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People love their outdoor activities, whether it be hiking and camping, gardening and landscaping, or just spending a day in the park or by the lake. Unfortunately, the downside to these activities is the possible exposure to the Poison Ivy plant. Let's learn more about how Poison ivy is contracted, spread, and how to relieve the uncomfortable symptoms.
The Poison Ivy plant contains an oily resin in its sap, stem, roots, and leaves called Urushiol. If you come into physical contact with Urushiol your body will issue an immune response to the toxic plant that may cause redness, blisters, itching, and swelling. The best way to prevent coming in contact with the plant is to wear protective clothing. If you think you may have been exposed to the plant, be sure to wash off affected area immediately. It is also important to wash any clothing, tools, equipment, and even pets if they have been exposed. Typically when affected, a rash will appear with in 12 to 48 hours and last for 2 to 3 weeks.
The Urushiol in Poison Ivy causes allergic reactions to the skin. The immune system send white blood cells to destroy the allergen. This exaggerated immune cells response is what will cause skin irritation. It is estimated that 50% to 70% of people are allergic to Urushiol.
CBD is one of over a hundred cannabinoids found in the industrial hemp plant. CBD is know for its anti-inflammatory properties which is what makes it such a great remedy for reducing the skin inflammation associated with Poison Ivy. CBD works with the bodies endocannabinoid system (ECS). CBD binds with various receptors in the ECS to deliver cannabinoids to the appropriate location. CBD is much different than marijuana which is derived from the cannabis plant, and which will induce a psycho-active or high feeling.
Recent studies have suggested that CBD may also have antimicrobial properties, which can be beneficial to harmful bacteria should a skin irritation become infected.
Palm Organix has two very powerful topical CBD products to help with skin irritation from Poison Ivy.
All of Palm Organix products are formulated with broad spectrum, THC Free CBD, that is sustainably farmed in the United States. Please note that full spectrum products do contain trace amounts of THC. Additionally, products containing only hemp oil, or hemp seed oil, do not contain any cannabinoids, including CBD.
Palm Organix CBD topical products are also great for soothing all types of skin irritations including Poison Ivy's close relatives, Poison Sumac and Poison Oak. Additionally CBD oil lotion can also help with pain relief and itching from bug bites, including flying insect bites, flea bites, and mosquito bites.
Topical CBD can be a great everyday body lotion for those with sensitive skin, atopic dermatitis, or to treat dry skin and flaky patches of skin.
Palm Organix CBD topicals are available for purchase direct from our website. All orders placed Monday through Friday before 12 pm EST are shipped the same day. Shipping is free on all orders, and every product is backed by a thirty day money back satisfaction guarantee. In addition to CBD creams and topicals, we carry a full line of CBD oils, CBD capsules, gummies, and even pet products. Please reach out to our friendly customer service team with any questions you may have regarding a specific product, dosage, or CBD in general.
Poison Ivy can cause a mild to severe allergic reaction to those who come in contact with it. It is best to wear a protective barrier if working or playing in plant filled or wooded areas. Poison Ivy can be contiguous if the Urushiol is spread from person to person, or even object to person. CBD lotions and topicals will not cure a Poison Ivy Rash, but they can be an effective way to treat the symptoms and provide significant improvement to the skin care of the effected area. Daily use of CBD topicals may help with many common skin conditions.
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