Chronic pain is one of the biggest health problems in the world. It is estimated that one in five persons or about 1.5 billion people are afflicted with chronic pain and suffer from its symptoms and effects. Its prevalence is increasing alarmingly with age. Recent studies show that a compound derived from the hemp plant called cannabidiol, also known as CBD, is useful as a non-addictive pain management tool. David Anthony Schroeder, who also suffers from chronic pain, discovered the wonders of using CBD, and his book talks about the benefits of using this newly discovered medicine.
He has struggled with chronic pain for about 50 years. Through the course of those years, he has tried different methods and treatments to try and lessen the health risks caused by having chronic pain. However, only the CBD pain stick that was given to him proved effective in providing immediate relief from his pain. After spending three years weeding through the bad and the excellent information about CBD, David Anthony Schroeder wrote the book “7 Ways To Manage Pain With CBD,” and has become one of the nation’s foremost advocates for the use of cannabidiol (CBD) for therapeutic pain management.
The book authored by David contains a plethora of information about cannabis as prescribed medicine. It goes in-depth and discusses all the basics about CBD and the benefits it brings to various medical cases such as chronic pain. The book quickly gives the reader a fundamental and thorough understanding of how to find high-quality CBD, read and understand product test results, read product labels, and use CBD for pain effectively.
What sets this book apart from the informative and scientific journals discussing CBD’s health benefits is how David tackles “consumer purchases” of CBD. He gives the reader a comprehensive checklist to use when it’s time to buy CBD. This checklist is intended to weed-out (no pun intended) the snake-oil salesman by covering what to look for on the label, the company website, and the product’s Certificate of Analysis (COA).
The book caters to different kinds of audiences, but it is specifically targeted to four distinct pain groups. First and foremost, David Anthony Schroeder wrote this book to help the ones who suffer directly from acute pain. This pain is usually caused by an accident or a fall. Acute pain generally lasts anywhere from 3 to 12 weeks. Secondly, the book is primarily intended for people who suffer from chronic pain, meaning it does not go away quickly because of past injuries or illnesses. This kind of pain can last for many years. The third kind of audience is for the ones suffering from high-impact chronic pain. These people are those whose chronic pain is so severe; it limits them from participating in the simplest of activities.
The fourth pain group are the people who have CRPS, which stands for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, or nicknamed the “The Burning Limb Syndrome.” This type of pain is so severe that it has been described as submerging a quarter of your body into a vat of gasoline while it’s on fire, and you have no choice but to sit in that vat. CRPS typically develops after an injury or a surgery. The pain is out of proportion to the severity of the initial injury. Some people have taken it so far as to take off a limb to experience life without pain.
David Anthony Schroeder made sure that the book talks about the warnings potential CBD users have to pay attention to. The book serves as a guide that gives directions and essential information. What’s even more unique with the book is that it is straightforward to understand, making it widely applicable to a lot of readers, both young and old.
Check out David’s official website to know more details about his most significant work, 7 Ways To Manage Pain With CBD. You can read his latest articles on CBD and chronic-pain at his Linkedin page. The book is available in digital and print at these fine online retailers. Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Walmart.