Can You Take CBD Oil While Taking Meloxicam? - Cannabotech CBD Questions & Answers

Can You Take CBD Oil While Taking Meloxicam?

Some people take Meloxicam and CBD oil together with no problems, but the two can interact negatively, so it is important to consult with your doctor.
By Petal Mashraki
Reviewed by Taj Schlebusch

Published June 6, 2021.

You might read reviews from people who have taken CBD oil with Meloxicam and have had no negative results. But it is still not a good idea!

Some people use them together and have no problems, while others experience a range of side effects. It could be dangerous. Why take the chance?

What is Meloxicam?

Meloxicam is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). It is usually prescribed to reduce pain, swelling, or stiffness. Like other prescription drugs, Meloxicam is metabolized in the liver by special enzymes and then absorbed into the bloodstream.

What Could Happen if You Take Meloxicam and CBD Oil at the Same Time?

When combined with some foods, medicines, or supplements, the liver's enzyme ability to metabolize medicines like Meloxicam can be inhibited or reduced.

CBD is one of the supplements that can influence these enzymes and the way they break down medicines. This can result in too much or too little Meloxicam entering the bloodstream. Any normal side effects of CBD and Meloxicam can be amplified when the two are taken together.

Err on the Side of Caution

It would be best if you were cautious when taking CBD with any prescribed medication, including Meloxicam. Of course, everything might be fine, and you may be able to take the two together with no negative effect. However, is it worth the risk?

Discuss your plan with your doctor. He may develop a plan to slowly reduce your Meloxicam intake and see if the CBD can help reduce your pain.

In the End

CBD is known to have many benefits, and it is a safe, natural supplement worth trying. However, when prescription drugs are involved, always consult a doctor before taking CBD.

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