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Has Anyone Had Success Using CBD Oil To Lessen PVC's?

I've been reading a lot about CBD Oil and how it can sometimes help with heart rhythm issues, but I've not found anything specific to using CBD Oil for PVC's.  I'd be interested in hearing from anyone who has used CBD for PVC's and if it's helped, or not, and if if did help what kind of dosage you've taken etc.  Thanks.
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Hello! I’ve been dealing with PVCs, Bigeminy, and Trigeminy for over ten years. Nothing seemed to work, not even beta blockers. As soon as I started taking 1,000 mg of hemp (no THC) CBD oil sublingually twice per day, I didn’t have any rhythm issues for two months straight. But the oil is pricey, so when I ran out, I wasn’t in a rush to buy a new bottle due to the cost. I let two weeks go by without taking any. I finally bought a new bottle but decided to halve my dose to save some money and the PVCs came back. I’ve had over fifty today that I could feel. So I took an extra dose of CBD hoping it calms down my heart. If it works, it’s a small price to pay for peace of mind. Because PVCs are the worst. Especially when over ten years of Cardiology appointments say there’s nothing wrong with me.
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Is it still working for you? I have dealt with PVC for over 20 years and they have been getting worse lately and thinking of trying CBC just not sure what does or what to look for in an oil..
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Yep. It’s still working. Just avoid the oil that has THC because even a small amount seems to make me have anxiety. So that might be counter productive when eliminating PVCs. Also, don’t go for the cheapest oil because those have a ton of fillers. The best ones I’ve used are $80-100 per bottle.
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