CBD receptors in the body: How CBD can bring balance
- Cannabis, and CBD in general, is produced by our own body from the day we are born. CBD and the endocannabinoid system is responsible for providing balance and normal functioning of the body’s systems.
- More generally, cannabidiol (CBD) is a substance that prevents various diseases and malfunctions in everyday life.
It also has therapeutic properties in many diseases and there are testimonies of people who have been healed by using hemp oil.
All systems in our body have cannabidiol receptors as we can see below.
CBD oil can help in regulating vital processes of our body such as
temperature control, Ph, motor coordination, neuroprotection, pain control and appetite.
Diseases, on which CBD has a pharmacological effect
1. Chemotherapy side effects
Such as nausea and vomiting in multiple sclerosis and epilepsy.
2. Stress and anxiety
It helps with anorexia, glaucoma, asthma and convulsions. It also treats insomnia and memory loss.
3. Pain relief
CBD is also used to treat opiate and alcohol addiction, as well as rheumatism. It also supports bone health.
CBD has immunosuppressive, anti-inflammatory properties
It is antisecretory, antipsoriatic, antidiabetic, antibacterial, antiischemic, vasorelaxant, neuroprotective and antipsychotic.