IDUN CBD moisturizer. Obtained from cannabis without THC and with the full effect of hydrated cannabidiol, this skin cream with an optimal impact on the skin. Vegan.
IDUN is one of the CBD skincare products by Nordic Oil. Developed in Scandinavia, this skin cream has been designed with respect to the composition to use purely natural and endogenous active ingredients. Combined with CBD from the female cannabis plant, this unique moisturizing cream or moisturizing skin cream has been created and can optimally supply the skin.
Cannabis is commonly referred to as a banned drug, but that is purely the intoxicating part of hemp – the THC of hemp bloom. However, hemp can do much more and has accompanied man for millennia. For example, hemp was an existential component of clothing before it switched to cotton. The same applies to its impressive benefits for the human organism. Recognizing hemp’s healthy effect is the object of extensive research; hemp is also rediscovered through this research. The topic here concerns cannabidiol obtained from hemp, or simply CBD for short – WITHOUT the intoxicating THC effect!Click here for a personal CBD check with 10 questions
What is CBD? What is the effect of cannabidiol?
This question is currently not very easy to answer. Basically, the results available so far are promising and the effect of CBD is confirmed in many ways. Cannabidiol (CBD) is a barely-psychoactive cannabinoid of female hemp. From a medical point of view, the anticonvulsant, anti-inflammatory, anxiolytic effect of CBD is known today and it also helps with nausea. Other pharmacological effects, such as an antipsychotic effect, however, are still being explored. In any case, CBD continues to question science.
How can the CBD molecule affect so many different parts of the body? And why does this substance cause partly contradictory effects (such as improving sleep quality and at the same time optimizing wakefulness)? In summary, these questions are often answered by the adaptogenic (= adaptive or modulating) effect of CBD.
Maybe that’s why CBD is not so easy to detect medically as the human body can produce cannabinoids themselves, called endocannabinoids, and these are of particular importance in the neural network. Meanwhile, a team of scientists from brain research could typify this substance as a messenger. A messenger that is even able to mimic the intoxicating effects of THC. At this point, it raises the interesting question of how it can be that a natural substance that even the human body can simulate is prohibited by the Narcotic Substance Act, but alcohol is legal despite all harmful effects. Of course – not every question needs a comprehensible answer.
In the course of the Health Claims Regulation, we must appeal to the possible form regarding the healthy effects of CBD on the human body. CBD can have a positive effect on the human nervous system and have a supporting effect here.
CBD as a messenger for the human nervous system
To understand the functional principle of CBD, it is helpful to think of the organism as a multitude of complex systems, all communicating and interacting with each other. The interconnected network of these systems is the nervous system with its neurotransmitters. These are messenger substances and serve to forward the signals from one cell to the next. CBD is a special form of this transmitter. Examples of systems associated with the nervous system are:
- Immune system
- Endocrine system
- Cardiovascular system
- Respiratory system
- and many more
CBD in the IDUN moisturizer for the skin creates something special
IDUN is a one-of-a-kind moisturizing cream. Designed as a 100% natural skin cream, it has been designed exclusively with natural and endogenous ingredients, supplemented with 100 mg of CBD (cannabidiol). This provides optimal hydration and skin care. The liposomal formula of the IDUN moisturizer for the skin allows efficient absorption of active ingredients and provides the skin with valuable oils without fatiguing the skin.
The CBD processed in this skin cream comes from controlled organic cultivation in Scandinavia. As far as the cultivation of the hemp plants is concerned, we pay close attention to quality.
- Hemp plants are organically grown
- No genetic engineering (GMO-free production)
- No chemical fertilizers
- No growth hormones
A pack of IDUN moisturizer for the skin contains 50 ml. Vegan.
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How to correctly the IDUN moisturizer with CBD by Nordic Oil
Store in a cool and dry place and protect from direct sunlight.
Applying the IDUN skin cream for optimal effect
Use cream for facial care and body care.
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The active ingredients in the IDUN moisturizer for the skin with CBD
The effective ingredients of the IDUN hydrating skin cream from Nordic Oil are:
CBD possesses a broad spectrum of effective mechanisms for care and against many skin diseases. It is anti-inflammatory and an effective antioxidant. CBD uses the body’s own cannabinoid system, which regulates, among other things, the renewal of skin cells. It counteracts skin redness and irritation, regulates sebum production, prevents inflammation of the sebaceous glands, promotes wound healing and optimizes the skin’s protective film. Learn more about CBD here.
Urea is an endogenous substance that softens and softens corneal components and helps to remove dead skin dandruff. It also has a regulatory effect on skin moisture.
Panthenol is also known as dexpanthenol or provitamin B5.
It is an important component of coenzyme A and thus plays the central role in the metabolism and regeneration of skin cells. Panthenol is used to treat wounds and relieve itching, it has an anti-inflammatory effect and helps the skin to retain moisture.
Ceramide is both a water and a fatty molecule, as the cells of the uppermost layer of the skin produce it. With this function, it is significantly involved in the construction of the hydrolipid film, the protective barrier of the skin and counteracts their dehydration.
Magnesium chloride is a natural constituent of sea salt and in salt lakes, e.g. much more strongly represented in the Dead Sea than sodium chloride (saline). It is precisely this magnesium salt that gives seawater such a positive effect on the appearance of the skin. The transdermal absorption of magnesium ions via this salt is significantly more efficient than the intake of many dietary supplements. It is believed that magnesium ions and water enter the body through the sweat pores of the skin. This magnesium chloride provides the skin not only optimally moisturizing but the whole organism with valuable magnesium, which has a decompressive effect on the (skin) musculature. A relaxed hydrated skin thanks to the healing power of the seas.
Lactate / Lactic acid is produced by the body and also serves to adjust the skin-neutral pH of about 5.5. This slightly acidic environment contributes to the natural protection against bacteria and pathogens. In addition, lactic acid, similar to the urea contained in the Idun, helps to bind moisture and soften the skin.
Potassium ascorbate is a salt of ascorbic acid, therefore, a vitamin C derivative, which is easily accessible in this form of the skin. Vitamin C is needed primarily for collagen formation and as an antioxidant for protection against free radicals. These aggressive molecules are permanently formed both in the organism and in our environment (for example, by UV radiation). They are the cause of unwanted reactions in the body and are the main cause of aging, wrinkling, and irritation of the skin. Antioxidants such as vitamin C effectively counteract these processes.
L-arginine and L-serine are amino acids used in the production of many structural proteins of the skin, such as collagen, among others. Arginine is also an effective way to improve the circulation and supply to the skin and supports the regeneration of healthy skin cells. Serine promotes the binding of moisture in and on the skin.
Liposomes are small vesicles (= bubbles) that are structurally identical to the cell membrane. They make it easier for Idun to release the active substance through the protective barrier of the skin into the cell and to ensure an optimal supply of both water- and fat-containing components. The combination of these two components forms the protective film of the skin (= hydrolipid film). Thus, liposomes provide a rich supply and skin protection – without leaving a greasy film.