Medical cannabis leaders recently made recommendations about how to administer and dose CBD and THC to help doctors make treatment decisions.
The root of this spice plant may improve arthritis symptoms, but the science is far from definitive.
More research is needed, but this form of traditional Chinese medicine could provide a convenient treatment option for your pain and fatigue.
These lifestyle habits and products can help tamp down psoriasis flares as part of your overall treatment regimen.
This often-recommended home remedy didn’t pan out in a new study of gout patients.
Several observational studies observed links between using cannabis and heart problems like arrhythmias and coronary artery disease, but more research is needed.
In the year after they started supplements, users had fewer painful and swollen joints.
Regular massages can be a key part of your arthritis treatment and self-care. These tips can help ensure you get the right massage — and get the most out of it.
In new ArthritisPower research, whether or not medical marijuana is legal seems to affect whether patients use it, and importantly, whether they talk to their doctor about it.
If you have arthritis or other chronic pain, you might be wondering whether THC or CBD is better. They’re both found in cannabis plants but are very different compounds.
Some arthritis patients swear that mineral baths help relieve their arthritis pain. Here’s what you need to know.
How much CBD you should take isn’t exactly an obvious answer. Here’s some expert advice to figure it out.
If you use CBD products, you need to understand how they could interact with the other medications you take.
If you take oral CBD, you need to understand how your diet might affect how it makes you feel.
The leading theory is that the recent outbreak isn't due to the 'active ingredient' — such as cannabis or nicotine — but rather dangerous additives and contaminants.
If you’ve tried CBD for your pain, fatigue, and other arthritis symptoms and have not seen results, one of these factors could explain why.
This pineapple-derived compound has anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties, but it’s not a magic remedy for arthritis.
Fibro pain isn’t all in your head, but treating stress, anxiety, and depression may help fibro symptoms.
The more familiar people were with CBD, the more they felt CBD had a lot of health benefits.
We asked people with arthritis to tell us about their experiences using CBD, and their responses were fascinating.
Women who consume high doses of vitamins B6 or B12 in the form of supplements could be putting their hip health at risk.
CBD, a compound derived from hemp, can help soothe joint pain. Here’s how to find a product that works for you.
Is a rheumatoid arthritis cure-all as close as your pantry shelf? Sorry — but probably not.
Once Carole stopped using meditation to focus on her pain, the practice was a lot more soothing.
Here’s what you need to know about aromatherapy — the healing power of smell — to treat arthritis pain.
These supplements and spices are becoming more and more popular, but are they worth a try?
There is quality information out there, but it might not necessarily be ‘patient-friendly.’
Two important new studies suggest these supplements don’t reduce heart disease risk — or cancer.
Don’t invest in OTC supplements before you read this first.
While there are a few legitimate home remedies for gout out there, prescription medications remain the mainstay for treating gout.