CBD OIL is a common abbreviation for cannabidiol. Cannabidiol is a natural chemical compound found in the cannabis sativa plant. CBD has been study for various potential therapeutic uses, including relief from pain, anxiety, digestive issues and more. CBD is non-psychoactive, meaning that it cannot get you high or alter your mindstate. THC is the active mind-altering compound in cannabis, and our products contain less than .03% THC.
The bottom line: As long as it’s extract within the proper parameters, CBD oil does have benefits for skin. We’re excite to see how the research behind CBD oil’s topical benefits continues to grow, and anticipate it becoming a mainstay of many people’s skin care routines.
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