CBD Hemp Oil is considered to be a Super Food - it offers a complete spectrum of natural proteins, with all 20 amino acids used by the human body, including all eight essential amino acids. It contains the perfect ratio of omega fatty acids 3, 6 & 9. CBD Hemp has high levels of enzymes, fiber, vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, C, D, and E and is rich in essential minerals such as calcium, zinc, iron, magnesium, manganese, and phosphorus. CBD is packed full of natural carotenes, flavonoids, keytones, nitrogenous compounds and terpenes.
So How Can A Super Food Help Manage Pain? Watch the Video Below for the answer. The Answer is in the Video Below. GO TO MY WEBSITE FOR CBD MEDICAL STUDIES.
Let's start out with some simple facts. Pain affects everyone but some more severely. Here's a few quick factoids:
Phytocannabinoids in Cannabis Hemp Plant Work the Same on the Endocannabinoid System in the Body as Do the Endocannabinoids that are Manufactured by the Human body.
Phytocannabinoids are chemical compounds from the cannabis plant and endocannabinoids and they are manufactured inside the human body. Endocannabinoids circulate inside our Endocannabinoid System generating energy for the bodily functions that they represent. Research is being done since the first cannabinoid was discovered, THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), by Doctor Raphael Mechoulam over 50 years ago. Since then new endocannabinoids (in the body) and phytocannabinoids (in plants) have been named and discovered, most notably, CBD (cannobidiol), CBN, CBG and CBC. Cannabis has been used as an analgesic for pain for thousands of years in various cultures throughout the world. This video explains how the Endocannabinoid System in our bodies can potentially reduce pain in the central and peripheral nervous system (4) “Endocannabinoids are the body’s analgesic” . (5)
Isn't it interesting to note that individuals suffering from pain are seeking out treatment by marijuana on their own accord? Many are turning to CBD for pain relief. There are studies on CBD and pain but no spectacular accolades for the the whole sacred plant. THC and CBD work synergistically to regenerate the Endocannabinoid System that controls: our immune system, homeostasis, appetite, feelings of relaxation, metabolic functioning in the brain and all vital organs.
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Cannabis Use for Sciatica & Chronic Low Back Pain. BY VIOLA BRUGNATELLI · PUBLISHED JULY 19, 2016. Updated July 8, 2017. https://naturegoingsmart.com/cannabis-use-sciatica-low-back-pain/
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