Episode 14: What you need to know about CBD Oil & Your Skin

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CBD has boomed in the US in recent years, but there is still a lot of confusion and misinformation about exactly what it is, and what it can do for our health. 

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Pamela Orth is the Partner and Director of Business Development at Restorative Botanicals, one of the leaders of certified organic supplements, oils, and foods. She has hands-on experience developing two skincare lines. Pamela is also very passionate about health and wellness, and trains people on the ins and outs of CBD and the endocannabinoid system.

In this exciting conversation, we delve into CBD and its uses for chronic skin rashes and overall wellness. 

Have you used CBD in your skincare protocol? Let us know in the comments!

 

In this episode

  • The difference between CBD and THC
  • Endocannabinoid receptors: what they are, and how CBD oil (an adaptogen) is connected 
  • Uses for CBD oil
  • How CBD could be a helpful addition to your skin protocol
  • The potential benefits of taking CBD orally in conjunction with applying it topically

 

Quotes

“CBD is one of the easiest and most accessible cannabinoid, or molecule, in the hemp plant. It is also found in the marijuana plant; it's found in artichokes, asparagus, arugula, etc. THC, the cannabinoid or the molecule that would get people high, is only found in the marijuana plant.” [1:58]

“Skin conditions can be eased and lessened with the use of a cannabinoid topically, and I firmly believe internally as well. You have to address things from both sides.” [13:12]

“To really gain the full benefit of any supplement or nutritional change, you need to do it from the inside out.” [18:17]

 

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“CBD is one of the easiest and most accessible cannabinoid, or molecule, in the hemp plant. It is also found in the marijuana plant; it's found in artichokes, asparagus, arugula, etc. THC, the cannabinoid or the molecule that would get people high, is only found in the marijuana plant.”


Jennifer Fugo

Jennifer Fugo, MS, CNS is an integrative Clinical Nutritionist and the founder of Skinterrupt. She works with women who are fed up with chronic gut and skin rash issues discover the root causes and create a plan to get them back to a fuller, richer life.


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