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    • #172371

      There is connection between CBD and diabetes, you may be involved in using CBD oil or other CBD products for yourself. It doesn’t any matter if you’re presently diabetic, just want to take manage of your health early & safely. Then use CBD oil can help you feel like a better version of yourself. Choose high-quality CBD oil and other CBD-infused products For Diabetes, including capsules, topical creams, and gummies. These CBD Oils will help you to cure diabetes for sure.

    • #173579

      thank you
      very helpful

    • #173701

      Hmm..🤨

    • #174092

      Is there scientific evidence of this?

    • #174170

      I would 2nd Amy’s questions also. Is it being proved for curing or are we just talking about pain management here?

    • #175912

      Don’t fall for the hype. Here’s what the science and the experts have to say about CBD and your blood sugar. CBD Oil can help control blood sugar for people with diabetes. Based on user experience and ratings we picked best cbd oils for Diabetes. These cbd oils will support you to cure Diabetes for sure.

    • #218997

      Must try this.

    • #218999

      yikes

    • #219195

      I will try this.

    • #254889

      Imposible. diabetes does not have a “cure”

    • #395928

      My mom is diabetic and her doctor said that the cbd oil can be helpful in way that I didnt even know. Thanks for more information..

    • #396704

      Information like this is hurtful to the diabetic community, especially when you just say diabetes and don’t specify type 1 or 2 (or the other uncommon ones). There is absolutely no cure for type 1 diabetes. Additionally, CBD oils do not cure type 2 diabetes. If they did, there would be millions of people being prescribed CBD oils by their doctors.

      It really hurts the diabetic community when you put forward a statement like, “How to cute diabetes with CBD oil” when you give you proof of this ever having happened (for example in the form of a peer reviewed journal article). You also don’t even give a ‘how to’ like your post’s title suggests.

      When someone with diabetes reads that there’s a cure for diabetes, it is disappointing when it doesn’t work out. It is also predatory. This is an awful disease, and people are often willing to overlook the lack of actual data and science on the hope that something may work so they don’t have to deal with this horrendous disease any longer. Having a diabetic, who already probably spends way more on healthcare than the average person, buy a product with false hopes and promises is the ultimate in predatory behavior. It makes diabetics feel bad like we did something wrong. It also can take a diabetic’s money and focus off of real things (both medical and not medical) that are proven to work in helping manage diabetes.

      Lastly, when people in the general public hear that there’s a ‘cure’ for diabetes, they often bombard diabetics with this useless information. We have to sit through that. It gets old. People just want to help, but it again makes us feel bad like we just aren’t taking control of our own health. They wonder why we aren’t doing whatever ‘cure’ it is that they’re bringing to us. Sometimes a well-meaning friend or family member even wastes their own money buying products that promise to cure diabetes for us. We then have to deal with that uncomfortable situation.

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