The company carries a wide range of products, including topicals, lotions, balms, tinctures, oils, and capsules.
PlusCBD oil is an affordable vegetarian oil blended with extra virgin olive oil to produce an oil that has both CBD and CBDA.
Cymbalta, an antidepressant, and amitriptyline are two antidepressants used for pain. Savella is another antidepressant frequently used to control fibromyalgia and treat the depression that accompanies the pain.
However, this topic is likely to get a lot of future attention, for several reasons.
We don’t have a full picture of the possible side effects of CBD. Some reported side effects include:
Research for Fibromyalgia
The substance responsible for the high associated with marijuana comes from a different substance, which is called THC (tetrahydrocannabinol.) Growers who want to maximize the plant’s high use breeds and techniques that focus on higher THC levels. Meanwhile, cannabis that’s grown for hemp is generally richer in CBD than THC, and that’s where CBD is derived from.
People are using CBD oil for a lot of different medical purposes, including:
The website ProCon.org has information about which states have laws specific to CBD oil. A site called Governing maintains a map of where marijuana is legal in some form.
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Fibromyalgia patients: Cannabis use against symptoms and complaints
The study was conducted by LUMC in collaboration with Bedrocan, a producer of medical cannabis flowers. The research was a randomised, placebo-controlled study that investigated the analgesic effect of cannabis flowers through inhalation in 20 fibromyalgia patients with chronic pain. Three different cannabis varieties with known THC/CBD ratios were used. A placebo without THC and CBD was also used.
Also very interesting is a recent study from 2020, in which Israeli scientists interviewed 101 cannabis patients suffering from FMS. They found that treatment with cannabis-based drugs enabled almost half of the patients (47%) in avoiding any other therapy. Slightly more than half (51%) reduced the dose or the number of other drugs used to treat their symptoms. Only one patient discontinued treatment. 
Cannabis with a high content of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) shows good results in treating the pain caused by FMS, but cannabidiol (CBD) does not provide any relief for patients. This is the finding of a 2019 fibromyalgia study by the Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC) in the Netherlands .
An older study from 2016 already suggested that nabilone might have a better effect on sleep in FMS than amitriptyline. But there were no significant differences between the two drugs for the symptoms of pain and upset.