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Just full of surprises our CBD Hemp Soaps in addition to tocopherol, contains another antioxidant, phytol. The effect of these antioxidants on the skin is to reduce what we see as signs of aging like wrinkles and dark spots. Soaps made with CBD hemp seed oil can help keep your skin looking youthful and tight. Did you know that CBD hemp seed oil also contains several fatty acids that promote skin health? One is linoleic acid (LA), which makes sure the skin has the right amount of sebum. Your body releases sebum to the surface of your skin to protect it, but too much causes oily skin and acne, while too little leaves it dry. The other fatty acid is gamma-linoleic acid (GLA). GLA is an anti-inflammatory agent. Inflammation is often the result of the immune system misfiring and targeting healthy tissue, including the skin. This can lead to problems like dermatitis, psoriasis, and eczema. GLA blocks the inflammation response, reducing these symptoms. It should also be noted that hemp seed oil is non-comedogenic, which means that even though it's an oil, it won't clog pores. Because of this it is ideal for use in skin care products and won't cause those with oily skin further problems.
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It's All About Dietary Antioxidants:
Did you know the free-radical theory of aging really lends itself to intervention. Compounds that prevent free-radical damage are known as antioxidants or "free-radical scavengers."
The body has several enzymes that prevent the damage induced by specific types of free radicals. For example, superoxide dismutase (SOD) prevents the damage caused by the toxic oxygen molecule know as superoxide. Catalase and glutathione peroxidase are two other antioxidant enzymes found in the human body. The level of antioxidant enzymes, as well as the level of dietary antioxidants such as beta-carotene, determines the life span of mammals. Human beings live longer than chimpanzees, cats, dogs, and many other mammals because we have a greater quantity of antioxidants within our cells. Some strains of mice live longer than other strains because they have higher levels of antioxidant enzymes. Presumably, the reason why some people outlive others is that they have higer levels of antioxidants in their cells.
This line of thinking is largely the reason many progressive-minded physicians recommend increasing the level of antioxidant mechanisms within cells.
It is unlikely that antioxidant enzyme levels within cells can be increased by taking antioxidant enzymes such as SOD and glutathione peroxidase orally. Human subjects who take a tablet containing SOD do not appear to increase the level of SOD in their blood or tissues. Enzyme levels may be increased, however, by taking other dietary antioxidants. Several studies in animals have demonstrated that dietary antioxidants can definately increase life expectancy. We are just beginning to see human evidence. What we do know now is that antioxidant nutrients reduce the risk of getting cancer, heart disease, and many diseases linked to aging, including cataracts, macular degeneration, and arthritis. Dietary antioxidants of extreme significance in life-extension include vitam C and E, selenium, beta-carotene, flavonoids, sulfur-containing amino acids, and coenzyme Q10. Not surprisingly, these same nutrients are also of extreme significance in cancer prevention, as aging and cancer share many common mechanisms. Perhaps the most important dietary antioxidants for longevity are carotene molecules. Carotene represent the most widespread group of naturally occurring pigments in plant life. For many people (physicians included), the term "carotene" is synonymous with "provitamin A," but only thirty to fifty of the more than four hundred carotenoids that have been characterized are believed to have vitamin A activity.
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Hormones & Herbal Solutions
Most of the health problems that are specific to women can be traced to their endless cycle of hormones. Some of us ride natural hormonal changes like crests a wave, while others feel more as though they are being pulled into the undertow! If you fall into the later group, keep in mind that you have plenty of company. In fact, estrogen, the name for the primary female hormone, comes from the Latinword oestrus, which means "frenzy" in English.
For those of you whose hormonal cycles drive you into a frenzy, I have good news: Alsomost every woman I know who has tried herbs and supportive nutrition gets some relief. And though natural remedies may involve some trial and error to discover which herbal formula works best for you, finding the right combination will help you move gracefully through most health problems specific to women, from monthly cycles to menopause. You must be patient, though...it may take a while before you begin to see real improvement.
Before plunging into an herbal healing program, you need to determine what is wrong. Your gynecologist or health care clinic can help you do this. You may even have a local clinic that specializes in female problems. If you discover that yours is a serious disorder, be sure to work on the treatment with a professional health care practitioner. Female hormones are indispensable... they help maintain physical and emotional well-being, as well as physical endurance and sex drive. If you alter their delicate balance, your body will let you know in a variety of ways. At times, hormonal problems can seem very complicated, since an increase in production of one hormone can lead to a decrease in others. This can place you on a hormonal seesaw! To make it even more puzzling, your hormone levels fluctuate throughout the month and even throughout the day.
Fortunately, herbs can help still the seesaw. While herbs do not contain the hormones found in our bodies, some of them do contain substances that influence our hormonal activity. How they do this is not completely understood...in fact, there is much that medical science still has to learn about hormones...but we do know that herbs sometimes mimic, activate or block natural hormonal activity. And some herbs make your body more or less sensitive to its own hormones.
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In the near future, we can foresee that many more people will experiment with herbal medicines for everyday ailments like coughs, colds, sore throats, menstrual problems, minor cuts, scrapes and burns. In such cases, natural herbal remedies may be as effective, no more expensive over-the-counter drugs.
Since herbs lose their essential oils, and thus their efficacy, over time, fresh is best. Whenever possible, shop for herbs in herb shops or in the busiest natural food shops. According to herbalists, you want to use herbs as close as possible to the time they were harvested.
The standard rule is that you should never buy more of an herb at one time than you will likely use in a year. Better yet, if you have easy access to an herb store, buy medicinal herbs in amounts that will be consumed within three months.
Of course, buying fresh herbs and mixing concoctions at home is trickier and more time consuming than buying prepackaged varieties of aloe, echinacea, ginkgo biloba and pepper-mint leaf, for example. But if you have the time and energy, you may find that growing your own fresh herbs will dramatically enhance your health.
Truth be told, few people know the actual strength of herbal remedies. One big problem in herbal medicine today is the lack of comparative standards. Three bottles of echinacea herbal extract, for instance, could have widely varying potency, yet exactly the same price leaving the consumer not knowing which is strongest or weakest.
Standardization of herbal products is a thorny issue because the natural foods and herb industries do not want to invite too much government influence of intervention. Nevertheless, consumers have a right to know what they are buying. You must rely on consumer research and a trustworthy vendor for advice on which brands have the best reputation for product quality. Or, of course, you can grow your own.
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