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What is CBD oil?

CBD stands for Cannabidiol and refers to the the major cannabinoid found in cannabis. It is an oil that is extracted from the flowers and leaves of the cannabis/hemp plant. CBD oil is naturally occurring in the plant and typically goes through a process of winterization and short path distillation until it is in its purest form for use as CBD oil.


Can you explain Cannabinoids, Endocannabinoids and Phytocannabinoids?

Most of the benefits associated with cannabis come from cannabinoids. They are the active compounds produced by all cannabis plants. Cannabinoids found in plants are referred to as Phytocannabinoids, while cannabinoids produced by the human body are called Endocannabinoids. Everyone has Endocannabinoids and an Endocannabinoid System (ECS) in their body regardless of whether they use cannabis or not. The ECS has been linked to balancing processes such as sleep, mood, appetite, stress, chronic pain, memory and fertility. Phytocannabinoids have the potential to interact with the body’s ECS to help achieve homeostasis (the body’s internal balance of processes).


How does CBD work in the body?

CBD’s effects are a result of its interaction with the Endocannabinoid System. CBD is thought to impact the ECS by binding to the endocannabinoid receptors.

What Could CBD Do for Your Skin?


For muscle & joint pain gently massage into affected area until completely absorbed. Repeat 3-4 times daily.

Perfect for any skin type, including sensitive skin and skin conditions like eczema and acne, this moisturiser hydrates without the need for harsh chemicals. Non-greasy and fast-absorbing, it’s the perfect way to rejuvenate your skin and restore its natural radiance.

The two biggest causes behind skin damage, skin aging, and skin conditions like acne and hyperpigmentation are free radical damage and inflammations caused by ECS irregularities.


The ECS is responsible for a variety of different bodily functions, including oil production, pigmentation, and much more. As well as helping to restore balance in the ECS, CBD can also help skin health because it has powerful anti-inflammatory properties and is a strong antioxidant.


CBD Regulates Oil Production – It’s believed that the overproduction of sebum is the leading contributor to skin conditions such as acne. In a study conducted in 2014, CBD was found to have a positive anti-inflammatory effect on sebocytes which are skin cells that produce sebum.

CBD Can Help Reduce Inflammation – It is well-known that CBD is a powerful natural anti-inflammatory. CBD could help to reduce swelling, pain, and also redness, and irritation from skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema.

CBD Can Hydrate Skin – Research conducted in 2009 suggested that CBD could be an effective way to hydrate dry or damaged skin.

While initial research into CBD and skincare looks extremely promising, we still have a long way to go to fully understand this natural compound. However, anecdotal evidence from millions of people worldwide suggests that they have had a positive experience with CBD skincare products.


Another advantage that CBD has over other compounds is that its extremely versatile. Because of the way that the ECS is set up, there are a variety of different ways that CBD can be used, including CBD moisturizer, CBD skin oils, creams, and much more.


CBD for Skin Care Everything You Need to Know! Conclusion

Preliminary research into CBD for skin health looks extremely promising. However, no two people are the same, and the results which one person experiences may not be the same as someone else. The advantage of CBD over other skincare products is that it’s 100% natural.

What is the difference between hemp and marijuana?

Hemp and marijuana are both types of cannabis, however Marijuana contains a cannabinoid known as THC, which is responsible for making you “high”. Hemp contains negligible amounts of THC, not likely to cause any form of high. Happy Healing products undergo strict filtration protocols to remove THC from the final product, ensuring our CBD is lawful and will not have any psychoactive effect.


Are there any negative side effects associated with taking CBD?

CBD is often well-tolerated particularly at moderate doses. No customers have reported any negative side-effects to date. Regardless of this, we always recommend consulting your medical practitioner before use.

CBD & ECZEMA The following are common questions and answers relating to CBD cream for eczema: How do you use CBD cream for eczema? A person should apply a small amount of CBD cream onto the affected area of the skin and massage it into the skin until absorbed. Individuals should not use CBD cream on broken skin. Does CBD cream heal eczema? More research is necessary to determine how effective CBD creams are for eczema. However, existing studies have reported they are generally safe to use and may improve the quality of life for people living with inflammatory skin conditions. If CBD creams do not help improve a person’s eczema, the person may wish to work with a healthcare professional to find an alternative treatment. Can CBD cream stop eczema from itching? Researchers have found that CBD creams can reduce the itch resulting from eczema by an average of 60%, with some study participants no longer needing to use topical steroid creams to manage their eczema. Is CBD good for skin rashes? A 2019 study notes that CBD may benefit dry and itchy skin. Additionally, the authors of a 2020 study found that CBD worked as anti-inflammatory therapy. However, rashes have a wide number of causes and will look and feel different depending on the cause and the type of rash. CBD may not be the best treatment for every type of rash, so it is important that a person consult a doctor before trying any new topical treatments. If an individual develops other symptoms alongside a rash, such as painful joints, a sore throat, tenderness, difficulty breathing, or quick changes in skin tone, they should seek urgent medical advice. Can CBD make eczema worse? Some CBD creams may contain ingredients that can irritate the skin, such as terpenes or fragrances. A person should read product labels carefully to ensure the product does not contain potential allergens or ingredients they know to make their eczema worse. Can using CBD for eczema make you feel “high”? CBD creams do not produce the “high” feeling associated with cannabis use.

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