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Cannabinoid Signaling in the Skin: Therapeutic Potential of the "C(ut)annabinoid" System.

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Cannabinoid Signaling in the Skin: Therapeutic Potential of the "C(ut)annabinoid" System.

 

The current review aims to give an overview of the available skin–relevant endo– and phytocannabinoid literature with a special emphasis on the putative translational potential. PubMed, Molecules, 2019 Mar 6;24(5). (Also see Endocannabinoid System)

 

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This is great info thank you for sharing! I have had scleroderma for 13 years now. I’m 30 years of age. I am very active and have always been healthy. My main symptoms are internal(scar tissue in my sinuses and lungs, GERD, gluten intolerance and of course a delicate stomach). I have always had severe Raynaud’s phenomenon. Lately I have been having more skin issues, especially with thickening of the skin on my knees, elbows, spine and my forehead. 

 

CBD and THC edibles 5mg right before dinner daily has helped me significantly. I cannot begin to tell you my feeling of healing after years of constant struggle. 

 

I can now breathe better, sleep more sound and rejuvenate to make it through my daily life. 

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Hi Kalee,

 

Welcome to these forums!

 

I'm very pleased to hear that you've found a medication to help you so much and I do hope that it continues to work well for you.

 

Kind regards,


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