The Work has begun to realize the many wonderful uses of CBD and what an amazing supplement it can possibly be. It has been discovered that CBD might be able to help aid a large number of internal issues, like anxiety and severe pain, and it has also been known to help with stomach issues. You can give it your dogs, your cats or your mice to help them with the same issues that effect us humans daily. CBD is possibly a natural anti-itch, antidandruff, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, anticonvulsant, anti-anxiety, anti-fungal, antiseptic, anti-tumoral and antibacterial. These properties make CBD a highly effective internal supplement, but could also make it a highly effective topical supplement as well.
What can topical CBD do for you
The skin conditions that CBD can possibly help are acne, blackheads, ringworm, jock itch, athletes feet, eczema, dry skin, psoriasis, wrinkles, puffy eyes and dandruff. It has also been known to help pain, stop hair loss and lighten the appearance of scars. CBD could possibly make a great first aid ointment for minor cuts, scrapes, burns and sore muscles, plus it can help with arthritis from the outside as well as in.
Clear up that gorgeous face
Because CBD is an anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and antiseptic, it makes a great cleanser for zits and blackheads. It stops the inflammation that is caused by the clogged and infected pores that create acne. There is a vast number of ways that you can add CBD to your daily routine to ensure that your face stays clear and fresh looking. Taking it internally daily will help to balance your body chemistry to ensure proper sebum production. You can also add it to what you are already doing to cleanse your face. Add it to your cleanser and your aftercare cream. You will see amazing results and much clearer complexion.
"Tinea me all about it"
Ringworm, jock itch and athlete feet are all a type of tinea fungus that you can catch very easily, and they spread like wild fire. All three of these fungi are pretty of the same type, and they can all be helped by CBD, taken internally and used externally. Taken internally CBD can help to regulate your entire body. CBD is a natural anti-fungal, and is safe enough to use on the skin, but it should alway be paired with a carrier oil just in case. In the case of fungi, coconut oil is probably the best carrier oil as it is also an anti-fungal. Always make sure to treat everyone in your house at the same time just like you would with one of those dangerous prescription ointments, powders or sprays. This will ensure that no one is spreading it while it is being treated.
I’m itchy, flaky, I have elephant like skin or a skin colored rash
When taken as an internal supplement and paired with a topical tincture, ointment, oil or cream, CBD can be helpful to balance the sebum production in your skin and scalp. It can also possibly help to relieve the itching and dryness, plus repair the skin and stop the flaking that is associated with conditions like eczema, psoriasis and other skin conditions when used topically. Sometimes eczema, like Psoriasis, can cause pain and inflammation in a certain area of the body. CBD can help with every single one of these issue, even though each person will have a different response to CBD, over time CBD has the capability to show the potential to improve eczema, dry skin and psoriasis.
Scars, the new, the old and the ugly
CBD oil can help with scars of all kinds, old ones, new ones, sore ones and bad ones. Like vitamin-e, CBD has been known to reduce the appearance of scars. It also helps to reduce the redness and swelling that seems to come with some scars. If you use the oil like it is an ointment on a new scrap or cut, it will stop the appearance of the scar afterwards.
Sore muscles, that crick in my neck and arthritis
CBD can be placed into creams and balms. These creams and balms can be used on joints and sore muscles. Whether it is from exercising or arthritis, you can use CBD to help with the pain. It will also help to reduce the inflammation tat may be present in that area, plus will help to relax your body.
Cuts, scrapes and burns
CBD has been known to help reduce the pain, infection and inflammation in cuts and scrapes. It has also been known to reduce the appearance of scars, before and after they have been created. You can use CBD topically like you would A&D, Bengay or similar ointments. You should also take CBD internally in addition to using it topically, to reap the maximum benefits.
In addition to everything that you have probably been reading about CBD and taking as a supplement, you now know that you can use it on your skin. CBD is a product that can be extremely helpful in a lot of situations. Unfortunately it is surrounded by this insane stigma because it has an association with marijuana. The FDA has finally approved testing, so hopefully soon it will be approved for human testing, and be seen for medical wonder it is.