Healthy Inside & Out: The Many Benefits of CBD Oil Use
CBD Oil has been particularly effective for illnesses and conditions such as (but not limited to) stress disorders, cancer, arthritis, migraines, PTSD, chronic pain, many neurological disorders, recovery after heart attack and much more. CBD Oil has also been extensively studied by the medical community worldwide since the early 60's and has no known negative side effects.
Most notably, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, the chief medical correspondent for CNN, created a multi-part documentary entitled “Weed”. Based upon his research, Dr. Gupta changed his official stance on the medical benefits of CBD derived from Hemp and Medical Marijuana. The documentary followed several stories on how CBD and Medical Marijuana had profound positive effects on patients suffering from pain, seizures, multiple sclerosis, etc.
Other notable scientists and researchers have published data on the many health benefits, including:
Dr. Ruth Gallily, professor emerita of immunology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, studied how a cannabis strain was rich in anti-inflammatory and anti-anxiety properties
Professor Mechoulam of Israel's Weizman Institute of Science, was instrumental in getting a medical marijuana farm to develop a high cannabidiol and low-to-no THC strain of cannabis.
Dr. David Bearman in his Huffington Post article chronicles the various studies of cannabidiol, how it’s metabolized, and its benefit for treating post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), chronic pain, epilepsy, and cancer treatments.
In 2015 the NIDA (National Institute on Drug Abuse) published an article that supports of Hemp Oil for:
Neuroprotective and anti-inflammatory effects
Analgesic (pain reduction) effects for ailments such as rheumatoid arthritis, cancer pain and other neuropathic pain
Treating substance use disorders
CBD Oil has been featured on these media outlets; as well as many other
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Endocannabinoid System the Steam Engine of the Body
Endocannabinoid system (ECS) is made of receptors, ligands, and enzymes that regulate central nervous and peripheral systems. The western medicine machine has recently acknowledge the existence of the ECS system; which is the most important system in the body to balance the chemistry and support the immune system.
What Are Cannabinoid Receptors?
Scientists have estimated that the endocannabinoid system evolved in primitive animals over 600 million years ago. Science has found that the ECS is in a multitude of species therefore shows that CBDs are essential to all for a healthy life.
There is an estimated twenty thousand scientific articles and continued studies by many countries are showing that CBDs are truly a vital component for overall health and supports fighting off diseases.
Cannabinoid receptors are found throughout the body on a celluar level in other words; every cell in the body has cannabinoid receptors. Stimulated cannabinoid receptors allows the body to work as designed; the body is designed to fix itself.
Endocannabinoid's Receptors are found throughout the body:
There are two known types of receptors - CB1 and CB2 with a possible third receptor. The ECS system works directly with the Endocrine and Lymphatic system to create homeostasis or balance to all the bodies chemistry on a cellular level; as well as at the insertion of different cell types. Many cells and organs have both CBD1 and CBD2 receptors which shows that it is vital to use a Full Spectrum CBD product.
CBD1 receptors are found:
Central Nervous System
CBD2 receptors are found:
Autophagy a process in which a cell sequesters part of its contents to be self-digested and recycled, is controlled by the Endocannabinoid system.
Cancer cells causing them to consume themselves in a programmed cellular suicide, these cells must have all the chemical requirements to consume itself.
To understand the Endocannabinoid system; is to understand the core chemistry of your bodies natural mechanism to promote good health and fighting disease naturally.
Cannabinoid receptors are found throughout the body on a cellular level in other words; every cell in the body has cannabinoid receptors. Stimulated cannabinoid receptors allows the body to work as designed; the body is designed to fix itself.
Cannabinoids can influence a person's relationship with the external environment such as; psychological behavioral patterns. CBDs can directly address neurogenesis, neuronal plasticity, focus, since of well being and mood stabilizing which can assist with deprogramming and managing old patterns of behavior to a more positive state of being.
Why Do We Need to Supplement CBD in Our Daily Diet?
Our bodies make a limited amount of Endocannabinoid’s. In modern society with unnatural diet, pollution and fast pace lifestyles; we need a daily dietary supplement to fully support our bodies. Prior to the US Government outlawing Hemp/Marijuana the use of CBDs were part of everyday life. Doctors prescribed CBD for a whole host of health issues, hemp was fed to animals and we ingested products from those animals and people often word make their own tea and add hemp to food.
Phytocannabinoids are plant substances that stimulate cannabinoid receptors. Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the most psychoactive and certainly the most famous of these substances. Cannabidiol (CBD) and cannabinol (CBN) are of great focus of many researchers, because both CBD and CBN have such a broad use throughout the rececptor system.
Most phytocannabinoids have been isolated from cannabis sativa, but other medical herbs, such as echinacea purpura, have been found to contain non-psychoactive cannabinoids as well.
Cannabinoids Properties Beyond the Receptor system:
Antioxidant properties from plants
Prevent free radical harm
Neutralize the harmful free radicals generated by UV rays,
Protecting the cells
Free radicals cause aging,
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.