The Ultimate Guide to CBD Creams
Cannabidiol, more commonly known as CBD is a non-psychoactive compound that has been shown to have many different therapeutic benefits. One of the most popular ways in which people use CBD is through creams and lotions. These are applied topically and can be rubbed into joints for relief from pain or soreness.
CBD has been used in skin creams for centuries. It was initially popularized by Queen Victoria of England, who had a personal physician apply CBD-rich oil to her skin while she slept each night and is believed to have found relief from the discomfort associated with psoriasis.
The best cbd creams differ depending on how you want it applied onto your body. You can choose between lotions, balms, and salves which are all made with different ingredients such as coconut or olive oils. If your desired use is for pain management then look into using some type of cream that will be easily absorbed by the body’s tissues such as ointments or creams where bioactives like hemp seed essential fats nourish the skin.
Topicals like ointments and creams should be used if you want your skin moisturized from within while taking care of any inflammation issues such as arthritis or eczema. These types of CBD solutions work well because they enter your system through absorption rather than ingestion, and they are able to target localized pain areas in your body.
The application process also differs depending on what type you want to use. For topical creams we have different consistencies such as lotions or balms that need to be rubbed into sore joints or muscles where there is stiffness because these types of products typically contain more emulsifiers and waxes than other solutions.
For ointments, CBD is mixed with other oils or materials and they are stored in air-tight containers to prevent oxidation.
CBD can also be used as a topical treatment for acne, eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, burns and even wounds where it’s applied directly onto damaged skin. One study showed that concentrated cannabis extract slowed the growth of bacteria on human cells by up to 40% – this could help reduce symptoms associated with antibiotic resistance such as MRSA (methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus) infections which were previously untreatable because antibiotics would not work against them anymore.