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CBD...what?

I was just reading about receptors CB1 and CB2. CB1 is mostly found in the brain and THC causes the CB1 receptors to "over-stimulate". This can cause psychological effects like getting 'high' or 'paranoid'. Who Knew?

Question of the day.

"What hormone can be released, known to cause 'the munchies'?"

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Unknown member
Oct 19, 2021

Cannabidiol...some scientists believe it will revolutionize medicine as we know it! I ask, "isn't it already?" Just look how far we've come. I am amazed as I research this subject at just how connected we are with nature. Our Endocannabinoid System, which is crucial to maintaining and regulating Homeostasis, has a readily available fuel source in Cannabinoids. Almost like a plan or something, lol. Studies are underway to discover if a 'disrupted' ECS could be related to diabetes, high blood pressure, liver disease, migraines and more. We already know CBD works amazingly as an anticonvulsant, preventing seizures, and as therapy for epilepsy.

I would love to hear some stories, success' and failures.

#themindfulwhole #cbd #hemp #mindfulness #holistichealth

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Unknown member
Oct 15, 2021

I've heard it may be that CBD/THC combinations are preferable. This is due to the "entourage effect', which is a theory that cannabinoids are more efficient when working together. What are your thoughts or results?

#cbd #hemp #hempoil #cbdoil #holistichealth #naturalhealing

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Unknown member
Oct 15, 2021

The answer is...the hormone ghrelin.

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Unknown member
Oct 11, 2021

I'm reading about the Endocannabinoid System, only re-discovered in the 1990's. How crazy is that? Dr. Dustin Sulak says, "ECS is perhaps the most important physiological system involved in establishing and maintaining human health."

What are your thoughts?

#cbd #hemp #holistichealth #mindfulness #healthyliving

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