How CBD works on your body? — How can it help you?
Equalise the Endocannabinoid System
Scientist suspect most of CBD’s therapeutic effect are tied to the endocannabinoid system.
Our ECS plays a key role in shaping how we feel and experience life every day, it’s a complex network of receptors embedded throughout your body that influence pain, memory, stress, sleep, metabolism, immune and hormones.
So, how does CBD work to balance your ECS?
- Increasing your body’s natural levels of endocannabinoids.
- Modifying the shape of your endocannabinoid receptors so that they are harder to be overstimulated by excess endocannabinoid
Serotonin is considered your bodies ‘natural mood stabilizer,’ and scientists believe that CBD allows chemical receptors in the brain to respond more effectively to the Serotonin already in your system.
This response allows you to regulate your mood, happiness, focus, emotional stability and improve other bodily functions that also require Serotonin.
Scientific research is starting to highlight the vital (and damaging) role inflammation plays in a vast number of diseases, diabetes, pain, cardiovascular, muscles, tissues and so forth.
As CBD is fast becoming the leader in natural methods as it works to reduce the effect of inflammation, making drastic improvements to our overall health.
How does our body absorb CBD? — How long until it takes effect?
Like most supplements, the benefits of CBD are felt with regular and cumulative use. While many users feel a shift immediately, we recommend you allow 7-14 days of consistent dosing for it to take full effect.
*EXTRA NOTE – to improve Sublingual ingestion (under tongue) we suggest holding the drops under your tongue for 20-30 seconds before swallowing.
The Benefits Of CBD
Rigorous studies are still underway to determine the full scope and potential of CBD, however clinical trials have strongly suggested huge therapeutic potential.
So far, CBD is known to help you feel calmer and more balanced, lessen anxiety and stress, aid in regulating sleep cycles and a stronger sense of clarity.
With an increasing number of studies and success stories reaching the masses, it is likely that CBD oil will become a more readily available part of healthcare.