The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a complex network of receptors, enzymes, and endocannabinoids that play a crucial role in regulating various physiological processes, such as mood, appetite, pain sensation, and inflammation. Recent studies have shown that diet can significantly affect the ECS and its functioning. In this article, we will explore the link between diet […]
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People started cultivating and using hemp in 2,400 BC. Only in recent years has it been discovered how consuming hemp can affect the brain. Hemp and CBD affect the brain by interacting with the endocannabinoid system (ECS). This is a system in the brain designed to bind to cannabinoid molecules. Your diet may have a direct […]
Emotional Support, Endocannabinoid, Health, Inflammation, Pain
Can CBD Interfere With Anxiety Medication?
CBD can help with anxiety but it’s also important to make sure it won’t negatively interact with anything else you’re taking. Learn more. In the United States, 1 out of every 7 adults is using a CBD product. CBD has grown into a popular phenomenon that people use for many different ailments, including pain, sleep problems, or […]
Endocannabinoid, Health, Inflammation, Pain
Frequently Asked Questions About Using CBD Oil Cream for Pain
The CBD market just keeps on growing! By 2024, the industry is forecast to reach $20 billion in sales! CBD is available as oils, tinctures, little gummy bears, and even chocolate. Many CBD users are now turning to CBD oil cream for pain relief, too. Despite the uptick in sales, there’s still a lot of […]
CBD Uses, Endocannabinoid, Full Spectrum, General, Health, Inflammation, Pain
No Competition: safe and natural pain relief for athletes
Whether you’re a competitive athlete or simply enjoy a healthy dose of exercise, you know that pain is part of the game. From sore muscles, to the unfortunate sports injury, exercise can benefit the body as well as wear it down if you’re not careful. Protecting the body will allow you to keep going the […]
There are many misconceptions about CBD and it is important to note what it is and what it isn’t. CBD is derived from the hemp plant (cannabis sativa), which contains hundreds of naturally occurring compounds called cannabinoids.