CBD for Psoriasis
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CBD for Psoriasis
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CBD is an acronym for Cannabidiol. A compound constituent found in hemp and cannabis that lacks the intoxicating and addictive effects associated with other cannabis compounds such as Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Due to this, it is legal, sold and used in many countries around the world.

Hemp-derived CBD is legal in most countries because research has shown that it has many health benefits to the human body. The main advantage of the hemp plant is that it has a lower concentration of THC and other components that make cannabis exhibit some psychoactive effects.

In place of THC, the hemp plant has more concentration of cannabinoids that are very helpful to the functioning of the body. Studies have shown that CBD present in the hemp plant is capable of healing many diseases including Psoriasis.

What is Psoriasis?

People have tried to find a cure for Psoriasis for many years, but the results are not as expected. It is a condition characterized by symptoms such as itchy patches of raised, red skin. Psoriasis occurs when skin cells overproduce in the skin layers under the surface. It creates a cycle of chronic problems. Many people who suffer from psoriasis also suffer from mental issues. The condition affects the metabolism and it can lead to serious problems, like arthritis and depression.

In order to find a cure, scientists have tried many treatments. One of them is using CBD oil. When using CBD oil, the symptoms of psoriasis gradually disappear, and the patients can feel instant relief.

What Makes CBD Oil Suitable for Treating Psoriasis?

Once applied to the skin, CBD oil created a protective film where components play a significant role in treating psoriasis. Cannabinoids
found in the CBD oil are responsible for positive effects on the skin. These components react with the endocannabinoid system, which is the most responsible for psoriasis symptoms. Once the reaction with the endocannabinoid system is made, the CBD oil starts to affect the layers of the skin. That’s the moment of gradual improvement.

Skin cells start to produce slower than usual and the condition of the skin starts to improve. This kind of reaction is reserved only for the usage of CBD oils and it cannot be triggered with any other oil in nature.

For all these reasons, CBD oil represents one of the best solutions for psoriasis.

What are the Benefits of Using CBD on the Skin

CBD oil has many benefits when using it on the skin. Besides psoriasis, CBD oil can treat acne, eczema, skin rashes and many other chronic problems. People use it for joint pain, internal inflammations, and mental relief. So many conditions can be treated with CBD oil. That is why this oil represents a true help when it comes to medical issues.

Many governments suggest legalization of CBD oil, particularly because of so many positive benefits for chronic conditions. If you are interested in finding out which countries are CBD-friendly and embrace the use of CBD products, read our legal guide. If you live in the USA, we’ve got you covered with our in-depth and state-specific CBD legal guide. Patients who suffer from psoriasis and other skin problems find CBD oil as the only solution for
the problem and that is why many countries consider full legalization of quality CBD oils.

Possible Side Effects of Using CBD on the Skin

While CBD is generally considered safe, some people will experience some side effects. The side effects include nausea, diarrhea, drowsiness, change of appetite, and a dry mouth. The symptoms are rare, though, and not as severe as the ones caused by the conventional drugs used to treat skin conditions.

How Does CBD Treat Psoriasis

In different studies, there are several answers to how CBD oil treats psoriasis. All of them corresponds to a similar reason. CBD oil treats psoriasis by affecting the T cells in our body. Overactivity of T cells is the main reason for psoriasis, and that is where the power of CBD oil comes to light. Once applied, the components of CBD oil react with the T cells and make them less active. As a result, we have a decreased production of cells on the skin. A condition like psoriasis depends on the cell growth, and once a suppressor like CBD oil is in the cells, the overproduction is much lower.

A visible effect of less production of the cells is more than obvious. We can notice fewer symptoms of psoriasis and the overall skin condition is better. In order to reach the full effect of CBD oil, the treatment must be fully completed. Sometimes, the treatment can last several months with constant changes, and the long effect is only visible after the full treatment.

Success Stories of People Using CBD to Treat Psoriasis

Mark:

“When I started with CBD oil, I didn’t have many expectations. My friends told me about possible side effects and I was thinking about the treatment for very long. But, when I finally started using the CBD oil, I noticed huge differences. My skin condition gradually improved and I felt much better. Psoriasis decreased on some areas of my skin and I felt constant improvements. I will continue using CBD oil, as this is the most effective solution I’ve ever tried.”

Susanne:

If you ask me how long I’ve been using the CBD oil, I’ll tell you, for years! I remember my first time when I tried CBD oil, and it was a true experience. After the first usage, I felt much better, and I continued to use it. After the first month, my condition improved a lot. Since then, I constantly use CBD as a necessary help for my skin condition. The effects are great and I would recommend to everyone to try the power of CBD oil.”

What are Studies Saying about Using Cannabinoids (CBD) for Psoriasis

In psoriasis, most skin cells are produced by a chemical reaction called keratinocyte proliferation. When CBD oil components enter the skin cells in our body, the overall effect contributes to decreasing of keratinocyte proliferation process. As an end result, we get lower production of skin cells and a lower amount of psoriasis symptoms. Many studies suggest that CBD oil affects this kind of cell reaction that contributes to a better skin condition.

All these effects of CBD oil suggest that the use of this oil can be extremely beneficial to all patients with skin problems. Psoriasis is not only in question here. All other skin conditions like eczema, acne and skin ruches can be treated with CBD oil. At the same time, many other conditions that are not related to the skin can be successfully treated. For these reasons, we must consider using CBD oil for medical purposes that can lead to a better health condition of all patients.

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Comments

  1. Avatarangie

    I have psoriasis and RA, I am 49. I have tries talking to my Dr about cbd oil and she wont even think about it. I have friends on cbd oil for fibro and it helps them. How do I know what is the right product to take, nothing but natural cbd oil? Please help.

    1. adminadmin

      Hi Angie

      Nordic Oil has a cream that is specially made for psoriasis. I will advice you to take our 5% oil as a supplement to the cream so that the oil combats the inflammation from the inside while the cream combats psoriasis from the outside.

      Link to creme: https://nordicoil.dk/eir-velegnet-til-psoriasis-toer-irriteret-hud
      Link to 5% oil: https://nordicoil.dk/cbd-hampolie-5

      – I look forward to hearing from you. 🙂

      Best regards
      Katrine from Nordic Oil

  2. AvatarMatt

    Is this cream available in the states? I too suffer from psoriasis and this is the first cream I’ve found to specifically state it helps with the disease.

    1. SilviyaSilviya

      Hi Matt,

      It’s great to hear that you have found a product that is suited for your specific needs! Our CBD products will be available in the United States sometime this summer. Nevertheless, I would encourage you to drop our customer service an email at info@nordicoil.dk for more details.

      We look forward to hearing from you.

      Kind regards,
      Silviya from Nordic Oil

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