CBD is a legal drug.
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Depending on the prescription strength, CBD protects against serious diseases such as autism, dementia and brain cancer (metastasis).
The main component of CBD oil is cannabidiol (CBD), which is non-psychedelic. ‘CBD’ has been tested in the United States, Canada, Germany, etc. and proved its efficacy in neurological and brain diseases such as brain metastasis, autism, and dementia.
–Shin Chang-hyun, member of the Democratic Party of Korea
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CBD and Pain & Inflammation (link to original study)
The evaluation stages for the transdermal administration of cannabinoids range from early preclinical phases and mouse models, to self-initiated topical use and randomized, double-blind controlled studies. The topical anti-inflammatory activity of phytocannabinoids in a roton oil mouse ear dermatitis assay has been described by Tubaro et al., while preclinical evaluations of the transdermal administration of CBD, via gel application, has been further tested on a rat complete Freund’s adjuvant-induced monoarthritic knee joint model.
In this latter study, CBD was found to demonstrate therapeutic potential for the relief of arthritic pain-related behavior and to exert an anti-inflammation effect without any evident high-brain-center psychoactive effects. Results showed that a dose of 6.2 mg/day reduced knee-joint swelling and that increasing the dose to 62 mg/day failed to yield additional improvements. The transdermal administration of CBD has also been observed to provide better absorption than the oral administration route in the same arthritic model.
CBD and Arthritis (link to original study)
These studies demonstrate transdermal administration of CBD has long-lasting therapeutic effects without psychoactive side-effects. Thus, use of topical CBD has potential as effective treatment of arthritic symptomatology. At present, one in five (21%) adults worldwide are diagnosed with some form of arthritis by their physicians. The data presented suggest transdermal CBD is a good candidate for developing improved therapies for these debilitating diseases.
CBD and Skin Health and Disorders (link to original study)
Preclinical evidence suggests the topical application of CBD may be efficacious for some skin disorders, such as eczema, psoriasis, pruritus, and other inflammatory skin conditions such as acne, seborrhea, and even wound healing. Researchers have also shown that CBD can penetrate cells and balance the oxidative stress response resulting from UVB irradiation and hydrogen peroxide. CBD activates certain genes that regulate and play strong cytoprotective roles with anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and anti-apoptotic properties, so treatments regulating their expression could be beneficial for skin conditions characterized by inflammation or keratin disorders, such as eczema or atopic dermatitis. Hemp essential oils have shown antimicrobial and antibiofilm properties against S. aureus, a strain of bacteria that causes microbiome imbalance and inflammation on the skin, suggesting its therapeutic potential to prevent and treat skin disorders like atopic dermatitis and pruritus, or itch. CBD may also have an effect in the wound healing process as a complex cannabinoid extract (including flavonoids and terpenes) was shown to have a synergistic anti-inflammatory effect in the healing process. In terms of acne/seborrhea, endocannabinoids have proven to regulate sebum production, thus regulating acne caused by overproduction of oils in the skin. The antimicrobial effects of CBD against C. acnes also help fight acne caused by the C. acnes bacterium. It is speculated that Hemp seed extract or hemp essential oil could also have potential for treating acne vulgaris because of its anti-lipogenic, anti- proliferative, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties.