Cannabidiol, better known by the acronym CBD, has never been more popular than in recent years. Indeed, the number of consumers is multiplying dramatically, and while the substance remains banned or subject to overly stringent laws in some countries, pressure is mounting to liberalize its use.
When people are asked about the reasons why they consume CBD, the answers are many and varied, but the one that comes up most often is that of pain relief. No less than 60%, according to a survey, would consume CBD mainly for that. But does CBD really have a painkilling effect on the human body? In this article, we answer all your questions about the pain relieving action of CBD.