Multiple Sclerosis is a self-aggressive disease where the body’s immune system attacks the central nervous system (CNS). It affects an estimated 2.3 million people worldwide, with the majority of diagnosed patients between their 20s and 50s.

The MS symptoms vary tremendously but often include pain, muscle spasticity, fatigue, inflammation, and depression. These symptoms often lead to reduced physical activity, negatively impact functional mobility, and have a detrimental impact on patients’ quality of life.

There are four main types of Multiple Sclerosis based on the type and severity of symptoms:

  • Relapsing-Remitting (RRMS)
  • Secondary-Progressive (SPMS)
  • Primary-Progressive (PPMS)
  • Progressive-Relapsing (PRMS)

A great number of studies have been conducted to evaluate the effects of cannabinoids on MS-related pain, spasticity, and bladder symptoms.

CBD to help manage Multiple Sclerosis symptoms

Studies have shown the benefits of CBD-derived products to help manage and ease symptoms related to MS. CBD’s properties to attach to specific receptors in the central nervous system can alleviate inflammation and help with the brain’s immune response.

A study published by PubMed Central shows that CBD supplementation is advisable for PwMS to reduce fatigue, pain, and spasticity and ultimately improve mobility.

As more research continues to happen, scientists already believe that CBD can help with these symptoms related to MS:

  • Numbness and tingling.
  • Vision problems.
  • Spasticity and muscle spasms.
  • Pain, fatigue, and weakness.
  • Difficulty walking and moving.

CBD oil for Multiple Sclerosis and the side effects

CBD reactions in MS patients are uncommon and often considered very mild. It is essential to find the correct dosage to avoid any potential side effects. Taking too much CBD oil often results in a dry mouth, lowered blood pressure, and dizziness. In exceedingly rare cases, high doses of CBD oil can trigger diarrhea.

Also, keep in mind that eating foods that are high in fat can cause your body to absorb more CBD. That is why we recommend you balance your diet and your CBD dosage to take full advantage of the natural benefits it can provide.

Also, if the patient is already taking prescribed medication, we suggest talking to a doctor before using CBD to treat Multiple Sclerosis symptoms as CBD may react when combined with some prescribed medications.


As a non-psychoactive compound found in the cannabis plant, CBD is one natural way patients suffering from MS use to treat symptoms related to the condition, including pain, fatigue, inflammation, depression, and spasticity, while improving mobility.

Multiple Sclerosis can significantly impact the patient’s quality of life, which is why so many people look for relief from MS symptoms. CBD is a healthy, nutritious organic compound that can improve distinct aspects of a patient’s health. It is worth mentioning that the quality of the CBD-derived product and the consistency of use in your routine can improve the results.

Still have questions?

At Gaia Hemp, we believe in the miracle healing power of herbs, as we personally have experienced the restorative medicinal benefits of CBD. We value transparency by offering the finest quality Canadian-grown hemp and cold-pressed CBD extracted with 100% purity. If you still have questions, do not hesitate to contact us today!

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