There are a list of health concerns that you can treat with medical weed.
- Anxiety, PTSD, depression, chronic pain and sleeping issues are just to name a few.
Unfortunately, at this point acne related concerns do not fall under the umbrella of medical cannabis qualified ailments. I really wish it was. My state only offers medical cannabis prescriptions. You cannot just go into a legal weed shop and get recreational cannabis. Since it is that way, I can’t treat my acne with CBD products. That is just awful. My skin is horrible and I look like I am going through puberty. I have tried clean and clear, neutrogena and proactive. I have washed pillow cases, done face masks and even consulted with a dermatologist. The next thing I want to do is try CBD products. CBD has been known to reduce inflammation, which means that acne will look less red. Also, CBD reduces the production of sebum which is the oil that clog pores and creates acne. There are tons of skincare cannabis products out there. The problem is that I am currently not qualified to have it. I have even thought about going to a state that offers recreational weed to just try out the skincare line. Will it work for me? I would hate to illegally mule over cannabis but it would be a cream! It also wouldn’t have any THC which is the part of the plant that gets you high. This hardly seems like a legal offense. Maybe my state will get it in gear and be more lax on medical marijuana.