Why Hemp and CBD products are becoming so popular?
Hemp based products have always been used throughout human history. The first medical use of Hemp is reported in a Chinese Pharmacology treatise as far back as 2737 BC. In the last few years thanks to the changes in the US and European laws and regulations we are experiencing a renovated use of hemp based products. Universities all around the world in the last decades have studied and demonstrated the Hemp beneficial effects for the human body. This opening towards this amazing plant and its properties started a rush in the marketplace for hemp and especially for CBD products.
Is CBD legal?
CBD products are legal in most countries worldwide if they don't exceed 0.3% of THC . However, before buying any hemp based product check if in your own country CBD is legal and what the admissible THC level is. Fiorhe's products have no trace of THC as all our CBD products are obtained through the addition of pure CBD crystals extracted with supercritical CO2 method, therefore, the THC level is 0%. Also, Fiorhe complies with all the strict EU regulations and requirements for cosmetics. This guarantees our products are of the highest quality and safe to use. You can contact us to receive our lab test and documentation.
What CBD is used in cosmetic for?
CBD found a more considerable use for topical use products. Due to its properties, it is generally used for skin-care products such as body and face creams, oils, lip balm and the like. It finds its place for soap and bath products too.
Thanks to the advancements in skin-care products, today, there are quality CBD bundle deals having combined properties of CBD Oil and Hemp Cream to moisturize, nourish and invigorate your skin.
How do I use CBD oil for my skin?
Preferably in the evening, and after a good cleansing apply Fiorhe Lemon CBD oil on your face or body and massage gently till full absorption. Combine the treatment with Fiorhe Orange Hemp Body Cream. Apply it after the Fiorhe Lemon CBD Oil for doubling the welfare for your skin.
Definitions and Products
What is CBD?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is the second most prevalent bioactive constituent of the Cannabis sativa plant and is one of the over 80 cannabinoids that have been found in the plant. Originally isolated in 1940, CBD has been deeply studied in the last decade and it appears in over 1200 PubMed publications. Unlike the THC which is the psychoactive principle of Cannabis, Cannabidiol completely lacks psychoactivity.
What is THC?
Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), is the prevalent bioactive constituent of the Cannabis plant and is responsible for most of its psychological effects. Mostly consumed by smoking for recreational purposes, it’s also available in oils, edibles, tinctures, capsules, and more. It's ingestion results in sedation, euphoria, relaxation and loss of social inhibition. The intensity and duration of symptoms is proportional to the concentration of THC in the blood. In most countries worldwide any product containing more than 0.3% of THC is illegal. However, the European Medicine Agency (EMA) and the U.S. The Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) has started to approve some drugs that contain individual cannabinoids like THC. All Fiorhe products are THC free.
What is Phyto-Complex?
The phyto-complex is a chemical compound produced by plants. The cannabis sativa plant phyto-complex accounts for a big variety of chemical compounds, with over 400 chemical entities of which more than 80 of them are cannabinoids, some of them with opposing effects. The Phyto-complex advantage is the molecular synergism due to the combined effect of all the molecules. In fact a single molecule cannot reproduce the effect that the whole complex induces in the human body.
Fiorhe tries to use the whole Phyto-complex of the Cannabis plant, but due to the THC free requirement, this results impossible. Following the supercritical process needed for the CBD extraction our team carefully selects which chemicals to integrate in the products in order to obtain a more complete and holistic formula.
Hemp oil vs Hemp seed oil
Hemp oil is a generic term for CBD oil and usually contains the whole phyto-complex of the Cannabis Sativa plant.
On the other end, Hemp seed oil, as suggested by the name, comes from the cannabis seeds, and it is usually used as carrier oil.
What are the effects of CBD?
Under medical supervision and in some cases CBD is used globally for a variety of indications such as manage and treat the seizure disorders Lennox-Gastaut syndrome and Dravet syndrome. In numerous studies, CBD was able to reduce the number of seizures, and, in some cases, stop them altogether.
Studies, and research in humans, suggest CBD may also help with: Anxiety, Insomnia, Chronic pain and Addiction.
Other research identifies how CBD may inhibit inflammatory and neuropathic pain, which are difficult to treat.
What are the side effects of CBD?
Some of the most common side effects of CBD for edible products include tiredness, diarrheal, and a change in appetite or weight.
Contact dermatitis may be a side effect of skin cream, but study found that this can occur with any topical lotion, not just CBD skin creams. Some individuals may have concerns about the use of CBD in medications, and for this reason, we always suggest to consult your medical practitioner before using any type of CBD product in conjunction with any medication.
However, Fiorhe CBD products are THC free, therefore they will not make a person feel high or give THC related side effects.
How CBD works?
The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is present at essentially all levels of the anterolateral system, which is responsible for the perception and modulation of pain. In addition to its effects on the ECS, CBD interacts with other important signalling systems involved in the regulation of pain. The Endocannabinoid System is defined as the biological system that regulate a wide range of activities, including:
- appetite and digestion,
- chronic pain,
- inflammation and other immune system responses,
- learning and memory,
- motor control,
- cardiovascular system function,
- muscle formation,
- bone remodelling and growth,
- liver function,
- reproductive system function,
- skin and nerve function.
Uses and Benefits
If you’re hoping to reduce inflammation and relieve muscle and joint pain, a topical CBD-infused oil, lotion or cream may be the best option.
Due to its potential anti-inflammatory properties, CBD may be useful for treating many skin conditions too, including acne, eczema, and psoriasis.
CBD contains many compounds with oil-reducing, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties that may help improve acne. The study indicates that CBD can prevent sebocytes from creating too much sebum, therefore, counteract acne. The potential antibacterial and antifungal properties of the cannabis plant could help prevent acne due to infections on the skin. A 2019 study suggests that CBD may also be beneficial for treating the appearance of acne scars.
The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of CBD may help prevent the appearance of ageing in the skin.
Can I combine or replace my medication with CBD?
We always recommend discussing CBD with your doctor – especially if you’re already taking medication.
Can CBD be use to treat diseases?
Fiorhe's products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or mitigate any disease. Keep out of reach of children. Hemp or cannabidiol use while pregnant or nursing may be harmful. Consult your doctor before using if you are pregnant or nursing, have a medical condition or take pharmaceutical drugs. Take precaution when using multiple hemp or cannabidiol products at the same time or together.