How Does CBD Oil Work?

How does it work? 

It’s all about the Endocannabinoid System (ES). We all have one. And none of us can pronounce it. I know, it’s a mouthful. And this may sound a little like medical mumbo-jumbo, but hang with me. It actually makes a lot of sense.

The endocannabinoid system is one of the most important systems in the body when it comes to maintaining, even building, health. It’s a game changer in keeping everything balanced. Think of it like a tennis racket, without it, the ball doesn’t do what we want it to. With it, it interacts and makes it perform.

Your body produces endocannabinoids and these interact with the cannabinoid receptors throughout your body. You can increase the cannabinoids in your body with CBD oil. CBD oil works by indirectly impacting the various receptors, causing some sort of change. It activates or deactivates different receptors- all for a positive outcome.

Here is the technical stuff:  CB receptors exist on nerve fibers outside of the central nervous systems and communicate with the brain. Cannabinoids stimulate the receptors and this determines how you feel (or don’t feel) pain. But it isn’t just pain. CBD activates serotonin receptors, there are linked to anxiety and depression, even OCD. Now, CBD activates some receptors, which are linked to pain and inflammation. On the flipside, CBD actually works to deactivate other receptors, which are associated with conditions like osteoporosis. 

Awesome, right?

Now, let’s dive a little deeper and see how it began.

The hemp plant contains many compounds that have been discoved to do amazing things to the human body. The most well known, of course, is CBD, or cannabinoid. CBD is also found in marijuana, as a matter of fact, most of the benefits of marijuana are actually due to the CBD portion of the plant. As you know, the best part about hemp is that is doesn’t have THC, the psychoactive component. So, since hemp has all the good stuff and not the illegal stuff, it can do wonders for your body.

CBD’s most far-reaching health effect may be its anti-inflammatory properties. And not just in a knee or hip joint, but throughout the body, including the central nervous system and the brain, says Joseph Maroon, M.D., a clinical professor of neurological surgery at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, who has investigated the link. In a 2018 review, he and colleagues said such effects could possibly reduce anxiety, depression, seizures, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and even benefit people who have had a concussion.

The best studies of CBD so far have been in the area of seizures, and the results were strong enough that last year the Food and Drug Administration approved a prescription version of CBD, called Epidiolex.

The survey also provides some support for CBD’s possible health benefits. Almost three-quarters of people who took CBD said it was at least moderately effective for the main reason they took it, with 48 percent of them saying it was very or extremely effective.

And CBD seemed to work well for some of the most common problems, including easing stress and joint pain, and improving sleep. The survey also suggests that side effects are uncommon; almost three-quarters said they had no side effects at all! Can you imagine treating all of these issues with NO SIDE EFFECTS?

  • a healthy nervous system
  • proper cell growth for the skin
  • healthy whole-body neuromuscular interactions
  • supports a healthy muscular system
  • joint health 
  • a healthy inflammatory response
  • mental health
  • emotional health
  • healthy sleep habits

And more. Researchers are continually finding new ways that CBD can help treat issues in the body. It almost seems too good to be true, right? Guess what? It’s all true. Coming to you live, from Mother Earth! Just click below to find organically produced, pure CBD oil.

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