There are many methods for consuming CBD oil such as sublingual application, vaping or taking a capsule. Topical CBD comes in the form of lotions, salves, message oil and even lip balm. Topical CBD is applied directly to the skin. When CBD oil is applied to the skin, it does not enter the blood stream. Instead, it is absorbed by the CB2 receptors found in your skin and then activates the body's endocannabinoid system. We looked into the studies being done with CBD topicals as well as why many of our customers are choosing CBD topicals over other forms of CBD oil.
Itchy, red, irritated skin are symptoms of both eczema and psoriasis. This can make it difficult to differentiate between the two conditions. However, there are distinct differences between the two skin conditions. Eczema is a general set of skin conditions that can be caused by a wide variety of factors.
Interested in making your own CBD topical? Check out this easy recipe on adding Active CBD 99% isolate powder to a larger base to create your very own CBD topical. Interested in making your own CBD tincture? Check out adding CBD isolate to a larger base (Tincture).