Time to explain how rubbing topical cannabis oil into your skin cancer does work – thanks to all the queries out there. At Cannabis Network News, we suggest that you start treating your skin cancer with our pure Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid (THCA) cannabis oil and cannabis-infused topical balm. THCA is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in raw and live cannabis. It is closer to cannabidiol (CBD) in its healing qualities, than it is to tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).
And our popular Cannabalm is a cannabis based topical balm for the treatment of skin conditions, like tendonitis and melanoma. Rubbing this organic topical cannabis oil-based balm into your skin cancer does work as it also contains selected natural essential oils, including coconut oil, and beeswax.
Mutations occur in the DNA of skin cells which cause the cells to grow out of control and result in a mass of cancer cells. Skin cancer starts in the skin’s top layer, the epidermis. This thin layer offers a protective cover of skin cells that the body continually sheds. The epidermis comprises three main types of cells:
Much of the damage to DNA in skin cells is caused by ultraviolet radiation from sunlight and in tanning bed lights. But sun exposure does not explain skin cancers that develop on skin that is not ordinarily exposed to sunlight. So, other factors may contribute to the risk of skin cancer, such as exposure to toxic substances or having a condition that weakens the immune system. Skin cancer develops mainly on areas of sun-exposed skin, including the face, scalp, lips, ears, neck, arms, chest, and hands, and possibly on the legs of women.
But it can also form on areas that seldom see the light of day — such as the palms, underneath fingernails or toenails, and even on the genital area. Skin cancer affects people of all skin tones, including people with darker complexions. When melanoma arises in people with dark skin tones, it is more likely to occur in areas that are not normally exposed to the sun, like the palms of the hands and soles of the feet.
Researchers in America have recently found that chemical compounds called cannabinoids in cannabis do contain anti-inflammatory qualities. Used in a topical cream, these cannabinoids can successfully treat skin diseases such as psoriasis, eczema, dermatitis – and skin cancer. Listening to anecdotal evidence out there, it seems numerous people are using cannabis oil-infused topical creams to treat their skin cancer and other skin ailments. It appears that medical cannabinoids can be rubbed into the skin where they immediately enter the tissues and go straight to the part of the body needing healing or pain relief. Cannabis cannabinoids interact with CB2 pain regulators all over the body, stimulating the body’s own immune system to reduce inflammation and pain.
The best part about using topical cannabis oil on your skin is that it cannot make you high and the cannabinoids do not show up in urine samples. Our organic cannabis oil balm sorts out your pain if you apply it regularly and generously every four hours to the painful part of your body. If you are at risk of skin cancer, make sure you check your skin every few years. Start rubbing our topical cannabis oil into your skin cancer and show that it really does work. Or use it to prevent the onset of skin cancer as a healthy balm for after sun and skin dryness.
We would love to hear your stories about skin cancer and how you treated yourself using organic topical cannabis oil. Chat to us today and find out more about our cannabis oil products.