There is also evidence to suggest that dietary hemp seed oil can raise levels in the epidermis and make eczematous skin look more like the fatty acid profile found in ‘normal’ skin. In 2005, Dr. J. Callaway, published a study done in Finland in the Journal of Dermatological Treatment documenting the treatment of eczema using hemp seed […]
Hemp seed oil itself has had some success with the symptoms of eczema. As these conditions are characterized by overly dry skin, hemp seed oil can moisturize the skin while avoiding further irritation. In eczema, dry skin occurs due to excessive transepidermal water loss, as persistent inflammation compromises the skin’s ability to act as a […]
There are now about 130 cannabinoids which have been discovered! Amazing! CBD is only one of many, but it is the predominant cannabinoid that we have discovered as of today. We are at the forefront of a whole new science, biochemistry, and industry and dermatology has it’s part too!
CBD or Cannabidiol extracts, which are produced directly from marijuana flowers, are up to 15 percent CBD (or 150,000 ppm). CBD extracts can be produced indirectly from hemp manufacture as a by-product of the flowers and leaves that are mixed in with the stalks during hemp stalk processing for fiber. This has been done mostly […]
While it seems like “cannabis beauty” is a sudden trend, it’s nothing new, with Eastern cultures including China using these effective ingredients for thousands of years. Hemp oil has trace levels of THC and is heavy in omega fatty acids, which are essential for moisturizing dull skin. Fatty acids in hemp oil also help regenerate […]
Let’s look at the difference between hemp and marijuana. There is still a lot of confusion about that. Cannabinoids can come from medical marijuana plants or from industrially grown hemp plants. Both are varieties of Cannabis sativa but they are grown for different purposes, and each one comes with its own rapidly changing legal status […]