Benefits of CBD and Endocannabinoid System

A recent scientific discovery has prompted a revolution which is bringing back the wisdom of an ancient plant and restoring balance in the human body. The discovery of receptors in our brain…


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  2. Thank you for a brilliant presentation … seriously great information put in a simple way. This will really help me with my up and coming event the most difficult part in this is changing peoples perception of this plant when people have been mis educated since the 1930's that propaganda was truly amazing. We need more people like you in this world! Thanks again. Clare Navas Founder of TLE #theleaftlc

  3. The human body consists of an endocannabinoid system similar to the CBD cannabinoid. This ECS system includes receptors that disperse throughout the central and the peripheral nervous system. The CB1 receptors are found in the central nervous system, kidney, liver, and lungs, whereas the CB2 receptors are found in the immune system and blood cells. These receptors have the potential to get activated by endocannabinoids derived from CBD also found in the human body.

  4. Excellent presentation Dr. Bean although it is quite outdated now. I wish you had put in a little something about the pitfalls of randomly selecting a CBD Oil supplier without doing some due diligence. A very good (and short) video by Dr. Oz can be found at: Please watch ALL of it and click on the 'show more' buttons! Another thing you could have mentioned is CBD-A, which is revolutionizing the industry. Of course it wasn't available when you did this video, but you could update your intro.

  5. Cannabidiol often abbreviated as CBD is one of the prominent cannabinoid compounds found in the cannabis plant. Highly known for its medicinal properties, this cannabinoid compound does not make you feel stoned. Derived from the Hemp Plant, CBD interacts with the regulatory system of the body to boost the processes and improve the bodily functions.

    It is recommended by many doctors and health care experts due to its intoxicating and therapeutic benefits. It is different from the THC cannabinoid as THC is responsible for causing a psychoactive effect on the user.

  6. Fish oil lowers inflammation/swelling and helps the immune system/brain. Grounding/astaxanthin lower swelling/inflammation/free radicals, but the dose needs to not be too high which hurts.

  7. Wonderful presentation – just don't sell to us the "evolution" propagana, please – it is not scientific – in fact it is the greatest lie ever told by the devil – just look at the complexitiy of one cell , organs, functions of the body and stay in awe before God! If you think that you are an accident of ramdom chemicals – you are simply refusing to accept the Truth and Your Creator, Your God and SAvior – my advise is to focus on the discoveries of the great creation of God – and to open your eyes and heart for God.

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  9. I'm using a high-end CBD to get off of opiates. Not a walk in the park , but WAY less hellish than if I wasn't taking it . Actually feels like I'm getting my life back . It works !

  10. Thank you for this information, the part about the absorption rate was very important and often missed when shopping for products containing CBD.

  11. Cannabinoids are fat soluble, meaning they break down and are stored in fat rather than water. Because of this trait, cannabinoids are most effective when consumed with fat, increasing their bioavailability. However, it appears that the type of fat matters.

    Saturated fats are important carriers for cannabinoids to be absorbed into the body. Coconut oil contains saturated fat at levels close to 80%, giving cannabinoids the fat cells it needs to move through the body, encouraging faster processing and use by the endocannabinoid system.

    Specifically, coconut oil contains medium-chain triglycerides or fatty acids. Using coconut oil or other products that contain medium-chain triglycerides (MCT oils) triggers a relatively rapid release of cannabinoids when compared to other oils because MCT oils are directly metabolized into energy by the liver. This means that your body can burn those fats and put them โ€“ and the cannabinoids they hold โ€“ to use right away.

  12. Do you have any input on the zilis ultracell brand? It's fairly new – about a year old. I've heard it's the #1 CBD oil right now. I joined thinking it was the best out there. As far as I am aware, it is the only CBD oil out there that has been tested by the Mayo clinic and has an absorption rate of up to 94%.. you mentioned the particular brand above having an absorption rate of 97 to 100%. Are they're any studies/tests out there that shows that? Thanks!

  13. Once again a Dr. Telling you that CBD oils are good for you. She's only saying that because she's getting paid to get people to use it, but let me tell u this, the FDA won't approve it because it causes stomach issues and heart palpitations, so if ur a follower go ahead and damage your body, and by the way you WILL fail drug test using cbd oil

  14. Hi .. I was doing extreme dieting.. jumping from one to another and exercising alot .. and working 12 hour days.. All of a sudden I became hypertyroid on my medication that i been on 30 plus yrs .. I developed a type of myapathy.. My body became very imbalanced.. Dr. trying to regulate my dose .. Taking months already .. still in much pain , hairloss and fatige.. Will this product help balance my thyroid hormones out? Thank you

  15. I love your explanation of the science! I feel I need CBD oils everyday now that I take it, I feel much better overall with pain and mood. If anyone is looking for a good brand I am a distributor. There is a HUGE market around CBD right now. You can find out more here==>>

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