Everything you need to know about CBD for Tinnitus

Glenn Education, Product Review 2 Comments

DISCLAIMER – I AM NOT A DOCTOR or a medical health professional. Always speak with your doctor before trying CBD or any other new drug, supplement, or treatment.

In this video replay of my recent Facebook livestream, I discuss everything you need to know about using CBD as a coping tool for tinnitus and Meniere’s disease.

Topics covered in the video:

  • What is CBD
  • How can CBD be beneficial for Tinnitus and Meniere’s patients
  • The different types of CBD products
  • The various ways to consume CBD
  • What type of CBD product is best to try first
  • How to figure out dosage
  • Risks of taking CBD
  • So much more!

My Favorite CBD companies:

Joy Organics:

Joy Organics is currently offering a huge 25% off discount to the Tinnitus and Meniere’s community on their excellent CBD products which are all both full spectrum and 100% THC free! Get 25% off your entire order today 9/26/19 through Sunday, 9/30/19.  Click here and use the discount code mindover for 25% off your entire order!

Joy Organics has been one of my favorite companies for a long time now. Their biggest selling point is that their whole product line contains extremely high quality full spectrum hemp CBD extract, but is also 100% THC free. A final step is taken in the manufacturing process to remove all traces of the THC. Third party lab tests available for every batch of every product.

Products I recommend at Joy Organics:

  • CBD Vape Pen
  • 500mg and 1000mg CBD Tincture Oils
  • 25mg Softgels

Joy Organics Review Posts:

Click here to read my review of the Joy Organics Vape Pen

Click here to read my review post of Joy Organics tincture oil and softgels

CBDistillery:

CBDistillery offers a huge variety of CBD products. Everything they sell is of excellent quality, third party lab tested, and some of the best prices you’ll find anywhere. I’ve used CBDistillery for years now and have never been let down. If you don’t mind the trace THC quantities in full spectrum CBD products, you won’t find better prices on this kind of quality anywhere.

Today only (9/28/19), you can get 20% off your order by clicking here and using the offer code FALL20.

Use offer code tinnituscbd for 5% off your order at any time.

Products I recommend at CBDistillery:

  • 30mg full spectrum CBD softgels
  • 500mg and 1000mg full spectrum CBD oil
  • 30mg Night time CBD Gummies with Melatonin (made with CBD isolate – THC free)
  • CBD Vape Pens/Cartridges (made with CBD isolate – THC free).

CBDistillery Review Posts:

Click here to read my review of CBDistillery’s VBD vape pens

Click here to read my review of CBDistillery’s CBD oil and softgels

Other CBD related Posts I’ve published:

How to Make CBD Oil with CBD Isolate (Inexpensive & THC Free)

How and Why I Use CBD for Meniere’s Disease and Tinnitus

Experimenting with CBD for Tinnitus and Meniere’s – An account of my first CBD experience

NOTE: I received some of these CBD products for free to test out and provide an honest review. I receive many free products (and purchase many products too) but only ever end up writing about a very small percentage of them that work well for me, that I personally stand behind, and actually use myself. Some of the links featured in this post are affiliate links. If you decide to purchase a product through these links, Rewiring Tinnitus may receive a small commission that goes toward the maintenance cost of the website.

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      Hi Kathy, the vaping illnesses that are popping up in the news are definitely scary, and a lot more investigating needs to be done. But right, a lot of the reporting of the vaping illnesses is around a thickening agent additive called Vitamin E acetate, and it’s been linked to black market THC products primarily, though I’m sure some CBD as well. Here is some good reporting on it so far:

      https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/2019/09/05/contaminant-found-vaping-products-linked-deadly-lung-illnesses-state-federal-labs-show/

      Then again, vaping hasn’t been around for a long time, so long term effects are still very much unknown.

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