Becoming Yourself Again with CBD
CBD Health have recently seen a spike in usage in the health supplement industry. All though CBD has grown in popularity, many consumers are still left questioning, what exactly does CBD do? A quick google search of “CBD” doesn’t always do this natural, super food, health supplement justice, sometimes CBD can be miss defined by the internet and media, creating a cloud of misinformation on the benefits as well as the legality of CBD in the United States. We’re here to clear all the rumors up!
CBD which is short for Cannabidioil, made up of cannabinoids, it’s naturally found in the Hemp and Cannabis plant. It’s so natural its already in your body. I am a big advocate to sticking to the natural plan. CBD is so natural that we receive CBD, cannabinoids nutrients from our mother’s milk from the day we are born. This was discovered after over 30 years of research into the effects of the CB1 receptors and the development of the endocannabinoid system in new born, there has been a strong connection between baby’s ability to feed and the cannabinoids received from mother’s milk. Cannabinoids ability to adhere to fat make breast milk the perfect transfer method for cannabinoids to reach the baby. (https://www.kalapa-clinic.com/en/cannabinoids-in-breast-milk/#_ftn1) .This sort of transfer of cannabinoids have been taking place since the beginning of time and have made our bodies eager to take in cannabinoids to maintain overall health via the endocannabinoid system.
If it’s not broke, don’t fix it right? Well, over time your body naturally loses the protective barrier that helps regulate your endocannabinoid system. Therefore, your endocannabinoid system needs fixing! Introducing CBD back into your diet does exactly that, in the most natural way possible, through a super food vitamin (CBD) that has been introduced to your body since day one.
So, what’s so important about the Endocannabinoid system? The endocannabinoid system regulates almost every system in your body dispersing cannabinoids throughout the body to trigger CB receptors. CB1 receptors are abundant in the central nervous system. CB2 receptors are more often found on immune cells, in the gastrointestinal tract, and in the peripheral nervous system. (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18404144) The diversity of receptor locations shows just how important endocannabinoids are for day-to-day bodily function. (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18404144)
The disruption of the Cannabinoids from the endocannabinoids system to the CB receptors in diverse regions of the body are used to help regulate the follow:
• Appetite, digestion, hunger
• Motor control
• Immune function
• Reproduction and fertility
• Pleasure and reward
• Temperature regulation
From your neuro receptor, immune system, and nervous system, your body is loving CBD and wants more to help protect its cells to remain healthy. From the early years onto adulthood, the body relies on cannabinoids, the same ones that are found in CBD, to regulate almost every function of your body. So, do your body a favor, boost your cannabinoids intake with a healthy dose of CBD!
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Founder of Phoenix Tears Foundation