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CBD for Hair Re-Growth

By Amelia Fenner-Prowle | 12th May, 2021 in Conditions | 0 Comments

CBD for Hair Re-Growth
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Hair is a part of our body that we take very seriously. Unless the bald look is part of our style, we all love to have our hair looking lush and full, but unfortunately, some of us are just not genetically destined to have great hair. But there are options out there to combat hair loss and promote hair re-growth, CBD included.

CBD is a short term for Cannabidiol, a compound derived from Cannabis sativa. It is popularly known to be used in various conditions including inflammation, pain and anxiety etc. However, if you are exploring hair treatment options, you may have stumbled upon CBD Hair Treatments...

In this post, we explore what makes CBD so special in this department, and how it can help us reduce hair loss, prevent dry scalp and other hair issues like dermatitis, dandruff and psoriasis, which of course all affect hair re-growth

How does CBD help Hair Re-Growth?

Our hair length increases by an average of 6 inches every year. That is an average of ½ inch every month. As this happens, we also lose an average of 100 strands of hair every day. This is normal, but anything above this number negatively impacts our hair volume and can lead to hair thinning and eventual baldness.

CBD and Hair Loss

Provided there is a good balance between hair growth and hair loss, our hair growth will be just fine. Let us look at some basic ways our body maintains steady hair growth and how CBD may help.

 

Cortisol Levels

When we become stressed, our body releases cortisol in immense quantities. High levels of cortisol have been linked to sleep troubles, hair loss, etc. CBD has been shown to help reduce cortisol levels, therefore, hair loss can be reduced. 

A study on the inhibitory effects of Endo and Exocannabinoids on human hair follicle growth shows that applying and massaging CBD Oil into the hair and scalp reduces dryness and increases hair re-growth.

CBD and Blood Circulation

Just like other parts of our body, the hair follicles require glucose and nutrients for our hair to keep growing. Research has shown that CBD increases blood flow in the brain, carrying the required nutrients to hair follicles while removing harmful toxins and free radicals.

Thanks to the antioxidants: vitamin A, C, and E, the hair follicles are stimulated to make our hair grow faster, stronger and healthier, and even regrowth in areas that might have stopped growing previously.

CBD and Inflammation

Inflammation that lasts too long can have long-lasting effects on the skin and hair. Over long periods, inflammation of the scalp (due to conditions such as dermatitis, dandruff, psoriasis, etc.) can have serious effects on the growth and the health of hair. 

To stop the adverse effects, we must clear the inflammation and CBD is known for its anti-inflammatory properties. When CBD products such as CBD Oil are used, inflammation is reduced, and the oil can also reach the root of the hair to lubricate them. Also, our sebaceous gland can freely produce enough sebum to give us back that lush look we desire.

CBD and Hormonal Fluctuations

Women, especially during pregnancy and menopause, experience intense fluctuations in their hormone levels which causes hair loss. The case of these fluctuations leads to hair loss with statistics showing that one-third of women in the Untired States will, at some points, experience loss of hair. 

CBD is known to help us maintain homeostasis by binding to receptors in the Endocannabinoid System. CBD can help us reduce inflated hormonal levels, and in turn, may affect other physiological processes that are detrimental to our hair.


What is the best CBD for hair?

To get the optimum benefit of CBD properties for your hair, full-spectrum CBD Oil should be taken orally. Aside, or in addition, you can apply it directly to your scalp and your hair follicles for the stimulation of hair re-growth.


CBD Oil vs Hemp Seed Oil

CBD Oil and Hemp Seed Oil are often confused for one and another in the use for various conditions - hair growth included. However, they are completely different products. Whilst a good product as a carrier oil for CBD, hemp seed oil does not contain any CBD nor does it have any anti-inflammatory beneficial properties as does CBD Oil.

Conclusion

We all desire healthy hair, however, many factors affect our hair re-growth including dry scalp, inadequate cerebral blood flow, stress (free radical and anti-oxidants), hormonal fluctuations, inflammation, etc. 

CBD has anti-oxidative and anti-inflammatory properties that can help our hair regrowth by stimulating our hair follicles and increasing blood flow from the brain to the scalp. It can also counteract many of the conditions that can lead to hair loss, such as negative skin conditions and cortisol imbalances.

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Disclaimer:

The information on this website is not intended to replace traditional medical treatment, but is offered as additional, complementary information. There are many scientific studies and anecdotal reporting of the far reaching benefits of CBD Oil, and associated CBD products that we feel it is important to bring this information to our customers attention as part of our mission to educate, inform, and promote honest transparency. However, it is important to note that CBD Oil is not a registered medication, it is registered as a natural food supplement.

Alternative therapies should not be used as a substitute for a varied, nutritional and balanced lifestyle, or an alternative to prescribed medication. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, taking any prescription medication or are currently undergoing medical advice, please consult your doctor before use.

As with most medications, there is no guarantee of specific results from taking CBD, and results can vary from person to person. That said, we are confident in our CBD Oil and associated CBD products and would love to hear from you of your experiences with CBD.

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