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CBD Tablets, Softgels and Topical Pain Cream:

The F.A.S.T. Sublingual Tablets go under the tongue and are for 

rapid relief from pain and inflammation as well as to reduce anxiety, 

improve sleep and boost energy levels.

The F.A.S.T. Tablets contain no THC.

The Softgel is a time-release option for a more consistent treatment.

The F.A.S.T. Tablets are often used as a complement to Softgels.  The Daily Free Softgels contain no THC.  The Daily Softgels contain 0.3% THC, but are not in any way a controlled substance.  There is, however, a chance that a urinalysis may result in a positive so do please consider that.

The Salves/Cream "Soothe Salve" is used as a topical pain reliever

​and is extremely popular and effective.  

     Hemp and marijuana originate from the Cannabis sativa plant.  Both contain plant-based chemicals called cannabinoids; which include cannabidiol (or CBD) and THC (which is the psychoactive cannabinoid).

     The main difference between hemp and marijuana is the ratio of CBD to THC.  Industrial (or medicinal) hemp contain high levels of therapeutic CBD and less than 0.3% of THC.

     CBD can be helpful in the management of pain, inflammation, anxiety, sleep and mood disorders.  There's also evidence to suggest its use in helping to treat seizures and even cancer (in some cases).

     Extensive research is ongoing as we continue to learn more about the emerging therapeutic role of CBD.

Eastern Orthopaedics

Pain Management, Orthopaedics and Rehab