How CBD Activates the Endocannabinoid System
Did you know humans and animals have endocannabinoid systems inside their bodies? This system was only discovered by researchers 30 years ago, and research is still being conducted today.
The endocannabinoid system is a cell signaling system in which signals are created by cannabis receptors binding with endocannabinoids. There are two main receptors in the endocannabinoid system: CB1 receptors and CB2 receptors. These receptors are located throughout the body, including in the brain and immune system.
Vital to regulating the body and keeping it at homeostasis, the endocannabinoid system has many roles. It influences pain, stress and anxiety, mood, sleep, appetite, brain function, and digestion.
CBD and the Endocannabinoid System
The hemp plant contains more than 100 different cannabinoids. Each can bind to the receptors in the endocannabinoid system, creating various effects that are beneficial for many ailments.
CBD is one of the most popular and well-known cannabinoids from the hemp plant. It can bind to the CB1 and CB2 receptors and produce effects throughout the body. If you’ve never used CBD or THC products, your endocannabinoid system likely isn’t activated. After you ingest or smoke CBD or THC, the cannabinoids start binding to receptors. Once this happens, the endocannabinoid system is activated and can balance the body and provide relief from ailments.
When cannabinoids bind to receptors, it’s more beneficial than you might think. CBD can reduce inflammation and overall pain, relieve stomach issues and digestive problems, provide immune system support, reduce stress and anxiety, support healthy blood pressure, nurture the brain, and more. And as additional CBD research is being conducted, many different forms of CBD are available for purchase.
Each form has its own benefits. For example, CBD gummies are beneficial for sleep, as well as reducing stress and anxiety. Depending on the strength, they can make you sleepy due to the way in which our bodies break down edibles. This is why many people use edible forms of CBD for sleep.
Smoking CBD can also be beneficial for stress and anxiety. It can support mood, stimulate appetite, and more. Inhaling CBD is the fastest way to relieve stress and anxiety because cannabinoids bind almost instantly with receptors.
Research has revealed that CBD affects everyone differently because of differences in our body chemistry. Each person’s ideal dosage will differ. If two people are suffering from inflammation in the same area of the body, one may need 10 milligrams of CBD to find relief, whereas the other may need 100 milligrams. Our bodies break down cannabinoids differently.
Our CBD Products and the Endocannabinoid System
As CBD gains popularity in the United States, we’re beginning to see CBD everywhere! However, not all CBD is high quality, so you may be wasting your money purchasing it.
At Burman’s, each CBD product we carry is third-party lab tested and formulated with the highest quality ingredients. We stand behind our products and formulations and the overall health of our loyal customers.
Here are a few of our most popular CBD products:
EndoCure CBD Oils
EndoCure Full-Spectrum CBD oils have been a customer favorite for more than five years. Burman’s EndoCure CBD oils are extracted from Colorado-grown hemp. They contain less than 0.3 percent THC and are CO2 extracted and third-party lab tested to ensure the potency and safety of the product for our customers.
Many customers have found relief using our oils for inflammation, stress and anxiety, sleep, and headaches. EndoCure CBD oils are placed directly under the tongue, which helps the CBD cross the blood-brain barrier almost instantly. But since everyone’s body chemistry is slightly different, the time it takes to see results may vary. Consistency is key—CBD oils work best when used two to three times per day rather than on an as-needed basis.
EndoCure CBD oils are currently available in three different strengths: 500 milligrams, 1,000 milligrams and 2,000 milligrams. They come in four flavors including mint chocolate, tropical mango, and blood orange, as well as an unflavored version.
If you’re looking for a way to balance your whole body, EndoCure Full-Spectrum CBD oils may be exactly what you’re looking for.
EndoCure Pain Salves
EndoCure pain salves are full-spectrum CBD salves that are CO2-extracted from Colorado-grown hemp. They’re third-party lab tested to ensure potency, quality, and safety for customers.
The pain salves contain trace amounts of THC (0.3 percent THC), but because the creams don’t cross the blood-brain barrier, the THC doesn’t get inside of your system. It works from the inside to relieve pain.
EndoCure CBD pain salves provide incredible pain relief and help with muscle aches, sciatica pain, nerve pain and more. Some people even rub some of the CBD salve onto their temples for headache relief.
Our pain salves are available in two different strengths: 500 milligrams and 1,000 milligrams.
EndoCure CBD Softgels
EndoCure CBD softgels are one of the newest products in the EndoCure line. EndoCure CBD softgels contain 25 milligrams of full-spectrum CBD per softgel—a total of 750 milligrams of CBD in the bottle.
CBD softgels are easier to consume than liquid tinctures because you simply swallow a pill and go on with your day. You’ll also feel the effects faster than with a tincture. The liquid-filled softgels are made from superior-sourced hemp extract with 25 milligrams of CBD per dosage.
The softgels create better absorption assimilation of the cannabinoids into your endocannabinoid system. This helps the body return to homeostasis.
If you want a quick, convenient way to relieve pain and return the body to its natural state, check out EndoCure CBD softgels.
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