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Endocannabinoid Deficiency May Be Treated With Cannabinoids

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There may be “excellent medical benefits” to the right combination of cannabinoids binding to the naturally occurring cannabinoid receptors in our Endocannabinoid System (ECS).


Researchers and professionals in the medical industry have recently learned of a condition called “endocannabinoid deficiency”.  What they have found is that a shortage of endocannabinoids in one’s body can cause the nervous system and immune system to have issues – resulting in pain and inflammation.  Endocannabinoids are the essential substances that our bodies make naturally to stimulate the CB1 and CB2 receptors of the ECS.  Cannabinoids are molecules that are found in cannabis, that can bind to receptors in our body (CB1 and CB2 receptors).


The CB2 receptors in our bodies have an ‘attraction’ to the cannabinoid CBD – products high in CBD will flood the CB2 receptors.  These CB2 receptors are located within the immune system, including in the thymus gland, spleen, and tonsils.  These receptors are also prevalent in the gastrointestinal system – it appears that when the ECS has access to supplemental cannabinoids, that patients who suffer from gastrointestinal issues (like Crohn’s disease and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)), find relief with the use of cannabinoids found in cannabis or high-CBD hemp strains.


Finding a high-ratio CBD product is one of the keys in experimenting with cannabinoids to see if they can truly be of benefit for one’s health and wellness.  That’s Natural!, powered by Whole Hemp Company, has a proprietary, genetically superior strain of hemp (legal to purchase and sell in all 50 States) that has a CBD:THC ratio of 60:1 – one of the highest in the industry.


When researching CBD products, remember to ask these four critical questions to protect yourself.  Pure. Potent. Trusted – That’s Natural!


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