What Are the Best Edibles for Sciatica Pain?

Sep 14, 2023The nama Team

Living with sciatica can be extremely painful. While medication provides some relief, many turn to taking small amounts of cannabis to relieve sciatica pain—and our THC edibles are the best.

What Are the Best Edibles for Sciatica Pain?

Edibles infused with THC, CBD, and other cannabinoids hold promise for alleviating the most debilitating sciatica symptoms. They work together to reduce pain, relax muscles, decrease inflammation, and improve sleep. 

If you’re struggling with sciatic discomfort or sleepless nights caused by it, read on to learn how our hemp-derived Delta 9 gummies could provide sciatica relief and improve your quality of life.

What Is Sciatica?

Sciatica is pain radiating from the lower back down the leg along the path of the sciatic nerve. This nerve runs from the lower spine through the hips and buttocks, branching down to the legs, and is the largest nerve in the body. 

The pain can range from mild tingling to completely debilitating, depending on the underlying cause. Most cases resolve within 4–8 weeks, but severe sciatica can be severely incapacitating due to excruciating pain with any motion or activity. 

Sciatica pain, felt as shooting, burning, or tingling sensations, is often caused by pressure on the nerve roots from a herniated disc, bone spurs, or narrowing of the spinal canal. Sciatica can also be triggered by piriformis muscle spasms, injury, pregnancy, and general back strain. 

Sciatica risk factors include age over 30, strenuous occupational activities, obesity, a sedentary lifestyle, smoking, and pre-existing spinal abnormalities. Diagnostic tests like x-rays, MRIs, EMGs, or CT scans may be used to pinpoint the cause and guide appropriate treatment.

While conventional treatments aim to relieve pressure on the compressed nerve, emerging research shows cannabis edibles with THC and CBD may reduce both pain and inflammation in sciatica. 

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How Can Cannabis Help With Sciatica?

Cannabis edibles contain active compounds from the cannabis plant, primarily Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (Delta 9 THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). When ingested, these compounds are absorbed through the digestive system for slower, longer-lasting effects compared to smoking or vaping. Edibles are also much healthier and tastier than smoked or vaped cannabis. 

When THC enters our system, it attaches to and interacts with CB1 and CB2 cannabinoid receptors in our endocannabinoid system (ECS). As a network of signals and receptors, the ECS helps regulate a wide range of functions and processes in our body—hormones, immune function, memory, appetite, and pain perception, among others. 

While our body produces natural cannabinoids that interact with ECS receptors, phytocannabinoids derived from cannabis plants interact with CB1 and CB2 to mimic the effects of our own endocannabinoids and regulate those bodily functions. 

In contrast, CBD produces anti-anxiety and pain-relieving effects not by interacting with cannabinoid receptors directly but by antagonizing or regulating the processes of CB1 and CB2 in the presence of THC. When taken together, CBD regulates how THC interacts with the endocannabinoid system. 

The Combination of Cannabis Compounds for Increased Pain Relief

This synergy between THC and CBD has greater therapeutic benefits for your health and does double duty to alleviate pain and reduce inflammation. There’s a handy term for this—the entourage effect. 

The entourage effect proposes that cannabis compounds bring more benefits together than alone due to their complex synergistic interactions. In the entourage effect, CBD can reduce some of THC’s effects on cannabinoid receptors while increasing its anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving action. 

This is why full spectrum CBD edibles have greater therapeutic properties than isolated cannabis compounds. Our full spectrum CBD products capitalize on the entourage effect by delivering CBD along with small amounts of THC, CBN, CBG, and other cannabinoids and terpenes.

Keep reading to discover how cannabis edibles with this powerful cannabis synergy help treat sciatic pain. 

Edibles to Relieve Pain

A 2015 study confirmed the ability of low-dose Delta 9 to relieve pain from sciatica. It seems that Delta 9 is able to disrupt signals between pathways in the brain that process pain. Because of its phenomenal abilities to treat pain, low-dose THC can lower migraine pain, treat headaches, and treat other types of chronic discomfort. 

The THC in our edibles produces euphoric effects by increasing dopamine levels in the brain. Dopamine is an important brain chemical that regulates feelings of pleasure and relaxation and also helps regulate pain perception. 

Although dopamine has been known as a neurotransmitter to mediate reward and motivation, accumulating evidence has shown that dopamine systems in the brain are also involved in the central regulation of chronic pain. (Li, et. al.)

THC’s dopamine-boosting properties allow it to tap into the brain's built-in ability to suppress pain signaling. At sufficient doses, THC can produce those intense euphoric feelings we typically associate with smoking cannabis. But at low doses, it has therapeutic and medicinal properties. That’s why all our edibles contain low doses of THC, CBD, and other cannabinoids.

Because it does not interact with the dopaminergic system, CBD does not cause a high. Instead, CBD seems to influence serotonin (5-HT1A), another important neurotransmitter that makes us feel happy and satisfied. Similarly to dopamine, serotonin also influences our perception of pain. 

A 2019 study found that CBD can be used “for the treatment of painful diabetic neuropathy due to its ability to activate 5-HT1A receptors.” The activation of serotonin receptors helps suppress pain signal transmission, reducing not only pain but also inflammation, which is a common underlying cause of pain. 

Luckily, microdosing edibles with THC and CBD tends to increase levels of serotonin. Let’s see how the mighty anti-inflammatory properties of cannabis play a significant role in reducing sciatica pain. 

THC and CBD Lower Inflammation

Inflammation is our body’s natural response to an outside invader—bacteria, viruses, or even toxic chemicals—or an injury. While it’s completely natural and beneficial at normal levels, increased inflammation in the body often leads to chronic inflammatory processes, and those are no bueno. 

A 2007 article found that inflammation is the origin of all pain. No sweat for our low-dose edibles: their combined analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects give CBD and THC robust pain-relieving properties without causing a mental high. 

A 2021 study review revealed the therapeutic effects of CBD and THC on inflammation in human and animal models. CBD, CBG, and the combination of CBD and THC consistently lowered pro-inflammatory cytokines like TNF-alpha, IL-1beta, IL-6, and IFN-gamma. In other words, they exhibited anti-inflammatory effects by reducing these inflammation-promoting compounds.

Interestingly, THC alone did not lower pro-inflammatory cytokines or raise anti-inflammatory ones. However, Delta 9 THC did still improve neuropathic pain in one study.

We already mentioned how beneficial cannabis is for lowering inflammation, but out of all cannabis compounds, cannabidiol seems to show the strongest anti-inflammatory properties. It lowers inflammation in the body by reducing cytokine activity, lowering oxidative stress, and activating TRPV1 receptors. TRPV1 receptors have a huge impact on pain signals. CBD activates them, causing desensitization and increasing analgesic activity. 

Most of our Delta 9 edibles contain a balanced ratio of cannabidiol, making the THC and CBD combo a heck of an anti-inflammatory agent. 

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Cannabis Edibles Can Relieve Muscle Tension

Another way edibles help sciatica is by relieving muscle tension. Tight muscles like the piriformis can compress or irritate the sciatic nerve, causing or worsening pain. Through their pain-killing and anti-inflammatory properties, THC and CBD are able to relieve muscle tension. 

THC may be able to reduce muscle spasms in conditions like multiple sclerosis, likely by disrupting signals between the brain and muscles. Reducing spasmodic activity in the lower back and hips can alleviate compressive pressure on the sciatic nerve. This provides both direct and indirect relief from the muscle dysfunction contributing to sciatica. 

A 2008 study suggests that cannabinoids like THC and CBD may help relieve symptoms of multiple sclerosis, more specifically spasticity (muscle spasms or stiffness), tremor, and pain. The cannabinoids seem to interact with CB1 and CB2 receptors, which are heavily involved in motor control and pain signaling. 

Several other plant cannabinoids, which have little or no psychoactive action, have been identified; their biosynthetic relationships have been established… In particular, cannabidiol and the cannabinoic acids seem to be promising therapeutic tools…

The entourage effect employs the benefits of CBD, THC, CBN, Delta 8 THC, and other cannabinoids to complement and enhance each other through complex interactions with the endocannabinoid system. 

Speaking of other cannabinoids and complex interactions…

Delta 8 THC May Help Relieve Sciatica Pain

Delta-8-tetrahydrocannabinol (Delta 8 THC) is kind of like the chill cousin of Delta 9 THC. When taking edibles infused with Delta 8, you get less of that intense, racy high but it still eases pain by targeting cannabinoid receptors. Just like Delta 9, Delta 8 THC binds to CB1 and CB2 receptors in the ECS and dampens pain signaling to provide analgesic effects. 

In the lack of scientific research, a plethora of anecdotal evidence shows that Delta-8 THC helps reduce swelling around irritated nerves and relaxes tight muscles that are aggravating your sciatica. With our low-dose Delta 8 edibles, you can kiss your nerve pain goodbye. 

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Improve Sciatica-Disrupted Sleep With Edibles

Sciatica often causes significant discomfort that hinders sleep. The interactions of cannabis compounds—particularly Delta 9 THC, Delta 8 THC, CBD, and CBN—with the endocannabinoid system alleviate pain and induce muscle relaxation. As the muscles unwind, sciatica patients can find comfort more easily, facilitating the process of falling asleep. 

Let’s break this down, so we can better understand how cannabis edibles improve sleep in sciatica patients. 

  • THC gummies have sedative properties that can help improve the quality of your sleep
  • CBD reduces anxiety and racing thoughts that interfere with falling asleep. CBD also has the ability to encourage REM sleep, a stage crucial for emotional processing and overall well-being, which contributes to a more comprehensive and rejuvenating sleep experience.
  • Cannabinol (CBN), a lesser-known but quite potent cannabinoid, is effective at amplifying sedation and inducing sleep. CBN prolongs sleep by increasing time spent in later restorative sleep stages. CBN edibles capitalize on their powerful sedative effects, which aid in initiating and sustaining sleep. This is particularly valuable for sciatica patients who often experience interrupted sleep patterns due to pain flare-ups. 

Combinations of these powerful cannabinoids have synergistic sleep-enhancing effects, allowing you to drift off faster and stay asleep longer. Sustained pain relief from edibles prevents nighttime sciatica flare-ups from disrupting sleep maintenance throughout the night.

With edibles, consistency in dosing is crucial for establishing stable sleep cycles. Unlike the sporadic impact of intermittent smoking, regular edible dosing allows the body to develop a predictable sleep pattern. This predictability reinforces your body's internal clock, promoting healthy sleep habits.

You can choose from our collection of the best sleep gummies available online. These gummies offer a holistic approach to addressing sleep struggles, especially for those dealing with the challenges of sciatica. 

But the synergy of these sleep-promoting compounds doesn't stop there. Melatonin, a hormone known for regulating sleep-wake cycles, adds another layer of support. It harmonizes with the cannabinoids to establish a natural and consistent sleep pattern, enhancing the overall quality of sleep.

Try our Sleep Plus edibles, infused with hemp-derived THC, CBD, and melatonin. They address both the physical pain and the mental barriers to sleep, while also harnessing the body's natural sleep-regulating mechanisms. What a great, natural way to get your well-deserved pain-free shuteye every night. 

The Recommended Dosage for Sciatica

Dosing cannabis for sciatica nerve pain can be a complex matter, and it depends on several factors, such as:

  • Your tolerance to cannabis compounds
  • The specific cannabinoids and combinations you’re taking
  • The method of consumption
  • The severity of your pain

We’re not doctors, and you shouldn’t take up cannabis without consulting with a healthcare professional first. However, our mantra is “start low and go slow.” Start with very low amounts—an edible with around 2 milligrams of THC should do the trick—and gradually increase the dosage. 

You need time to assess how you feel after two or three weeks of regular microdosing before you can make any adjustments to the dosage. Remember that high amounts of THC may lead to some unwanted side effects like increased anxiety, sedation, and nausea, so finding a balance is key.

A starting point for the most optimal CBD dosage could be around 5 to 10 milligrams per day. This amount of CBD can be adjusted based on how well it alleviates your pain without causing unwanted effects (e.g., dizziness, dry mouth, and diarrhea).

The same dosage recommendations apply for CBN. For sleep-inducing effects, try taking edibles with 5 milligrams of CBN first, and then see how you feel in a week or so. 

Our Anytime broad spectrum CBD gummies contain 10 mg of pure cannabidiol. They’re great when you want to take the edge off and kill a migraine or two. 

Broad spectrum CBD is a unique formulation that retains many of the beneficial compounds found in the hemp plant, except for THC. This means you can enjoy the potential therapeutic effects of various cannabinoids, terpenes, and other natural compounds without the presence of THC. 

We do think a bit of THC and CBD mixed together may provide greater pain relief than CBD without THC. By working in concert, these two may amplify each other's effects, potentially resulting in enhanced pain management.

Check out the differences between full spectrum CBD and broad spectrum CBD and then decide which one works better for you. 

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Choose the Right Edible to Treat Sciatica Pain

If you’re struggling with sciatica and chronic back pain, we’re going to help you choose the best edibles to alleviate it. 

Choose organic, lab-tested formulas with precise ratios of pain-killing and anti-inflammatory compounds to nip that sciatica pain in the bud. You won’t go wrong if you shop at nama

  • Our Energy THC-infused gummies provide powerful analgesic effects. With sustained release, 2.5 milligrams of THC deliver long-lasting relief from flare-ups and irritation. CBD helps relax tight muscles and prevent those agonizing spasms. The extended release means the effects last for hours. Give them a try for powerful sciatica symptom management.
  • If you're struggling with sleep because of sciatic nerve pain, our Sleep Plus gummies are here to help. A microdose of THC and CBD work together to reduce inflammation and relax your nerves, so you can finally get some restful sleep. We've added melatonin to make it even easier to drift off into dreamland. 
  • If you’re still struggling with sleep and back pain but don’t respond well to THC, our CBN gummies may be the solution. These delicious gummies harness the power of CBN, a cannabinoid known for its sedative qualities. It helps calm your nerves so you can relax into a deep, restorative sleep. 
  • And who could forget our Delta-8 THC edibles? For sciatica relief without the next-day grogginess, Delta-8 THC eases tension and discomfort in your sciatic nerve while allowing you to maintain clarity of mind. 
  • Who said that you couldn’t drink your edibles? Our THC drinks also contain low doses of CBD and Delta 9 THC to provide a smoother, more balanced high that eases pain and inflammation while allowing you to remain relaxed yet functional. Try our liquid THC Buzz drops and say hello to a fun, relaxed way to tackle sciatica. 

How to Microdose Edibles for Sciatica

Microdosing edibles takes some trial and error. You often need to experiment a lot before finding the right dose and routine that will keep your sciatica or other chronic pain away.

These tips may help you dial in an optimal sciatica relief regimen safely. 

  • Start low and go slow. Begin with 2 milligrams of THC or CBD and increase slowly over time. This allows you to find the minimum effective dose. 
  • Wait at least 2 hours to fully feel the effects before taking more. Edibles normally take 30 minutes to two hours to kick in, so be patient. Gummies can last up to eight hours for some people. Go slow and let the effects build gradually.
  • Time it right. Edibles kick in around 30–90 minutes after consumption, and even faster than that if your stomach is empty. Eat something fatty or oily to increase absorption, or simply time your consumption right, so you can have the best cannabis experience.
  • Avoid overconsumption. Eat only a portion of an edible, then wait before having more. Overdoing it can cause paranoia, anxiety, and dizziness. 
  • Be consistent with your microdosing routine. Stick to a steady microdosing protocol for sustained relief. Random usage will not give you the same results.

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Where Can I Buy the Best Edibles for Sciatica?

Looking to try Delta 9 gummies for the first time? You’ve got to be smart about where you purchase your edibles. Skip the corner stores or shady brands and products that provide no third-party lab tests and no guarantee that their products are safe and effective. You want the real deal: safe, third-party tested, quality Delta 9 edibles from reputable brands.

You’ve come to the right place—all organic, lab-tested for purity and potency, and expertly dosed edibles made from premium American hemp. Our edibles offer a tasty way to reap the benefits of cannabis and help people who are suffering from sciatica. 

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Edibles FAQ

In most states with medical marijuana programs, sciatica is a qualifying condition for getting a medical marijuana card. Sciatica is classified as a chronic pain disorder but is considered a disability by the SSA only if it’s severe enough to interfere with your ability to work. 

To apply, you'll need to provide medical documentation of a sciatica diagnosis from a licensed physician or specialist. You may also need to provide a medical history detailing past treatments. Some states only allow access to certain products, like low THC and CBD formulations, while others allow any medical cannabis product.

Before applying to get a medical marijuana card for sciatica, double check the requirements and paperwork you need to submit. 

When seeking immediate relief for sciatica, some topical products like CBD creams or CBD balms may help. These products contain cannabidiol and have gained attention for their potential analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties. Applied directly to the affected area, they offer targeted relief by interacting with local cannabinoid receptors. 

Inhaled methods like live resin or certain medical marijuana strains renowned for their quick-acting effects might provide rapid alleviation. However, they may not be the healthiest choice because of the loads of toxins and heavy metals they contain. 

THC and CBD gummies may be the best option because they are natural, made from organic hemp, and contain only low doses that rarely lead to unwanted side effects.

For managing sciatica pain, specific cannabis strains with calming and analgesic qualities are often favored. Strains like Bubba Kush, Northern Lights, and White Widow are recognized for their potential to provide relaxation and pain relief. These strains are associated with soothing effects that might offer relief for sciatic nerve discomfort. 

Choosing the right strain for your sciatica really depends on your preference, your cannabis tolerance, and the level of pain you’re experiencing.

CBD can be a viable option for managing sciatica pain. In fact, many people prefer CBD for sciatica over THC or other cannabis compounds. 

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a compound derived from cannabis plants. Known for its potential anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, CBD may help alleviate sciatica-related discomfort. Similarly to Delta 9, CBD interacts with the endocannabinoid system to offer relief from inflammation and pain associated with sciatica. 

Browse our collection of CBD gummies and find the flavor and potency to your liking.

Indica strains seem to be better at managing nerve pain. Indica strains are known for their relaxing and sedative effects, which may be particularly helpful in alleviating nerve-related discomfort. These strains could potentially provide a calming sensation and contribute to pain relief. 

Don’t forget that each person has a different response to strains, so to determine which offers the most effective relief for your specific nerve pain, try experimenting with both sativa and indica edibles.

While there isn't a single "best" cannabis strain for sciatica, certain strains have gained popularity for their potential pain-relieving and relaxation-inducing properties. Strains like Bubba Kush, Northern Lights, and White Widow are often mentioned as helpful options. These are associated with calming effects that could potentially provide relief from sciatica discomfort. 

There are many CBD products that can potentially assist in managing sciatica. 

  • CBD creams
  • CBD balms 
  • CBD oils
  • CBD topical products 
  • CBD edibles
  • CBD drinks

These products can be applied directly to the affected area or consumed orally, allowing the CBD to interact with local cannabinoid receptors and potentially provide targeted relief. CBD's potential anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties make topical products particularly appealing for addressing sciatica discomfort. 

Broad-spectrum CBD products are specifically formulated to retain beneficial compounds found in the hemp plant while eliminating Delta 9 THC, the psychoactive compound in cannabis. 

While broad spectrum CBD does not contain Delta 9 THC, it typically retains other cannabinoids, terpenes, and natural compounds that offer potential therapeutic effects. This allows individuals to experience the potential benefits of various cannabinoids without the presence of the psychoactive THC compound, providing a balanced option for those seeking relief without the associated high.

The distinction between full spectrum CBD and CBD isolate lies in their composition. Full spectrum CBD contains a range of cannabinoids, terpenes, and other natural compounds present in the hemp plant, including trace amounts of THC within legal limits. 

On the other hand, CBD isolate is pure CBD, isolated from all other compounds. While full spectrum CBD offers a broader spectrum of potential therapeutic effects due to the entourage effect, CBD isolate provides the purest form of organic CBD, devoid of other compounds. The choice between the two depends on individual preferences and desired effects.

CBD has gained attention for its potential to manage different types of pain, including sciatica. Cannabidiol (CBD) influences pain perception and inflammation. Its anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties may offer relief from sciatica-related discomfort. 

Before you start with any CBD product for sciatica pain, consult with a healthcare professional to ensure it aligns with your specific health needs and circumstances.

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