Astonishing Results in Treating Your Acne with CBD --UltimateCBDWarehouse
Astonishing Results in Treating Your Acne with CBD
Research has proven CBD to be beneficial in treating a variety of ailments in people. Some illnesses that it can help with are severe, while others are more practical for everyday life. Today we will focus on a problem that everyone has had at some point in their life: Acne.
Who would have thought that CBD could help with such a common problem? And it's been in our face this whole time - pun intended. Acne afflicts up to 50 million Americans every year, which makes it the most common skin condition. Usually, Acne starts during puberty and affects many young adults. Almost 85% of 12-24-year-olds have at least minor acne.
There is a human study entitled “Cannabidiol exerts sebostatic and anti-inflammatory effects on human sebocytes,” published in The Journal of Clinical Investigation. It states that Cannabidiol is the most studied nonpsychotropic phytocannabinoid. CBD has been used in clinical practice before and showed no significant side effects (Sativex), and there are many studies ongoing in phases II and III to find more therapeutic potentials. Within the current study, researchers intend to reveal the biological actions of CBD on the human sebaceous gland. Since they lacked adequate animal models, they used human immortalized SZ95 sebocytes, the best available cellular system, and the full-thickness human skin organ culture (hSOC) technique. The study concluded that CBD normalizes “pro-acne agent”–induced excessive lipid synthesis of human sebocytes.
Acne affects the quality of life in millions of people worldwide. If you suffer from acne research has proven CBD may be able to help. More research to come.
Skin conditions by the numbers | American Academy of .... https://www.aad.org/media/stats/conditions/skin-conditions-by-the-numbers
Cannabidiol exerts sebostatic and anti-inflammatory effects ....https://m.jci.org/articles/view/64628
Astonishing Results in Treating Your Acne with CBD - Clinical Studies
Publishing of these studies was performed by the U.S. National Library of Medicine | National Institute of Health, a U.S. government site. Please click one of the documents below to review the full clinical studies.