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The safety and efficacy of 3% Cannabis seeds extract cream for reduction of human cheek skin sebum and erythema content.

  title={The safety and efficacy of 3\% Cannabis seeds extract cream for reduction of human cheek skin sebum and erythema content.},
  author={Atif Ibrahim Ali and Naveed Akhtar},
  journal={Pakistan journal of pharmaceutical sciences},
  volume={28 4},
  • A. Ali, N. Akhtar
  • Published 1 July 2015
  • Medicine
  • Pakistan journal of pharmaceutical sciences
Escalated sebum fabrication is seen with an unattractive look and adds to the growth of acne. [] Key Method For this purpose, base plus 3% Cannabis seeds extract and base (control) were prepared for single blinded and comparative study. Healthy males were instructed to apply the base plus 3% Cannabis seeds extract and base twice a day to their cheeks for 12 weeks. Adverse events were observed to determine skin irritation.

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