CBD & the Effect on the Endocannabinoid System

While I am omitting the finer scientific details on how this all works, I want to share the basics of the Endocannabinoid System (ECS or EC System) and the effects cannabinoids like CBD can have on this biological system. The EC System regulates the following body functions.

  • Appetite

  • Digestion

  • Immune function

  • Inflammation, including neuroinflammation

  • Mood

  • Energy regulation

  • Sleep

  • Reproduction/fertility

  • Motor control

  • Temperature regulation

  • Memory

  • Pain

  • Pleasure/rewar

 

Bottom line: The job of the EC System is to regulate the body and bring it back to homeostasis.

For example...

  • When you get too hot, you start to sweat.

  • When you get too cold, you shiver.

  • When you get hungry, your stomach growls.

  • When you get tired, you yawn.

 

If your body is unable to adjust to changes and effectively maintain homeostasis it will directly impact the likelihood that a disease will develop.

 

There are MANY different things that can cause your body to get outside of range but there is hope! Natural cannabinoids can help correct those imbalances and maintain homeostasis in your body. CBD is one of them!

 

Take a second to think about all the body functions the Endocannabinoid system regulates. How optimal is your body functioning in these areas right now? Does your body adjust quickly when out of range? Is there room for improvement?

Nature’s Ultra is the first to combine Young Living essential oils with their CBD Isolate.

 

By adding the terpenes found in essential oils to a pure CBD Isolate you are increasing the overall efficacy of the product.

 

That means that a SMART SPECTRUM product gives you a broader, more robust, purposeful terpene profile than CBD alone... which means more benefits for you! And guess what? You can combine other essential oils for EVEN MORE benefits.

Please keep in mind that I am not a doctor of any kind, nor am I a scientist. I am not prescribing or advising in any professional capacity. I am seeking to share the knowledge I have gained through research that can be found by you too. I strongly encourage you to continue to read and research for yourself.

Kuminski

Suzanne