PERFECTLY ALIGNED WITH YOUR BODY

Most of the questions we get asked about Hemp Extract (aka CBD) begin with, “WILL IT HELP…” and we must answer these questions the same way. 

As a result of FDA regulations, we are unable to make any claims that hemp can treat, cure, or prevent any illness, condition, or disease. That’s the official response.
  

WHAT WE CAN TELL YOU (and we believe it is very telling) is that hemp contains CANNABINOIDS (CBD is the most well known cannabinoid) that enhance or benefit the endocannabinoid system which helps regulate numerous processes in the body..  

THE HUMAN ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM

The most well known cannabinoid receptors, CB1 and CB2, are proteins that are embedded in the membrane of cells. These surface proteins are then attached to another protein that determines the signaling direction, activation, or inhibition.

CB1 Receptors are primarily found in the brain and central nervous system, and to a lessor extent in the other tissues.

CB2 Receptors are mostly in the peripheral organs, especially cells associated with the immune system.

Will Hemp Help?

If your discomforts lie within the areas of concern addressed below from the AHA definition of the Endocannabinoid System, there is a chance that hemp could be a beneficial supplement to add into your daily routine. 

The AHA (American Heart Association) notes the following about the Endocannabinoid System: 

Endocannabinoids are synthesized in the central nervous system and regulate pain perception, motor functions, control of tremor and spasticity, learning, memory, thermogenesis, regulation of weak/sleep cycles, axonal pathfinding, synaptic plasticity, emotional behavior, stress response, feeding and appetite, reproductive function, and sex behavior. Besides the brain, endocannabinoids can be synthesized and function in peripheral tissues eg, the heart, GI tract, blood cells, adipose tissue, muscle, liver and pancreas; where they influence inflammatory responses, platelet aggregation, blood pressure, heart rate, vasodilatation, and energy balance. Consequently, the endocannabinoid system is involved in many pathologies and can be correlated to neurodegenerative disorders, obesity, diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular disorders, cancer, and inflammatory processes. 

THE HUMAN ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM

The most well known cannabinoid receptors, CB1 and CB2, are proteins that are embedded in the membrane of cells. These surface proteins are then attached to another protein that determines the signaling direction, activation, or inhibition.

CB1

CB1 Receptors are primarily found in the brain and central nervous system, and to a lessor extent in the other tissues.

CB2

CB2 Receptors are mostly in the peripheral organs, especially cells associated with the immune system.

WILL HEMP HELP?

If your discomforts lie within the areas of concern addressed below from the AHA definition of the Endocannabinoid System, there is a chance that hemp could be a beneficial supplement to add into your daily routine. 


The AHA (American Heart Association) notes the following about the Endocannabinoid System: 

Endocannabinoids are synthesized in the central nervous system and regulate pain perception, motor functions, control of tremor and spasticity, learning, memory, thermogenesis, regulation of weak/sleep cycles, axonal pathfinding, synaptic plasticity, emotional behavior, stress response, feeding and appetite, reproductive function, and sex behavior. Besides the brain, endocannabinoids can be synthesized and function in peripheral tissues eg, the heart, GI tract, blood cells, adipose tissue, muscle, liver and pancreas; where they influence inflammatory responses, platelet aggregation, blood pressure, heart rate, vasodilatation, and energy balance. Consequently, the endocannabinoid system is involved in many pathologies and can be correlated to neurodegenerative disorders, obesity, diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular disorders, cancer, and inflammatory processes. 

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