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Ozzy Osbourne using CBD oil to fight pain following recent injuries and illness


Ozzy Osbourne is using CBD oil derived from cannabis in order to combat the severe pain he is suffering from his recent illness and injuries. You can now buy the best CBD oil in UK from trusted online vendors such as Blessed CBD.

It was only a matter of weeks ago that the Prince of Darkness was hospitalised and rushed to intensive care following a bout of pneumonia which stemmed from a respiratory infection. Recovering from that serious illness, Ozzy then suffered a fall at home which resulted in severe injuries.

The series of bad luck has meant that the metal icon has been forced to cancel extensive tour dates in Europe, Australia and North America.

Now at home again trying to recover, Ozzy’s wife Sharon revealed that he is using CBD oil as a method of pain relief: “He’s had a really tough year, really,” Sharon said while appearing on Loose Women.

“It started off with flu, which went to bronchitis, which went to pneumonia. He was hospitalised, came out, he was well on the road to recovery, and he gets up in the middle of the night to go to the loo for his… and on the way back, he tripped up on the carpet that was under our bed and fell against the corner of the night table, which is made of mirror.”

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She continued: “[He’s in] terrible pain, and his pain is, he’s not good at being at home. He wants to be back on the road, back on his tour, back with his band, and he’s pining. Really, the challenge is not his injuries, it’s his state of mind to keep him positive and working.”

Sharon was then asked by a Loose Women presenter if she feared about her husband becoming addicted to pain killers given his past issues with drugs, to which she answered: “He’s off all of that. He had to have it after he was operated on the last time. But now for pain, he has that CBD oil —whatever it’s called — and he’s dealing with it that way.”

You can see the full interview, below: