CBD oil can be used topically to treat skin diseases. Research shows that CBD oil has high potential for treating skin diseases such as eczema by stimulating abnormal cell death. It can also help regulate the production of oil in the skin, reducing acne. CBD also contains many nutrients, such as vitamin E, which help improve and protect the skin. Other treatments: diet is vital for skin health. Many people believe that removing foods such as sugar, dairy, or grains (if they are sensitive) improves the skin. I also personally use a probiotic skin spray, which has had a very strong effect on my acne-prone skin.
The role of CBD oil in cancer treatment still needs more research, but what is available looks promising. According to the American cancer society, CBD oil can slow the growth and spread of certain cancers (in animals). Since it fights oxidative stress and inflammation (and both are linked to cancer), it makes sense that CBD oil can help fight cancer cells.
CBD oil or hemp oil This is a common question and misconception. As mentioned above, although they come from the same plant, they are different strains, and are collected from plants that do not contain THC (or minor levels). CBD is completely legal and not considered a drug. Because of the often confused history of these plants, many manufacturers use "hemp oil" instead of the more controversial "CBD" in their marketing. CBD levels can vary greatly depending on production, so it is important to find a high quality manufacturer with proven levels. From a sustainability perspective, it's not a good thing that hemp has received so much negative pressure because it comes from a similar plant variety. Apart from the benefits of CBD, hemp is one of the strongest, longest and most durable natural fibers, and it can be grown without any pesticides or herbicides!