Cannabinoids in Plants and Humans

There is so much content circulating the internet pertaining to Cannabinoids. These compounds seem to have become mainstream news overnight. But is it fake news? Can these compounds be the medical therapy to treat a plethora of diseases, or is this snake oil at its finest? How could one plant be a gladiator to slaying off so many diseases? The answer is simple, yes. The explanation is slightly more involved but very easy to grasp. There are cannabinoids in plants and humans. Humans are biologically formatted with cannabinoids and cannabinoid receptors. This is why our bodies respond so well to plant-based cannabinoids as a medicine. Let's unfold the simplicity of cannabinoids as a therapy to take back your health.

1 The Plant

Cannabinoids are also found in other plants such as black pepper, rosemary, and cocoa beans. Cannabinoids are very import plant-based chemical compounds. Humans have been using these medicinal plants for thousands of years. While there are many cannabinoids in the plant species the most talked about is THC. The chemical compound in marijuana that gets you high. Here's the thing, you don't have to get high to reap the healing benefits. THC is only one of approximately 100 cannabinoids found in marijuana and hemp. CBD is rising in popularity because of its medicinal values without the psychoactive components of its sister cannabinoid THC. Cool stuff right? Wait, it gets more interesting...

2 Humans

Get this, plants aren't the only species on this green planet that produce cannabinoids. Other species produce cannabinoids as well. Humans produce cannabinoids in breast milk. The Cannabinoid in breast milk is called arachidonoylglycerol (2-AG). Recent studies are linking the effect of 2-GA to be similar to the effects of THC and CBD. Its believed to stimulate hunger, and then create calming effects in newborns. Sound familiar? So therein lies the secret to unlocking the gateway to healing. There are cannabinoids in plants and humans.

Because we biologically create our own endocannabinoids, the human body is built to receive and utilize these chemical compounds. Here’s how it works...

3 People & the Plant

You see, mammals, vertebrates, and invertebrates all have an endocannabinoid system (ECS). Part of the ECS within our human biology are CB1 and CB2 receptors. These receptors react with cannabinoids, both endocannabinoids (cannabinoids made within our bodies such as the ones found in breast milk) and cannabinoids that are plant-based. No wonder why humans have gravitated toward these cannabinoid-based plants as medicines since the age of time.

The endocannabinoid system found within the human body is critical to your health. This system controls all cellular balance within the human body. Not only cell function, and cell nutrition, but cell suicide. Which is very important in the studies of cancer. When human cells get sick (cancer) and don't properly kill themselves off (cell suicide), they continue to duplicate, splitting and replicating the diseased cells (spreading of cancer). While this is important information it goes off topic for this article. The importance to understand is the endocannabinoid system is detrimental to the human body in every cellular aspect. More importantly, we need to grasp the fact that cannabinoids in plants and humans are the foundation for keeping the ECS functioning properly.

Unfortunately being humans in this day and age we are bombarded with pesticides, antibiotics, pollution, nutrient deprived food options, STRESS...the list goes on...point of the comment...we fight against unhealthy elements daily. The consequence is a deficient endocannabinoid system. Simply put, our endocannabinoids cannot maintain healthy cell function. The normal cell life is compromised. When human cells misfire our entire hormonal structures run amuck making it impossible to stay healthy and ultimately pave the way for disease.

Fact: Cannabinoids in plants and humans.

Here's the most important takeaway from this article. Cannabinoids in plants and humans heal, balance, and maintain healthy cellular life cycles, in turn balancing our bodies so they can function properly. Cannabinoids found in hemp and marijuana help to repair the endocannabinoid system. The most important cannabinoid today is CBD. Because CBD works in your ECS, the system that is the foundation for the health of your entire body CBD is linked with the healing of many diseases. CBD is readily available, it heals, and it's non-psychoactive so anyone can use it.

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