it there over the counter in two locations in Des Moines, Iowa.

  116. marilena dalbey says:


  117. Christa says:

    Is this available in South Africa. I have pain every day of my life. Would like to know more about the patches. Thank you

  118. peggy burke says:

    my son has nerve pain very bad he hurts every day ad night

  119. Rena Adams says:

    I need help for Sciatica and Rheumatic pain, where do we find more info..

  120. Keely lamb says:

    I would like to try the patches too. How do I get them

  121. wendy crabbe says:

    wendy…woo oooh am in for the patches to ..when pain gets too much

  122. patty arias says:

    I would love to get this patch where can I buy it? I have fibromyalgia, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Hashimoto disease, Degenerative Disk Diseases for a few years and on lots of Meds that are not helping, I also get epidural shots but those only work for a few weeks. I need something else I’m tired of taking so many medications that don’t work and with bad side effects.

  123. Susie says:

    Very interested

    • Lori says: to order CBD

      CBD is one of more than 80 cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. Plants high in THC and low in CBD are referred to as marijuana and can cause the user to get “high”. Plants low in THC and high in CBD have no intoxicating side effects and is referred to as hemp. Hemp is legal in all 50 states and more than 40 countries worldwide. Hemp like its cousin marijuana has medicinal properties but unlike marijuana, users do not have to visit a doctor for Rx, or be placed on a registry. CBD is available for purchase legally under the 2014 Farm Bill.

  124. Nerissa Willis says:

    I would like to know where you can get the patches…Please.

  125. Cate says:

    I would be interested in being part of this trial also. Fybromyalgia, meningiomas, back operations and recentlyhad pelvic mesh removed.

  126. Beverly Oliver says:

    Very interested

  127. Catherine says:

    I’m very interested in the trials and also how and where to get them please thank you

  128. Michele says:

    I would be interested in a trial of the patches. I don’t have diabetic nerve pain but I do have Neuropathy in both feet causing major pain.

  129. Jools says:

    Love how they dangle the carrot and then ignore all the comments asking for more info.

  130. Sharon Johnstone says:

    As all the others have said, where do you get these products? I am in contant pain, not only with fibromyalgia but with arthritis of the spine and shoulder and constant sciatica. Life is just miserable!

  131. Susan Mary Rumsey says:

    This sounds good would love to know more

  132. Christa says:

    Also have pain every single day. Dr says its fibromyalgia. Where can I get the patches.

  133. Jane wilson says:

    Please help am desperate

  134. Bill says:

    For those interested in the research and information regarding Cannabis Science, CBD and Medical Marijuana, Cannabis Science has launched a new patient information community called Access to community, products, research doctors and more. I think it is a promising place for information on use of hemp and medicinal marijuana for better health management.

  135. wendi steinman says:

    I suffer from fiber, where can I get the patch?????

  136. Jan Bowman says:

    Where do you get these? I would gladly give this a try.

  137. Jai says:

    I have FMS as well as my entire family and would love to have the Cannabis pain patch as well as the gum. Is this something my Dr. can order for me as a prescription?

  138. Diane says:

    Where and when can I try this

  139. Melanie Horne says:

    I was diagnosed with fibro myalgia. If possible I would like to be part of the study.

  140. Jacqueline Bagwell says:

    I’ve had fibromyalgia since 2000. I would definitely like to try this.

  141. Tina says:

    I would really like to find out where I can get these patches. I have been suffering with Fibromyalgia since 1996. The pain is unbearable some days

  142. Jan says:

    You must be in a state where medical or recreational marijuana is legal.

  143. DenisevL. Brygal says:

    Would like to know where I can purchase the patches.

  144. Jean Mcfarlane says:

    My daughter suffers with constant pain I’m sure she would be interested in these patches or if you are doing a trail for these patches and need people to try these she tried to get the oil on prescription but she was told she can’t get it on prescription she would jump at the chance to try these .

  145. Michelle Purves says:

    Hi, I currently use norspan patches, opiod tablets & diazepam. I have chronic lymber back pain from arthritis, I also have peripheral neuropathy in my right hand.
    Would love to explore alternative to current pain medications.

  146. As you can clearly see, there are so many of us interested in this. I am diabetic and have suffered with severe fibromyalgia and osteoarthritis for years. The everyday pain is so debilitating, it almost can’t be described. There are days I can’t touch my skin, withstand bright light and loud noise. Please send out more information!

  147. Dianne says:

    Live in ontario Canada. Have constant numbness in both legs and arms and both hands and arms. Going in face. Nauseous all the time. Balance bad. Where do I get this

  148. Gail Perry says:

    My fibro is brutal, working mon -fri 9 -5 at a desk is difficult. l would really like to participate in this study

  149. paula amos says:

    can we get theses of the doctors or cam i buy them x

  150. Dawn says:

    I have Fibromyalgia, Arthritis, spondylitis, and basically in most of the time. I smoke it but would prefer to try an alternative and also stop taking as many prescribed pain killer’s. Look forward to hearing from you regarding trials ect. Im in Derby in the UK.

  151. Joy Nadel says:

    I have M.S. Fibromyalgia and nerve issues all over. I would love to have these patches or know where to get them.

  152. Jan Stanley says:

    I have neuropathy, legs and feet, since 5 years. I use Lyrica 50 mg 5 times a day. I get blurry, dizzy etc
    Would like to test cannabis-oil and coconutoil.

    Where can i get them. Live in Sweden.

    Jan Stanley

  153. faye says:

    this would b fantastic no pain or fatigue

  154. Julieanne Jardine says:

    I have Diabetic pain very interesting

  155. Cindy says:

    I have had amazing results with Lidocane Infusions on a monthly basis. No downtime or side effects. Please look into this as well.

  156. christina leach says:

    I would love to try this

  157. Wendy says:

    I would like to know where I can buy these patches from and how much please

  158. Teresa says:

    I wld like to know more about this. Definitely interested in a trial. I have fibromlyasa, osteoarthritis & arthritis in pain daily & has taken away my normal life.

  159. M Burns says:

    Is this patch legal.

    • M Burns, CBD/Hemp products are legal in all 50 states. I’d be happy to answer any further questions you may have in regards to Hemp products.

      • Kathryn Beardow says:

        I’m in the uk and suffer so much with fibromyalgia and rightsided weakness from cva.
        With 6 children I’m struggling as 3 have cerebral palsy so anything that doesn’t make me like a zombie 🧟‍♀️ would be lovely.
        Do you know if there is anything in uk or can get shipped to uk that will help. Thanks

  160. Francis says:

    I have diabetic nerve pain and use a Quell unit For relief. It works pretty well but you have to wear it all the time and can be expensive for the electromagnetic pads. I recently ordered some cannabis liquid and can’t wait to see how it works.

  161. martha says:

    i had ALL( acute lymphocytic leukemia) which left me with neuropthy in my feet and I’ve had bad bouts with fibro for years. Please let me know where I can get this. Thank you.

  162. Joni D Owens says:

    Between fibromyalgia pain, arthritis, diabetic neuropathy and after effects of chemo and radiation, I’d be willing to try this to see if it would help any of the pain and discomfort I have.

  163. Daniel Araiza says:

    I hope this works better than the savella, lyrica, ambien, oxy, ETC.ETC. I vigils Judas this for my Fibro or my 6 bulging discs. I’m in AS, help me.

    • Oh my goodness, Daniel! I can tell you it’s not an invasive intake method; and CBD/Hemp does not have the harmful side effects as prescribed pharmaceuticals.

      Let’s speak more. Reach out or join my FB group. I provide free information on all things Hemp.

  164. Teresa Darlene Strzala says:

    Is this prescribed by my doctor? If not how do I get a sampler, it’s for fibromyalgia. I suffer daily.
    Thank you

    • Teresa, sadly, most FDA Approved doctors, which means your primary care physician, does not prescribe. Most won’t even speak to you about it, unfortunately.
      Some companies could give samples, but I know as a business owner myself, that would get very expensive giving samples to thousands of people.

  165. Carly says:

    Where can a person purchase the patches. Have severe arthritis and fibromyalgia.

  166. Balinda says:

    I really need this and see if it works!

  167. Alice says:

    I would also l8me to know we’re you can buy the patches

  168. Brenda Wyatt says:

    I need this bad ,pain is bad.

  169. I would so appreciate getting to try this, for I have Fibromyalgia very bad. If it just took some of the pain away, I would be thrilled! I would love to know more about this also.

  170. I would so appreciate getting to try this, even if it just took some of the pain away I would be thrilled! I would love to know more about this, but for sure in on trying it to see if it would take some of the pan away. I have it really bad.
    Thank you, Teresa Putnam

  171. Darryl says:

    Please send information on outlets to purchase products

  172. Maergaret says:

    I am suffering from fibromyalgia pain,and all the other symptoms that go with it,i would really like to know where i can purchase those patches..i live in Canada,are those patches even on the market yet.thank you.

  173. lisa napier says:

    Please I’d like to get info too. I have fibromyalgia and neuropathy. I’m very interested.

  174. lesley hardy says:

    Where can I get these to try,do they help ease the pain and what do they cost? I really need something to help me as morphine that I take isnt really helping when pain hits a high

  175. Sheila Winslow says:

    I would really like to try this. I suffer from fibromyalgia, osteoporosis and osteoarthritis. Please tell how!

  176. Brenda Dodge says:

    I would be willing to try the patches, I’m on a lot of medication that I take through out the day. I would like to get off all them. I’m in so much pain everyday 24/7 and would like to at least try it for a treatment in hopes it would give me back so much of my life that I’ve lost.

    • Joy says:

      Brenda, I have been taking CBD internal and external since Dec and it is helping. The brand I take is Legal in all 50 States. We have a preferred customer option when you refer three you get a free product. If I can help just message me.

  177. MizElle says:

    It is hard to take this seriously because the English, grammar, spelling, syntax, and punctuation is so poor. It sounds like it was written by some 3rd-world person with English as a 4th language.

    If you cannot spell it, you cannot sell it

  178. Patricia Bush says:

    As soon as it becomes legal in KY I’m on board‼️ I am disabled due to fibromyalgia and severe arthritis since 2002😔😞

  179. Debra Godwin says:

    Wnhere can I find the patch? I suffer 247 with peripheral neuropathy due to diabetes and arthritis and all of my joints. I can bafely walk, the pain i my feet is the worst it keeps me from getti g sleep which adds to other problems. Please let me know when and where ig can be purchased.
    Tha k you

  180. Holly says:

    Does anyone know where to find these patches? Are they given by perscription from your doctor? I get no relief now from the tramadol I have been taking for over 15 yrs.

  181. Loren Delutri says:

    I would love to know more information please. I shake everyday from the pain. I have fibromyalgia, 2 herniated discs, ptsd , a anxiety disorder and migraine suffer

  182. Dorothy says:

    I personally use CBD oil and it goes right into my system under the tongue and works great for my fibro. I am concerned about the proprietary blend in these patches because it won’t give you a accurate AMT of CBD needed to help.not all CBD is created equally nor made the same. At least with what I use I know exactly what’s in it. No fillers, no crap, no mixture of God knows what. Msg me for more info

  183. Dian Manning says:

    like everyone has been asking how do you the patches and there is no response to that question. Please I have Fibromyalgia and sick of taking narcotic pain pills. please stear me in the direction to find the patches

  184. Kathy says:

    I am about to turn 65 in June and I have lived in pain (Fibromyalgia and Arthritis) for a long time. I tried smoking weed, but I just hate being high. The Pot is so different from in the 60s and 70s. I have always gotten a paranoid high, back then and moreso now. My doctor would not prescribe it for me, because I have many family members that have died from lung cancer. I got some from a friend and I really did get pain relief, but I don’t want to smoke or get high. He might consider a Rx if I did not have to smoke it, maybe. Is it expensive, the oils were too expensive, my husband and I live on a fixed income now. Right now all my doc will give me is Tramadol, which provides almost no relief now, because I have been on it for so long that I have built up a tolerance level to it. I also use Tylenol Arthritis Formula, but the acetaminophen scares me. My doc would probably drop me if he knew I used acetaminophen regularly. I need help so much. I rarely leave my home anymore.

    • Joy says:

      Kathy, I can’t stand the head high or paranoid feeling either! In December I ordered CBD Oil from an old HS friend. I started with a 500 strength and have gone up to 750 Peppermint flavored. It is all natural and Legal in all 50 states as there is less than .03% THC so no pschycoactive side effects. I had tried about ten other types of Cannabinoids that just didn’t take away the pain. This stuff is amazing! Let me know if you want more information. I Sincerely hope it’s ok to share this in the group! Best regards, Joy Just message me

  185. Deloris Sutton says:

    Have any of you thought of doing your own internet searches for the answers to your questions?

  186. I would give this a try. I have fibro, chronic back and leg pain and sciatica. My husband has diabetic neuropathy. Would really like to not have pin.

  187. Pam Gardner says:

    I have to many chronic illnesses to list. Fibro for 19 yrs, almost 20, fatigue and pain is the worst, more diseases keep coming and organs starting to fail. On disability and sleep a lot. Would love to be a guinea pig if possible. won’t try anything, I don’t know of someone else personally that uses it. I also process toxins quickly. I wake during surgeries. I take as little meds as possible.

  188. Deborah says:

    I would love to be able to get it and try it out My life has been turned upside down since getting neuropathy. It gets worse little by little.

  189. tammie wehrle says:

    i need this type of treatment i have fibromyagia, diabetic nerve pain and migraines…..i live in illlinois where can you get it from in illinois

  190. Joan Austin says:

    Thank you for the information I currently take Lyrica it does assist with the nerve pain in my feet, but this is different degrees every day.

  191. Sharalyn says:

    Isodiol has Rapid Patches.

  192. Judy Zook says:

    Where can I get the patches. I have oil but I would rather have patches.

  193. Chris says:

    I have heard mixed reactions on this, it works for some and others it does not. Lyrica is over priced for what it is supposed to do and is a positive weight gain substance. I dumped mine years ago after finding a plant based nutritional system that worked for me, do I still have FLARES, yes, but nothing compared to what it use to be.

  194. Mit J Street says:

    I cannot see any reason why the British government could have any objection to this way of reducing nerve pain. It should also people like myself with ME as I too get periods of severe pain and neuropathy.
    Let`s all hope that the faster the NHS gets their head around this the better it will be to patients all over the world and in particular those who have just developed a diagnosis of FM and ME.

  195. Bill Cooper says:

    I have talked with several Dr’s about cannabis medications, and none of them are even interested into looking into the benefits, none of them are educated about cannabis medications, and they all still see it as the demonized drug it has been for decades. Another thing against it is you can’t drive a vehicle whilst using it because they can’t define the difference between medication use, and recreational use. Two pain specialist’s I have seen are dead set against it, but have no problem filling you up with schedule 8 narcotics that need written approval from Canberra. It’s going to be a very long time before this becomes an accepted, and prescribed medication.

  196. Bene says:

    It would be extremely difficult to get more grammar mistakes into such a small article.

  197. Deb says:

    Mary’s Medicinals cannabis skin patch, I just google it, There are lots of places that sell them but for $18 a day who can afford a month’s supply?

  198. Donna says:

    I’m so tired of the pain ruining my life. I haven’t been able to tolerate the medicines they give me and I’m so tired of the way people treat me when I say Fibromyalgia even in the medical profession. I’ve missed so much. Fibromyalgia, Arthritis in my knees and spine, rheumatoid in my hands. I can’t sleep most of the time without sleeping pills and insurance control how many I can have each month, go figure. Right now all I use is Trazadone, Sleepng pills, Celebrix, magnesium glysonate, and walking everyday. Stretching , it helps. I’ve tried other meds but I’d rather deal without the side effects that I can’t tolerate..
    Thank you for trying to get this out for those of us that truly need it.

  199. Virginia Loftis says:

    I suffer from fibromyalgia, CFS, parathesis, SI joint Disfunction, bilateral bursitis and sciatica pain. My father has neuropathy and degenerative disc disease. We are highly interested in gaining information on how we can obtain these patches. We live in Alabama where CBD has been legalized.

  200. Jean Cooper says:

    I have chronic neuropathy and currently used cbd oil and thc tincture but so far it hasn’t stopped it. I’m very interested, please advise how I can participate in this

  201. Adair says:

    Most dispensaries sell the transdermal patches. You need a medical marijuana card from the state you live in to purchase them though. They come in a variety of strengths and pricing. My daughter has fibromyalgia. She has been baking and taking tinctures 3 times a day. She is using 3-1 at this time but we may need to go higher.

  202. Diane Louise Campbell says:

    Where are these patches..
    Who posts an article but not where they are sold?

  203. Your site is so fantastic. I’m going to come back here again.

  204. does it w ork better then the pills or the gummy bears/

  205. Kristie says:

    Is this covered by Insurance?

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