What is CBD & the Endocannabinoid system?

Before we take a look at what the Endocannabinoid system in your body was designed to
let’s first understand what CBD is.

Have you heard the buzz about CBD Oil making an impact in holistic alternative medicines?

CBD is a completely legal plant derived compound that falls outside the jurisdiction of the DEA’s controlled substances act. Unlike THC, CBD doesn’t have any psychoactive properties, therefore it’s become quite intriguing to those who wish to receive the medicinal benefits of marijuana without “Getting High”. Because CBD doesn’t contain any THC or psychoactive properties, it falls under the realm of the open market. According to multiple sources the CBD industry is set to reach 2.2 billion dollars by 2020. The reason for such a large market evaluation comes from the fact that CBD has a multitude of medicinal benefits, and does not harm the liver or kidney like most prescription medications. Now that we understand CBD is a non psychoactive medication used for various pain relief purposes, let’s unravel the Endocannabinoid system.

The Endocannabinoid system in our bodies is a system that exclusively interacts with THC and CBD. Years’ of reaearch have revealed that our bodies were designed to interact with cannabinoids like CBD- a profound discovery that continues to evolve and be studied. If the miraculous machine that is the human body comes with an Endocannabinoid system that acts as a receptor for CBD, then what are the implications of this discovery? Many scientists theorize that the human
body has adapted to cannabinoids like CBD in order to take advantage of their benefits and effects. How interesting is the human body! The Endocannabinoid system and CBD are involved in a grand interplay
between mother nature and humanity that’s inspiring the world to take a closer look at cannabinoids like CBD!