Topical CBD Products for Psoriasis and Skin Conditions

How Topical CBD is Good for Psoriasis and Skin Conditions

Even new users of cannabis/CBD for health and wellness are aware that CBD has been used to treat and alleviate a wide range of symptoms and conditions for many, many years. Indeed, cannabis has been used medicinally for thousands of years throughout different cultures and civilizations. Today, we are fast entering the era of cannabeauty. Nowadays, CBD is being manufactured in more and more topicals, balms, lotions, and ointments for the treatment of skin conditions, such as dry skin, eczema, and psoriasis. Green Glass Labs offers CBD for your topicals for bulk, wholesale, white label, and personal orders.

To understand how CBD topicals (or any other CBD products) work, you first have to understand what CBD is. Chances are; you probably already know what CBD is, but everyone may not. Therefore, we would like to briefly explain what CBD is so that our readers can get a better understanding of how it can work for them in topical solutions as well as via digestion. If you already have a solid grasp on what CBD is, please, skip over the following section to the next to keep learning about CBD topicals and edibles for psoriasis and eczema.

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What is CBD?

CBD is a cannabinoid that is prevalent in both the cannabis and hemp plants, as hemp is a close cousin of cannabis. Scientists have identified more than 100 unique compounds in the cannabis and hemp plants, but the two most popular or well-known compounds are THC and CBD. As you probably know, THC is the compound in marijuana that causes a psychoactive response in its users. In other words, THC is the cannabis compound that gets users high. In the hemp plant, there are very trace levels of THC, so there is not enough of it present for anyone to get high on. This is what makes hemp perfect for extracting CBD.

CBD does not cause a psychoactive response in its users. The uses of CBD are exclusively medicinal. Interestingly, the lower the concentrations of THC are, the higher the concentrations of CBD are. Likewise, the higher the CBD, the lower the THC. That is why most CBD extractors use hemp. The concentrations of THC are low (almost non-existent), and the concentration of CBD is much higher in hemp than it is in most cannabis strains.

Is CBD a Medicine?

CBD oil is an all-natural supplement. Although we often talk about CBD in terms of dosing and medicinal use, CBD is technically not a drug. Therefore, CBD is not to be used for the diagnosis, treatment, or curing of any sort of disease or condition, including eczema or psoriasis. Still, just as countless other natural supplements have helped countless people to find relief to a wide range of symptoms and improve their lives, CBD can often do the same. Still, CBD is technically a dietary supplement, not a medicine.

Can CBD Be Used for Treating Eczema and Psoriasis?

Yes, CBD can be used to "treat" symptoms of eczema and psoriasis. A better way of saying it is that CBD can be used by people with these skin conditions to obtain specific benefits or results. But first, we need to modify our perception of these skin conditions. Only when we start to view these conditions properly can we then obtain the results we want from our CBD regimen.

Understanding Your Skin Condition is Key to Achieving the Results You Want with CBD

Many conditions of the skin are actually internal problems that express themselves on the surface of your skin. Your skin conditions are likely a result of systemic inflammation and autoimmune problems. By thinking of your skin conditions in the proper context, you'll do much better at taking care of your disorders now and in the future. Using a CBD topical solution can provide amazing results for people who have skin conditions, according to countless people who have already used said products to improve their conditions. Still, a CBD topical is only one piece of the treatment puzzle.

Because skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis rear their ugly faces on top of the skin, the traditional approach to treating these conditions has been a topical or superficial one exclusively. Unfortunately, salves, balms, and lotions do very little for treating these conditions successfully.

We now know that dry skin, eczema, and psoriasis are conditions that are the result of inflammatory problems and autoimmune deficiencies, and autoimmune deficiencies result from imbalances within the immune system. Effectively, people who have autoimmune conditions will experience one side of their immune system that goes up high and one side that goes down very low.

Why CBD is Often Seen as a Better Solution for Eczema and Psoriasis

If you watch television for even just a couple of hours a week, you'll probably see several psoriasis commercials during this time. Modern medicine has caught up to the fact that conditions like eczema and psoriasis are inflammatory and autoimmune disorders that manifest themselves on the skin. Nowadays, all of the drugs that are used to treat these conditions are immune system suppressants. However, you only have to go back in time to your high-school or even your middle-school education to remember that your immune system exists to protect you, so you shouldn't be suppressing it.

Along with the side effects of these immune suppressant drugs, people who use them are at constant risk of getting very sick. If you touch a doorknob, if someone sneezes on you, or if you have fungus on your toe, the consequences can be dire if you are on an immune suppressant for the treatment of your psoriasis or eczema.

CBD is not an immune suppressant, as are many of the medicines that are commonly used to treat these conditions. Rather, using a CBD regimen is known as biphasing. This means that CBD can move things in different directions concerning your immune system. For example, if you have one side of your immune system that is too low, CBD can help to increase it. Conversely, if you have one side of your immune system that is too high, CBD can help to lower it, and CBD increases the part of the immune system that is regulatory. Basically, this is the part of the immune system that controls what is high and what is low.

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Is it Safe to Switch from Psoriasis Medicine to CBD?

As you can see, CBD is an attractive all-natural solution for a lot of people who experience conditions that cause skin problems. Of course, Green Glass Labs is not advising you to discontinue or change your medication regimen. Doing so could cause adverse health issues for you. Rather, Green Glass Labs recommends that if you want to switch from your current medication to an all-natural supplement like CBD, you should speak with your primary care physician at-length. These kinds of decisions are not choices that should be made whimsically or on a hunch.

Often times, people with eczema and or psoriasis are able to eliminate their medication therapies with CBD use completely. Others who haven't yet been prescribed a medication for their eczema or psoriasis can avoid going on prescription medicine altogether. Others have been able to supplement their medicine effectively with CBD. This means that such people have been able to reduce the amount of medicine that they take significantly. Green Glass Labs strongly recommends that you discuss your goals with your doctor, and if you don't like what he or she recommends, get a second, even a third opinion.

Using CBD as an Anti-Inflammatory Agent

It has been extensively documented that CBD oil is a very potent anti-inflammatory agent. CBD can attach to cannabinoid receptors on your immune cells, helping them to down-regulate the inflammatory response to create a more balanced attack. CBD increases the T-regulatory cells in your immune system, which helps to control the immune system better and to stabilize it. This leads to an overall reduction in systemic inflammation. Since dry skin, psoriasis, and eczema are all systemic inflammatory conditions, it should come as no surprise that you can see vast improvements by reducing systemic inflammation, which CBD is second-to-none at doing!

When using a CBD supplement in the regulating of skin conditions, it is important to take CBD both internally and externally. By taking CBD internally, you are going to see a reduction of the symptoms that we've talked about already. By taking CBD externally, in addition to taking CBD internally, you are going to nurture any damaged or dried skin much better and reduce pain. Therefore, Green Glass Labs represents taking a topical CBD solution in conjunction with a CBD oil tincture or CBD edibles.

The Benefits of Using a CBD Topical for Psoriasis, Dry Skin, and Eczema

People who experience dry skin, eczema, and psoriasis often experience a lot of pain associated with their conditions. One of the reasons why CBD is so effective in treating these conditions and their symptoms is that CBD inhibits the FAAH enzyme. This enzyme breaks down a cannabinoid that your body makes called an "anandamide." The anandamide is often thought of as a joy-bliss chemical that slows down or inhibits the enzyme that breaks it down, this joy-bliss chemical stays in your body longer, helping to reduce pain substantially.

If you have chronic eczema or psoriasis, there is often a lot of pain associated with these conditions, and CBD has been well-documented to assist in alleviating pain. CBD not only helps in treating the inflammatory part of the condition systemically, but it also can help with greatly reducing pain, sometimes even eliminating pain altogether!

Using a CBD topical directly on surface areas of pain, dry skin, or damaged skin can provide soothing, instant, and lasting relief! However, we mustn't take an outside-in approach to the treatment of these conditions and the alleviation of their symptoms.

Treat Your Skin Condition from the Inside-Out

Almost every autoimmune condition starts in the gut! Think about it; 90% of your immune system lives inside of your gut. Therefore, it makes sense that people who have a lot of problems with their immune systems can trace it back to their guts. Your gut and your gut lining is the primary interactor between your external environment and your internal environment.

A lot of the skin conditions and problems that people have result from things that happen in the gut, such as bad bugs, inflammation, and the condition known as leaky gut. Leaky gut is a situation where, through inflammation and breakdown, the tight junctions in your gut start to open up, and this allows whole food particles that go into your mouth to seep into your bloodstream. When you get whole food particles in your bloodstream, your immune system attacks them like they are foreign invaders. This can drive your immune system out of control, which can lead to inflammation and autoimmune problems that cause eczema and psoriasis.

A hormonal imbalance in your gut can also be the culprit of your problems that lead to your skin conditions. Again, there are many causes, but our goal is to take an inside-out approach to treat these issues. This way, you will achieve the best results with CBD. Consuming CBD both through the gut and topically will provide the best results for you.

Purchase Your CBD Topicals, CBD Oil, and CBD Edibles from Green Glass Labs

When you purchase CBD products, whether they are topicals or other products, you need to partner with a reliable and trustworthy supplier like Green Glass Labs. Green Glass Labs provides reliable products with fast turn-around times. In addition to fast turn-around times, all of our CBD products are independently tested by a third-party firm to ensure that what we advertise on the bottle is actually what is in the bottle.

If you are someone who suffers from conditions like dry skin, eczema, or psoriasis, then CBD might be just what you need! Contact Green Glass Labs to learn more about amazing CBD products or to purchase your order today. A knowledgeable representative is standing by to assist you.

 

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