Got chronic pain? Try this!

Aasmund Ryningen
3 min readApr 17, 2020


Here’s a quick success story that I recently became aware of.

A woman struggling with chronic pain and inflammation issues decided to try some CBD oil. For marketing reasons, labelling and copyright issues I’ll of course not reveal the name of the brand. Anyway, so the CBD oil arrives in the mail and this woman takes one teaspoon of the CBD oil.

The next day she gets up at 6AM, does some laundry, cleans her room, does vacuuming, wakes up her children so they can go to school, then gets on with her day. For the entire day she’s able to move around without much stress. And this is a woman who was suffering from severe pain issues.

She had a mobility scooter and a walker.

Didn’t need them that day.

Now, let’s be real here for a second.

Although her day was much better after having consumed the CBD oil, her pain didn’t totally vanish. But it became *manageable*. I’m really not medically qualified to speak on the matter, but I believe that it takes some time for your body to properly heal after what seems like a life long period of living with pain.

Maybe there is some mental and cerebral ‘trick’ to it as well. Perhaps you have to alter your brain and teach yourself to not think about the pains and then you kind of stop noticing that they’re there. I don’t really know. I’m just rambling here.

Anyway, in this woman’s own words, regarding the pains:

‘The pain isn’t completely gone. But it has eased up enough for me to be able to stand for more than my normal 45 seconds and walk around unassisted.’

Think about that for a second.

Before she started using the CBD oil, she couldn’t walk around for more than 45 seconds, *less than a minute*, without needing some physical tool to help her manage the pains.

It’s just surreal.

And it’s also worth noticing that one week in, after having started using the CBD oil, she hadn’t used any of her aids for the entire week.

All because the pains were suddenly manageable.

Again, to me, it’s surreal.

I personally haven’t experienced such pain.

If the story above isn’t a tiny miracle, then I don’t know what it is.

What’s that, you’re still claiming ‘evidence’, ‘proof’ and ‘documentation?’ Well, if this anecdote isn’t good enough for ya, then I don’t know what is.

Maybe you should go back to solving mathematical and theoretical problems in the lab while lusting for the new Star Wars Spin-Off movie and feast on Cheetos while sitting in their mother’s basement and perhaps fap off a little to-you-know what.

Skeptics will forever be skeptics.

And so many of them are socially awkward.

Now, we’re really de-railing this article, but I just couldn’t resist the urge.

Anyway, back to the point.

If you allow yourself the possibility to actually try something out for the first time in your life when nothing else works, you will grow as a person. I know this sounds kind of like some New Age Mumbo-Jumbo Woo-Woo stuff, but try it out. It’s your health. It’s your life. And you owe it your health, to your body, to your soul to treat yourself.

‘Aight, now I’m beginning to sound like I’m actually a New Age Hippie.

If you struggle with daily pains and the thought of *not* using a walker or a scooter sounds tempting, then go ahead.

Worst case, nothing happens.

Best case…see the story above.

Peace out, ya’ll!