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July 27, 2019



How does CBD Oil Work:

The endocannabinoid system has several different receptors throughout the body. The receptors are located in the nervous, respiratory, circulatory and digestive systems. Science identified CB1 and CB2 as two of the receptors in the endocannabinoid system. When cannabinoids interact with the receptors, neurons trigger and the body’s messages are passed and carried out in a variety of ways. These critical functions help us maintain homeostasis, a state of equilibrium in the body.

The Role of Cannabinoids –

Cannabinoids are called endocannabinoids when they are created from within. When they come from sources outside of the human body, they are known as phytocannabinoids. Phytocannabinoids and cannabinoids are often terms that are used interchangeably. CBD is a cannabinoid beneficial to our well-being in many ways. It has many different therapeutic uses that help reduce anxiety, ease muscle tension and boost cell function. Many people have used CBD to help rejuvenate their bodies, enjoying its powerful, non-psychoactive effects. Popular science informs us that out of over 100 known cannabinoids in the cannabis plant, THC is one that interacts naturally with our euphoria. From stress reduction to introspection, the psychoactive qualities of THC allow busy minds to slow and bodies to relax.

The Role of The CB1 Receptor –

Discovered in 1990, CB1 is located in the brain in areas like the hippo campus and cerebellum. CB1 receptors can also be found in the spleen, white blood cells, male and female reproductive organs. CB1 receptors help us with our memory processing, regulation of pain and our motor control. They help us feel euphoria and play a role in the anti-convulsive pathways that reduce seizures. When CB1 receptors are stimulated they effect circulation and the psyche.

Ever heard that it’s impossible to overdose on THC? That’s because our cardiovascular and respiratory functions are located in the area of the brain called the medulla oblongata and brain stem, which has no CB1 receptors at all. THC binds very closely with CB1 receptors, in contrast to CB2 receptors which doesn’t bond with.

In 1993, CB2 receptors were discovered. CB2 receptors are found in our tonsils, spleen and white blood cells. While CB1 receptors are located throughout the brain and body, CB2 receptors are mostly in or immune and gastrointestinal system. When they are found in the brain, there aren’t as dense as the CB1 receptors. When CB2 receptors are stimulated, they have the ability to reduce inflammation. This makes them valuable for pain reduction and the minimization of damage to tissues. Stimulated CB2 receptors benefit people with conditions like arthritis, IBS and Crohn’s disease.

Cannabinoids as Medicine –

The endocannabinoid system is rapidly becoming a great point of interest for scientists, medical professionals and researchers alike. It is a complex system which plays many vital roles in the human body. But the use of medicinal cannabis is still the most common way of targeting the endocannabinoid system medicinally. The exogenous cannabinoids, THC and CBD are known to produce a huge variety of therapeutic effects by interacting with the endocannabinoid system and are becoming a very commonly prescribed medicine across the world.

Cannabidiol is fast becoming the next most popular natural remedy for many maladies and illnesses. Better known as CBD Oil it is one of the 104 chemicals compounds known as cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. The THC is the main psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis and causes the sensation of getting “high” that is often associated with cannabis. However, unlike THC, the CBD is not psychoactive at all. This quality makes an very appealing option for those who are looking for  fast relive from pain and other symptoms without the mind-altering effects of cannabis THC.

Scientific research on CBD oil is ongoing and more and more elements of potential uses are being revealed on a daily basis with reports coming on the ever growing ability to relieving pain and suffering. There is still much more information that can be gleaned from the powerful herb

Though CBD is very well tolerated and considered safe  it is best to consult with your physician if you are on medication for any chronic illness to ensure that there are no potentially harmful interactions.

There are many aliments and illness that can be treated with this powerful oil:
Relieving of pain
Reduces anxiety and Depression
Cancer support-Anti-tumour effects
Assist with Addictions
Reducing Acne
Neuroprotective Properties
Heart Health
Diabetes Support
Anti-Inflammatory Benefits
Anti-Aging Benefits
Menstrual Cramps
Hair and Scalp Health