CBD and its Antiseptic Properties

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CBD and its antiseptic properties

Currently, scientists have conducted research on the potential of CBD products to reduce pain, swelling and bleeding from cuts and burns, and to help repair epidermal tissue.

The use of CBD creams is recommending for people with sensitive skin or skin allergies. Because their antiseptic properties prevent fungi and regulate the PH of the skin. Thanks to its high level of vitamin E, it is very efficient to combat dry or cracked skin, dandruff, hives and mild skin rashes.

It is also very useful as a complementary treatment for burns and cuts since it inhibits pain, protects against infections and promotes the process of skin regeneration. Its use is recommended for a large number of common skin problems such as boils and abscesses, dermatitis, cold sores

The endocannabinoid system plays a very important role in the entire process of wound healing. Immediately after an injury occurs, the anandamide levels in the affected tissues increase. And provide an analgesic effect by acting on the CB1 receptors present in the peripheral nerves.

The endocannabinoid system plays a very important role in the entire process of wound healing.

The investigations carried out so far have provided numerous proof that CBD has a strong analgesic, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effect. In fact, it seems that the endocannabinoid system plays a fundamental role in the healing process itself. And plays an essential role in the formation of scar tissue.

Laboratorios Canalanza CBD STUDY CENTRE

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Shea Butter and Tea Tree Balm with CBD

Some of the benefits are:

# Antiseptic

# High CBD content

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