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Hemp oil bath salt - Biokonopia

Name: Bath salt

Brand: Biokonopia

Quantity: 150g

CHF9.90
VAT included

Product:

This bath salt made from high quality hemp oil has natural emollient virtues and will soften your skin. It will give you all the benefits of natural substances.

Use: Add 2 to 3 tablespoons and allow the salt to dissolve. After bathing, rinse with fresh water.

Brand:

Biokonopia is a Jura company specialized in selling cannabis to the CBD and its derivatives.
Very attentive to the quality of the products offered Biokonopia offers a wide range of different varieties.

Our opinion:

To be tested without further delay!

New in the way cannabis is used...

Cannabinoids for topical use (for the skin) revolutionize the perception of the cannabis plant and restore its image by its benefits in mild medication. Are you still septic?..... Try one of the proposed preparations, you will be surprised!

 

What are cannabinoids for topical use?

This product category includes lotions, emulsions, balms and oils that will be applied and absorbed through the skin.

Topical application combines the benefits of cannabis with those of the product.

 

How do cannabinoids act on the dermis?

Cannabinoids bind to the network of receptors called CB2 that are present throughout the body. These internally generated receptors are activated by cannabis-derived compounds such as CBD, THC, also known as "phyto-cannabinoids". Acting only on the dermis without reaching the bloodstream, they have no psychotropic effect.

 

Are you a fan of soft medication?

Topical preparations are now recognized and used to relieve local or muscle pain, reduce inflammation and lower blood pressure.

Recent studies have shown that preparations combining cannabinoids administered topically and used regularly reduce or even eliminate psoriasis, dermatitis and other itching attacks. The soothing action of the preparations can also reduce headaches and cramps.

 

References :

- Challapalli PV, Stinchcomb AL. In vitro experiment optimization for measuring tetrahydrocannabinol skin permeation. Int J Pharm. 2002;241:329-39.

- Gaffal E, Cron M, Glodde N, Tuting T. Anti-inflammatory activity of topical THC in DNFB-mediated mouse allergic contact dermatitis independent of CB1 and CB2 receptors. Allergy 2013; 68: 994-1000.

- The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. (2007, August 17). Cannabis May Help Alleviate Allergic Skin Disease. ScienceDaily. Retrieved April 7, 2016 from www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/08/070816094649.htm

- Jorge LL, Feres CC, Teles VE. Topical preparations for pain relief: efficacy and patient adherence. Journal of Pain Research. 2011;4:11-24. doi:10.2147/JPR.S9492.

- Russo EB. Cannabinoids in the management of difficult to treat pain. Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management. 2008;4(1):245-259.