CBD Cream for Psoriasis

With the CBD Boom over recent years all of the headlines point to the healing powers of cannabidiol (CBD)—one of more than 80 chemical compounds in the cannabis plant—it’s natural to wonder about CBD Cream for Psoriasis and similar skin conditions.

The CBD Cream cosmetics market has exploded during 2021 and many consumers are turning to this wonderous product for various skin conditions. While there’s anecdotal evidence that CBD, with its far-ranging anti-inflammatory properties, can help treat this autoimmune disease affecting some 7.5 million Americans, studies to date remain inconclusive.

This isn’t to say that CBD shouldn’t be considered as an additional treatment option for psoriasis patients who experience plaque psoriasis—which causes dry and red skin lesions (or plaques) covered with silvery scales on body areas such as the back of the elbows or over the kneecaps. Even though thorough human studies of psoriasis have not yet been undertaken there are thousands of consumers worldwide using CBD for Psoriasis and there is no wonder why due to CBD studies on inflammatory issues.

In the clinical opinion of Adam Friedman, MD, the emerging use of cannabinoids in dermatology is a trend that’s here to stay.

“There’s no question in my mind about that. Don’t play catch-up; be at the forefront, because at a minimum your patients are going to ask you about this,” he said in a video presentation during a virtual meeting held by the George Washington University department of dermatology.

In 2018, officials at Health Canada reviewed literature and international reviews regarding the effects of cannabis and cannabinoids and published a free downloadable guide for health care professionals. “In the book, dermatology doesn’t have its own section,” said Dr. Friedman, professor and interim chair of dermatology at George Washington University, Washington. “It falls under inflammation and makes up four paragraphs of the entire book, which is weird, given that if you survey the dispensaries in Canada, the majority of them led in with dermatologic indications, many of which are completely unsubstantiated.”

In the United States, a recent survey of 531 dermatologists led by Elizabeth S. Robinson, MD, of George Washington University, found that 55% reported at least one patient-initiated discussion about cannabinoids in the last year (J Drugs Dermatol. 2018;17[2]:1273-8).

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