How Cannabidiol Works
Cannabis and, most importantly, cannabidiol, we would say that they ‘lock’ with our body and coordinate its functions
Cannabidiol enhances and strengthens endocannabinoids
Cannabidiol, or CBD, supplements and aids endocannabinoids, that are created by the body on its own:
- In order to be able to do their job more effectively.
- To regulate even more effectively all the functions of our body.
Cannabidiol acts as a primer for the human body
Our body creates its own cannabinoids, called endocannabinoids. Their goal is to help us maintain the unity of our body, what is called homeostasis. Homeostasis is the primary goal of the intracranial system.
Cannabidiol gives a protective shield to the body
How cannabidiol affects our body and how it communicates with our brain
The human body contains certain areas, called “cannabinoid receptor sites”, that are specifically designed to benefit the cannabinoids and, by extension, cannabidiol.
Cannabidiol, as we have mentioned, is the most beneficial cannabinoid and it allies with our body.
The CBD is called the “miracle compound”.
This is demonstrated by producing its effects by interacting with 2 specific receptors on the cells of the brain and body. These receptors are CB1 and CB2:
- The CB1 receptor is found mainly in our brain and nervous system but also in other organs of our body
- The CB2 receptor is mainly found in our immune system
CBD has the advantage of not binding to these receptors.
As a result, it does not produce addictive effects, it does not in any way act as a drug, it is completely non-psychoactive.
In simple terms, this means that cannabidiol (CBD):
- Keeps the receptors in optimum capacity
- It helps the function of all endocannabinoids that already exist in our body
- It completely shields our body and protects it
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