Studies show that another powerful component of CBD is fighting Acne. The anti-inflammatory properties of CBD may also be useful for reducing potential triggers of dermatitis, eczema, and psoriasis.
CBD Oil comes in many different strengths and is utilized in many different ways. You can place a drop or two under your tongue, add it to creams or lotions, or apply it directly to the skin.
The human body contains cannabinoid receptors known as the Endocannabinoid Receptor System (ECS). Research suggests that cannabinoids and the ECS may play a role in many bodily processes and that the skin contains cannabinoid receptors (PubMed, Molecular Sciences).
Acne is probably the most common skin condition in humans. CBD contains compounds with oil-reducing, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties that may help improve acne.
A 2014 study (PubMed, JCI) explored CBD and the human sebocytes. These are the cells that create SEBUM, which is a waxy, oily substance the skin produces.
Now, sebum does help protect our skin, but excessive sebum can cause acne. This study indicates that CBD can prevent too much sebum being created.
A 2016 review (PubMed, Frontiers in Plant Science), notes the potential antibacterial and antifungal properties of CBD. This could help PREVENT acne due to infections on the skin.
A 2019 study (B. Palmieri, C. Laurino, M. Vadala'), suggests that CBD may be beneficial for treating acne scars.
Dryness and Itching:
CBD may be useful for treating some common symptoms of skin conditions like dry, or itchy skin. CBD Oil can help soothe skin and reduce the appearance of irritation. And it may be very useful for sensitive skin.
Aging and Wrinkles:
A 2017 study (Mary Ann Liebert Inc) highlights the antioxidant properties of CBD. Oxidative stress can contribute to the aging process, Therefore, the properties of CBD (anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory) may help prevent the appearance of aging in the skin.
Because it may contain antibacterial and antifungal properties, CBD may be useful for treating infections on the skin.
According to the World Health Organization(WHO), people generally tolerate CBD well. However some common side effects, which may be dose-dependent, can include,
change in appetite, weight
CBD Oil d
osages may vary depending on body weight and the potency of the CBD.
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