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CBD for eczema

CBD for Eczema

What is CBD?

CBD is one of the many compounds found in the cannabis plant. Unlike THC another well-known compound found in cannabis, CBD is not psychoactive and does not cause a “high” sensation. CBD is extracted from the hemp plant and is used in various products, including oils, creams and gummies.

CBD for Eczema

CBD has become a popular natural remedy for a variety of health conditions, including eczema. Eczema is a common skin condition that affects millions of people worldwide, causing dry, itchy, and inflamed skin. CBD has been found to have anti-inflammatory and soothing properties, making it a potential treatment option for eczema.

Eczema is a condition that causes skin inflammation, itching, and irritation. The skin becomes dry, scaly, and may even crack, leading to bleeding and infections. CBD may help to reduce inflammation and soothe the skin, providing relief to people with eczema.

Several studies have looked at the use of CBD for eczema. A 2020 review of studies found that CBD has anti-inflammatory properties and can help reduce inflammation in the skin. Another study from 2019 found that CBD may help reduce the severity of eczema symptoms, including itching and redness.

CBD is believed to work by interacting with the endocannabinoid system in the body. The endocannabinoid system is responsible for regulating various functions in the body, including the immune system and inflammation. CBD can help regulate the immune response and reduce inflammation, which may help alleviate eczema symptoms.

How to Use CBD for Eczema

There are several ways to use CBD for eczema. CBD oil can be applied topically to the affected areas of the skin. CBD creams and lotions are also available and can be applied directly to the skin. CBD capsules or gummies can be taken orally and may provide systemic relief.

When using CBD for eczema, it is important to choose high-quality products from reputable companies. Look for products that have been third-party tested and have a certificate of analysis (COA) available. This will ensure that the product contains the amount of CBD advertised and is free from harmful contaminants.

It is also important to speak with a healthcare professional before using CBD for eczema, especially if you are taking any medications or have any underlying health conditions.

CBD Oil - Pet Dosage Guide

PET WEIGHT 500mg Bottle 1000mg Bottle
10lb 2mg (4 drops) 2mg (2 drops)
20lb 4mg (8 drops) 4mg (4 drops)
30lb 6mg (12 drops) 6mg (6 drops)
40lb 8mg (16 drops) 8mg (16 drops)
50lb 10mg (20 drops) 10mg (10 drops)
60lb 12mg (24 drops) 12mg (12 drops)
70lb 14mg (28 drops) 14mg (14 drops)
80lb 16mg (32 drops) 16mg (16 drops)
90lb 16mg (16 drops) 18mg (18 drops)
100lb 20mg (40 drops) 20mg (20 drops)
110lb 22mg (44 drops) 22mg (22 drops)
120lb 24mg (48 drops) 24mg (24 drops)
130lb 26mg (52 drops) 26mg (26 drops)
140lb 28mg (56 drops) 28mg (28 drops)
150lb 30mg (60 drops) 30mg (30 drops)
*Amounts are approximated. On a 500mg bottle, 1 drop equals approximately 0.55mg. On a 1000mg bottle, 1 drop equals approximately 1.10mg. We recommend talking to your veterinarian if you have any additional questions about dosing.