I have a good friend who has been on morphine for years due to a severe back problem. The doctors are refusing to keep filling his meds. They have reduced down to around 17 percent of what he wAs taking. Wife's father uses it. Both sY you have to get the correct brand. Not all works as well as others. I would try it but I get drug tested. My friend gets tested once a month and he showed positive for thc. It seems it needs a trace of thc to work.
Only reason I asked is it doesn't always mix well with other meds or alcohol, and like other drugs, it doesn't work for everyone, as were all different.
IMO , it dosent work for everyone , no one can tell you the correct dosage or what potency it takes as some are more pain tolerant than others. As far as I know there is no oversight to make sure you are getting what you pay for . They could be cutting the stuff like cocaine dealers .
The OP was about CBD pills and cream. Some have a small amount of the THC that may show up in a drug test. But you can get CBD oil gel caps and cream that is certified to have no THC . My daughter got me some to try because of joint pain. I did some research and it is one of the better ones per reviews. Made by Medterra. 50 mg gel caps 30 for $99.00, and CBD cream rub 3.4 oz 750 mg for $99.99 or you can get the two for $149.00. These can be purchase on line.
The gel caps have only CBD oil in them. The cream has a large paragraph of stuff other than CBD oil. Both are certified 0% THC.
If you take any thing with THC be careful because it will show up in a urine drug test for any were from 2 weeks up to a month depending on the % of THC. In a previous life I was a certified drug tester, this is true and you can eat or drink any thing you want and your test will still be + for THC.
With the above items used for 2 weeks I tested myself and came up neg for THC. They do help with my joint pain but are quite expensive in my mind.
I bit on a deal for the price pf shipping. The first bottle that came was literally water. The second was some kind of syrup. THEN, all the marketing calls telling me I needed the extra strength stuff. (Yeah, go figure. Something stronger than water?) Took months for them to get the idea I was a waste of time to call me. And most of the calls were people with foreign accents. So the calls were the real pain.