Many CBD consumers face common confusion while using topicals or creams containing CBD. They are uncertain about whether it is absorbed into the skin or not. The short answer to this is Yes. But how does this happen?
How is CBD absorbed in the skin?
First, you need to have a briefing about the action mechanism of CBD in the body. Like other parts of your body, the skin also has endocannabinoid receptors. When CBD is applied through a topical, it accesses the receptors in the skin. The critical point here is that CBD in topicals and creams accesses both types of receptors, CBD1 and CBD2, in the skin. This stimulation affects many physiological systems of the body, such as the digestive system and immune system.
How does topically absorbed CBD affect the human body?
Topically absorbed CBD is a good choice for targeted pain relief. It is a better option compared to orally ingested CBD when it comes to targeted pain relief. The main reason behind this is that you can apply topical CBD precisely at the point of pain, i.e. tense muscle or an overworked joint.
So, if you are afraid of risks or are a newbie to CBD, the topical application method is the right thing for you. Or if your body reacts to oral intake of unfamiliar compounds, topical CBD is highly recommended for you. If oral CBD does not work for you, it does not imply that CBD is harmful to you. It is just that the method you are using for the intake might need to change.
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