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Dry flakey elbows, itchy knees and calves, and moisture deprived skin from neck to toes are all part of the winter experience for a good deal of the population.
According to The National Eczema Association, cannabis indeed has properties to combat the itchiness and appearance of eczema, especially atopic dermatitis.
In the midst of the nation's current sparkling water obsession, it makes sense that some people would try to sell it as some sort of miracle worker for your skin.
While it’s hard to believe in a miracle cure that claims to fix all of your skin imperfections, there are some products that are supported by science and that, when used regularly, really improve your skin’s health.
It was only a matter of time before CBD skin care began flooding the market. CBD helps reduce pain and inflammation, so, theoretically, it may treat skin issues like acne and eczema as well.
Your skin is your body's largest organ, responsible for regulating your temperature and for protecting you from microbes.
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According to a study published in the journal Addiction, individuals with depression were more likely than those without depression to use cannabis.