What Does CBD Stand For?
CBD is an abbreviation of the word cannabidiol.
Cannabidiol is a cannabinoid.
Cannabinoids are a class of chemical compounds that behave in a similar fashion to neurotransmitters in the body.
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Ok, cannabinoids are similar to neurotransmitters but what do those do?
The cannabinoids don’t only exist in hemp, they also exist within the human body. All vertebrates produce cannabinoids. We refer to these cannabinoids found within the body as endocannabinoids.
These endocannabinoids share a similar structure to the cannabinoids found in hemp.
Therefore, they have the ability to act within the systems of the human body. The ECS exists throughout all 11 major physiological systems of the body and plays a major role in health.
What does the endocannabinoid system do?
First, it helps encourage the body’s systems to work together and in turn create homeostasis. To be clear, homeostasis is a state of balance.
The majority of health supplements work to return the body to a state of homeostasis. Subsequently, in this state, all of the body’s needs are met and it can function properly.
Because of CBD’s similarity to endocannabinoids, CBD can act as a supplement to the endocannabinoid system and help it and all other systems of the body reach homeostasis. As a result of this, many doctors and scientists believe that CBD holds promise in creating a radical shift in the way we view human health and wellness.
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