Cannabinoids have demonstrated utility in the management of cancer, obesity, and neurologic disease. More recently, their immunosuppressive and anti-inflammatory properties have been identified for the treatment of several dermatologic conditions.
The CBD Gold rush has begun
CBD, the chemical found in hemp and marijuana plants, is showing up in shampoos, lattes, body oils, gummy bears and dog treats.
The wide-ranging potential of cannabinoids
The wide-ranging potential of cannabinoids to treat a variety of cancerous tumors and certain immunological and neoplastic diseases in a Dermatology Times article by Lissette Hilton.
Dermatology World Meeting News at the AAD Meeting
Dermatology World Meeting News at the AAD Meeting to discuss some of the recent advances in treating tumors and inflammatory skin diseases and what could be coming next, including the potential of cannabinoids to treat various diseases and conditions
Adam Friedman MD is interviewed by Health.com
Adam Friedman MD is interviewed by Health.com about possible skin-related benefits of CBD in an online article titled, “Do Cannabis Infused Beauty Products Actually Work? Everything You Need to Know” by Lisa Desantis
Beauty Not As Pain, But A Remedy For It
The pros and cons of using cannabis in skin cremes to relieve pain are found in the article, “Beauty Not As Pain, But A Remedy For It” in the BENEATH THE SURFACE section of BeautyIndependent