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Is CBD Oil Good For Psoriasis? — 10 Comments

  1. CBD is one of the greatest things we have here on earth. My husband takes it all the time and helps a lot. I know that there is no cure for psoriasis but CBD does help in some way with it. I just asked someone who deals with it (my husband) and he tells me that it does control it but not a oil he like the pills of CBD. He say that is what works for him.

    • Thanks for sharing your husband’s experience CBD oil Claudia. It is indeed available in capsules form which may be easier to use and whichever form is used has great results.

      Unfortunately, there so many things that remain completely un-curable Claudia, but if we have something that helps minimise the symptoms and/or the pains, we must use it, so well done.

      I wish you and your husband a very happy and healthy life.


  2. M youngest has a bad case of psoriasis. It constantly affects her self-esteem. I wish I could make it magically disappear for her, but what you have may be the next best thing. I am not very comfortable ordering on the internet, but will do so after reading your review once again. It seems CBD oil may help many others issues she has as well. Thank you!

    • Sorry to read about the problem of your daughter Jagi, but thanks for sharing. I don’t know what is her age but if she is a teenager, it is definitely a bad age for having skin issues, and would really affect her self-esteem, especially as a girl.

      For this reason Jagi, you should not delay in getting her a remedy. It is no problem buying online. If you are concerned about getting the right product, rest assured that there are some serious money back guarantees in place, and if you purchase from Amazon, you are safe as far as your payment details are concerned.

      Also, you might find that CBD oil in the form of tablets could be easier to use for a child. I can recommend one that I know has good reviews: Excellent for anxiety and skin care 

      My readers and myself would love to read about the results.

      I wish you and your family a happy and healthy life.


  3. I just want to say, I do not have psoriasis, thankfully, but I do use CBD oil.  I have been dealing with anxiety for several years now and I go through some really bad days that are hard to deal with.  I had been wanting to try CBD oil for a long time, but it wasn’t legal in our state yet. 

    About 2 or 3 months ago, I noticed that in a small town I go to several times a week, a CBD/Hemp store showed up.  I don’t know when it became legal but there it was.  My husband and I stopped in and talked to the owner.  She gave us information and I’ve been taking CBD oil since then and I have noticed my anxiety level has decreased.  I’m trying to find just the right brand and dosage.  It is important to me to find one that is organic without junk in it. 

    I am not surprised that it helps with psoriasis, because it helps with so many other issues.  Anybody that is suffering from psoriasis should consider CBD oil.  It is important to find the right dosage, because each person is different.  What works for one, may not work for another.

    Thanks for letting us know how CBD can help.


    • Thanks so much Lynn for sharing your experience with CBD oil, and I’m glad that you managed to find a supplier nearby, and more especially that it works well for your anxiety. The reason why it also works for psoriasis as well as for anxiety, it is because we know that someone who is prone to psoriasis and is also stressed and has anxiety attacks, will see his/her psoriasis reduce when lowering his/her stress and/or anxiety levels. Personally, when I am stressed over something, I tend to see my psoriasis reappearing.

      So, that’s right, CBD oil is a bit of a miracle cure and is used for a variety of health issues. As you say, it is important to find the right dosage and use a good quality and organic CBD oil, such as this one: Organic Hemp/CBD oil extract.

      I wish you the very best of health Lynn.


    • I totally agree with you Chris. Why are farmers allowed to grow carrots and not hemp? All it would need is to be controlled, right?

      Thanks for sharing your views.


  4. The most popular highlights of CBD cannabinoid are its anti-inflammatory action and its help in the immune system.
    Our bodies have their own internal endocannabinoid system with receptors that bind endocannabinoids.

    The endocannabinoid framework is likewise part of our skin. This implies endocannabinoid receptors can be found in our skin, giving CBD exceptional potential outcomes for helpful consequences for skin issues. These ends are bolstered by examines that show an incredible capability of phytocannabinoids in the battle against skin issues, for example, psoriasis.

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