CBD Isn’t the Fabled Elixir of Youth, But It’s a Lot Closer Than You’d Think

October 4, 2019 08:00:33

Eternal youth is one very attractive concept. Can you imagine just staying in your prime for not five or ten years, but forever? It’s a glorious dream that sadly will remain a dream. Age we must, but why not do it with style and grace?

Research has shown that CBD has anti-aging properties that could get you looking a whole lot younger than you are. You see, as you age free radicals build up in your cells. These are waste products that destroy cell membranes, making them vulnerable to decay and damage. That’s not all; they could even damage the most basic of building blocks, DNA. This gradual corruption and breakdown of cells is what causes the body to age, and CBD has properties that could slow down this process and take years off your skin. How so?

CBD can help counter free radical damage. We’ve already established how harmful free radicals are for your body. Free radical damage can be caused by anything from smoke and smog to what we eat and drink. The effects on the human body are diverse; first, free radical damage plays a significant role in aging, and you’ll see it most on your skin. Second, it can affect you internally, leading to diseases like heart disease, cancer, and dementia.

Free radicals aren’t indestructible though. Antioxidants work effectively against them, lessening, and even preventing their effects. CBD is a powerful antioxidant, and it can delay and counter the effects of free radical damage.

It can help reduce wrinkles. Growing older is great, wisdom and all that, but nothing is suckier than looking into a mirror and seeing what was once taut skin now sagging. It’s like a neon sign on your face screaming out, “I’m old!”

Remember those pesky free radicals? Well, your cells are continually rejuvenating themselves, and when free radicals build-up, they can’t do it properly anymore. This leads to weaker, drier, wrinkled skin. Applying CBD will prevent the build-up of these harmful free radicals, keeping your skin rejuvenated and wrinkle-free for a long time.

Aging doesn’t have to suck. With CBD, you’ll be able to counter the build-up of toxins that degrade your skin over time. However, like all drugs, due diligence has to be exercised before making a purchase. If you’re seeking a more youthful appearance through CBD, there are a variety of options available. Contact us today for your most suitable CBD options.

Experts can’t help but think that CBD companies like Plus Products Inc. (CSE: PLUS) (OTCQB: PLPRF) and Sugarmade Inc. (OTCQB: SGMD) still have a lot more to offer given the high rate at which new CBD offerings are being introduced in different markets.

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