About CBD

Will I get high?

No, unlike THC, CBD has no psychoactive properties and will not give you a “high”. There is no evidence it has any abuse or dependence potential and to date, there is no evidence that it is associated with any serious side effects, according to the World Health Organization.

Does it work for skin?

Research  suggests that CBD oil may be beneficial for a number of different skin conditions. These may include:

Acne

Acne is the most common skin condition in humans. CBD contains many compounds with oil-reducing, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties that may help improve acne.

A 2014 study explored the effects of CBD on human sebocytes. These are the cells that create sebum, which is a waxy, oily substance the skin produces.

While sebum helps protect our skin, excessive sebum can also result in acne. The study indicates that CBD can prevent sebocytes from creating too much sebum.

2016 review notes the potential antibacterial and antifungal properties of the cannabis plant. This could help prevent acne due to infections on the skin.

2019 study suggests that CBD may also be beneficial for treating the appearance of acne scars.

Dryness and itching

2019 study notes that CBD may be useful for treating some common symptoms of skin conditions, such as dryness and itching. The anti-inflammatory properties of CBD may be particularly useful for reducing potential triggers of eczema, dermatitis, and psoriasis.

As CBD oil can help soothe skin and reduce the appearance of irritation, it may be useful for people with sensitive skin.

Learn more about CBD and psoriasis here.

 

Aging and wrinkles

2017 studyTrusted Source highlights the antioxidant properties of CBD. Oxidative stress can contribute toward the aging process. Therefore, the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of CBD may help prevent the appearance of aging in the skin.

Infection

As the cannabis plant may contain antibacterial and antifungal properties, it may be useful for treating infections on the skin.

How CBD helps with pain


There is evidence that suggests Hemp-derived CBD can help to reduce pain. Research suggests that the effect the CBD has on the bodies endocannabinoid system is what reduces pain and inflammation. CBD binds to our endocannabinoid receptors and is thought to help regenerate cells.  It contains anti-inflammatory properties and works well for both acute and chronic inflammation such as arthritis for numerous people.