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5 Best Edibles for Fibromyalgia in 2024

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Living with fibromyalgia can often feel like a relentless battle against an invisible enemy. The constant widespread pain, fatigue, and cognitive difficulties involved with fibromyalgia symptoms can be more than just physically draining but emotionally taxing as well.

This condition often coexists with other painful disorders and affects an estimated 2-8% of the population [1]. Despite extensive research, the exact cause of fibromyalgia isn't known, which can add to the frustration for fibro sufferers.

Treating fibromyalgia symptoms often involves a mix of prescription drugs and physical therapy. Still, many more people are looking into more natural options like CBD (cannabidiol), THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), and herbs in Eastern medicine. 

While some of these edibles may help to address fibromyalgia pain and symptoms, they aren't cures, and they don't work for everyone — everyone's experience with pain can be unique.

This article isn't intended to provide medical advice. Instead, we're here to offer well-researched information on the range of edibles many people are using that some find supportive in dealing with fibromyalgia. You should speak with your healthcare provider before adding anything new to your treatment.

5 Best Edibles for Fibromyalgia

  1. Best Natural CBD Products: Neurogan RSO Gummies (Raw Scandinavian Oil)
  2. Hemp-Based RSO Oil: Lazarus Naturals CBD RSO
  3. Best Cannabis Chocolate: Kiva Confections THC Chocolate Bars
  4. Best Non-Cannabis Edible: Goli Nutrition Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies with Tumeric
  5. Traditional Chinese Medicinal Herb: Yan Hu Suo Pian (Corydalis Relaxe™)

1. Neurogan Raw Scandinavian Oil Gummies

Bottle of Neurogan RSO Gummies

We're proud that the Neurogan RSO (Raw Scandinavian Oil) is the first of its kind.

We craft these RSO gummies at our cGMP facility using raw cannabinoids and terpenes derived from hemp plants without extensive processing or filtration. This method ensures that the full spectrum of cannabinoids, terpenes, and other beneficial plant compounds remain in their most natural and potent form.

What’s in the Neurogan RSO? Each gummy contains 115 mg of CBD, CBG, CBDA, and trace amounts of THC, making it among the most potent CBD edibles on the market.

This spectrum is believed to create the entourage effect, where the combined action of various compounds enhances the overall health benefit potential for discomfort [2].

Terpenes like caryophyllene and humulene in an edible contribute to the unique flavor profile that may offer potential anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties to help with pain relief and muscle spasms. [3, 4].

While traditional RSO (Rick Simpson Oil) is known for its high THC content, these gummies pivot towards a higher CBD concentration, making them more accessible and legally compliant. This shift retains the holistic approach of RSO but in a format that is more user-friendly and aligns with federal legal standards.

Price: $70.


  • Unheated, Raw Hemp Extract
  • 115 MG of diverse cannabinoids, including CBD, CBG, CBDA & more
  • 30 Gummies


  • Consistent dosage
  • Easy to consume
  • Non-intoxicating effects
  • High CBD potency


  • It may be too potent for those new to CBD
  • Limited flavor options

2. Lazarus Naturals CBD RSO

Lazarus Naturals CBD RSO

Lazarus Naturals had also reimagined the traditional Rick Simpson Oil. It's not made with medical marijuana — but instead, legal, organic hemp.

This CBD RSO delivers a more consistent and potent experience of full spectrum cannabis extract blended with organic coconut oil, enhancing the texture to a smoother consistency that facilitates easy and precise dosing.

Each milliliter of this CBD RSO contains a substantial 400 mg of CBD, indicating a high concentration of the active ingredient. The high CBD content makes this product an appealing option for those seeking significant cannabinoid intake in a single dose.

RSO can be used topically or internally, but for individuals with fibromyalgia, taking Lazarus Naturals CBD RSO internally is reported to provide systemic effects.

This means that the CBD is absorbed into the bloodstream and distributed throughout the body, potentially offering widespread relief from the numerous symptoms associated with fibromyalgia, such as chronic pain, fatigue, and sleep disturbances. If you are dealing with sleep issues related to fibromyalgia, it would be best to consider CBD edibles for sleep

Price: $100


  • Organic Hemp Extract with MCT Oil in a syringe
  • 400 MG per mL


  • High CBD concentration
  • Made from legal hemp


  • It may be too potent for those new to CBD
  • A syringe can make it challenging to use

3. Kiva Confections THC Chocolate Bars

Kiva Confections THC Chocolate Bars

Kiva Confections offers a range of THC-infused chocolate bars. These chocolates are known for their high-quality ingredients and precise THC dosing.

Many users report that Kiva Confections’ chocolates are effective for pain management. THC, the active ingredient, is known for its potential anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties. It works by interacting with the body’s endocannabinoid system, which regulates pain, among other functions [5].

Kiva’s chocolates come with clear labeling to guide users on the amount of THC in each piece. This makes dosing more manageable, especially for those new to THC edibles or those who need to manage their intake for pain relief for muscle and joint discomfort carefully.

Because 5 mg per chocolate square is a psychoactive dose, it may not be suitable for all fibromyalgia patients.

Price: You must shop at your local dispensary for prices


  • 100 MG THC per bar
  • 5 MG per square
  • Does it produce psychoactive effects


  • Easy to dose
  • Made with premium chocolate and comes in a variety of flavors


  • You must shop at a local dispensary with a medical cannabis license or live in a state where recreational marijuana is legal.
  • Psychoactive effects may not be suitable for everyone

4. Goli Nutrition Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies with Tumeric

Goli Nutrition Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies with Tumeric

These edible gummies uniquely combine the benefits of apple cider vinegar with turmeric. Turmeric contains curcumin, a potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant compound, which can be beneficial in managing conditions like fibromyalgia that involve chronic pain and inflammation [6].

Goli has been recognized for making apple cider vinegar (which can be harsh to consume in liquid form) more palatable by infusing it into a tasty gummy format. This makes it easier for individuals to incorporate these beneficial ingredients into their daily routine.

Goli Nutrition is widely available and easily purchased online or in various health food stores.

While turmeric and apple cider vinegar have health benefits, they are not cure-alls. For conditions like fibromyalgia, a multifaceted approach involving medical treatment, lifestyle changes, and possibly dietary supplements is often the most effective.

Price: $19


  • No CBD
  • 60 pieces


  • Makes apple cider vinegar more palatable


  • It might not be strong enough to relieve pain

5. Yan Hu Suo Pian (Corydalis Relaxe™)

Yan Hu Suo Pian (Corydalis Relaxe™)

Corydalis Relaxe™ features Corydalis (Yan Hu Suo) as its main ingredient. This herb is used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) to support muscle and nerve comfort.

The corydalis herb is like a natural painkiller. It's used in traditional Chinese medicine to help with pain, which is something a lot of people with fibromyalgia deal with [7]. It's not just Corydalis in there. Other eastern medicine herbs like Bai Zhi and Xiang Fu team up to further support its potential pain-relieving effects.

The standard usage involves taking five tablets 2 to 3 times daily, with or before meals. The dosage can be adjusted for a more potent effect, although it is recommended to consult a healthcare practitioner who specializes in TCM for precise dosage.

Price: $13


  • TCM Tablets
  • Cannabinoid free


  • Easy to take consistent doses
  • Includes herbs targeting muscle and nerve comfort


  • It doesn't have any flavor
  • It can be potent, so it’s essential to consult with a professional before using it regularly.

The Takeaway: Edibles For Fibromyalgia Symptoms

There isn't a one-size-fits-all solution for addressing symptoms of fibromyalgia, as it manifests differently in each person.

Products like Neurogan's Rich Scandinavian Oil Gummies, with our unique blend of cannabinoids and natural flavors, offer a promising option for some. However, the varied nature of THC edibles for fibromyalgia means that what works for one person might not work for another.

Remember, integrating lifestyle changes and stress management techniques can also be crucial in symptom management. Exploring different edibles, whether they're CBD-based like ours or other natural supplements, can be part of a personalized approach to managing fibromyalgia symptoms alongside advice from your healthcare provider.


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  4. Fidyt, K., Fiedorowicz, A., Strządała, L., & Szumny, A. (2016). β‐caryophyllene and β‐caryophyllene oxide—natural compounds of anticancer and analgesic properties. Cancer medicine, 5(10), 3007-3017.
  5. Mack, A., & Joy, J. (2000). MARIJUANA AND PAIN. In Marijuana as Medicine? The Science Beyond the Controversy. National Academies Press (US).
  6. Martin, I. S. M., Oliva, S. L., Yurrita, L. C., Rojo, S. S., & Vilar, E. G. (2019). Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant feeding and supplementation may serve as adjuvants in women with fibromyalgia. Journal of Nutrition & Intermediary Metabolism, 15, 3-9.
  7. Alhassen, L., Dabbous, T., Ha, A., Dang, L. H. L., & Civelli, O. (2021). The analgesic properties of Corydalis yanhusuo. Molecules, 26(24), 7498.
Dr. James Hook

Chiropractic Degree, Life Chiropractic College West Dr. James graduated Magna Cum Laude with a doctorate of Chiropractic degree from Life Chiropractic College West. James grew up in Bozeman, Montana, where he started playing sports at a young age, which sparked his interest in human anatomy and ...

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