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Cannanda - CB2 Hemp Seed Oil

Cannanda - CB2 Hemp Seed Oil

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Info: 240 ml Bottle

Whether you're already taking cannabidiol products like CBD for medicinal purposes and would like to enhance their benefits, or if you're simply looking to nurture your endocannabinoid messenger system with some key constituents and activators from all-natural, completely legal, and non-intoxicating sources, CB2 Hemp Seed Oil is an excellent supplemental means of addressing endocannabinoid deficiency.

Info: 240 ml Bottle

Whether you're already taking cannabidiol products like CBD for medicinal purposes and would like to enhance their benefits, or if you're simply looking to nurture your endocannabinoid messenger system with some key constituents and activators from all-natural, completely legal, and non-intoxicating sources, CB2 Hemp Seed Oil is an excellent supplemental means of addressing endocannabinoid deficiency.

Product Notes:

The Endocannabinoid System

Although researchers have only really known about the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) for about thirty years now and there is much to be learned, it not only turns out vertebrates have a whole other bodily system in addition to the cardiovascular, digestive, lymphatic/immune, musculoskeletal, nervous, renal, respiratory, sensory, and other more well-known systems, but it also turns out that this ECS's primary function is to help regulate all those other systems by promoting homeostasis, for the sake of our overall wellness.

That is, in order to help us better adapt to ongoing changes brought about from external events, our own actions, and internal processes, the ECS tries to maintain relatively stable conditions within the body (such as our body temperature and our pH, blood pressure, hormone, and inflammation levels) by counteracting or balancing out some of the potentially harmful automatic responses of the other systems. It does so by using a complex array of messenger molecules; receptor sites; and enzymes to either synthesize or break down those messenger molecules; and by creating more receptor sites or 'down-regulating' or decommissioning some, if necessary.

CB1 & CB2

The two most well-known receptor sites it uses to achieve this are: CB1 (which are located mainly in the central nervous system and brain, where the activation can produce euphoric effects); and CB2 (which are found primarily in the immune system, gastrointestinal tract, and peripheral tissues, where the activation can produce anti-inflammatory, pain-relieving, and other effects).

And the two main and most well-known messenger molecules which interact with those, which our bodies can produce themselves (endogenously) on demand (assuming adequate amounts of their materials are available to them) are: anandamide (which this company is partly named after) and 2-arachidonoylglycerol (2-AG), respectively. And of course, the two similarly-shaped "phytocannabinoid" molecules derived from cannabis plants which turned out to be able to do the same things -- which is what led to the discovery of this system in the first place -- are THC and CBD, respectively.

But as just noted, it's not only the phytocannabinoids THC and CBD which can bind with or interact with the ECS's receptor sites: the endocannabinoids can, too; plus there are aromatic substances known as terpenes which are present not only in cannabis but also many other plants, and some of these -- most notably, Beta-caryophyllene -- can also selectively activate CB2 receptors, while others can either impart additional effects or modulate some of the unwanted effects of the main ECS activators.

Naturally Flavoured, Cold-Pressed, Filtered Hemp Seed Oil

This is where the CB2 Hemp Seed Oil fits in. First, the Hemp Seed Oil itself provides the very types of essential fatty acids your bodies can use to create more of its own endocannabinoids -- particularly the Omega-3s, which many diets are deficient in. Second, it also contains Cannanda's signature CB2 Wellness Blend, which not only has the capacity to directly activate CB2 receptors (unlike even CBD, which appears to have different mechanisms of action [it may either influence the shape of the cannabinoid receptors or inhibit the proteins that remove other types of endocannabinoids, to enable them to activate those receptors, instead]), but also has other cannabis-style terpenes (except derived from other plants), which collectively may be able to aid the immune system, protect the cardiovascular and nervous systems, and reduce anxiety, as well as help ease joint pain and reduce pain and inflammation.

Pet-Safe: Cannanda CB2 Hemp Seed Oil can also help address endocannabinoid deficiencies in dogs, and may help relieve their anxiety. Also see Cannanda's new line of Dog-Ease CB2 products.

CB2 Hemp Seed Oil Ingredients:

Organic Hemp seed oil plus Cannanda's proprietary CB2™ terpene blend.

Suggested Usage:

Take 1 to 2 tablespoons daily with meals. Start with half a tablespoon to start with, and slowly increase to your preferred dose.

Use raw and unheated. It can be consumed directly off the spoon, or try using it as a salad dressing. It can also be blended into smoothies/protein/green drinks, or any other healthy recipe that does not involve heat or cooking (or you can just stir it in to something you're about to eat if it has already cooled off).

This product is shelf-stable to begin with, but once opened, store in refrigerator and consume within 21 days.

Supporting Science:

Basu S, Dittel BN. "Unraveling the complexities of cannabinoid receptor 2 (CB2) immune regulation in health and disease." Immunol Res. 2011.

Gertsch J. "Anti-inflammatory cannabinoids in diet: Towards a better understanding of CB(2) receptor action?" Commun Integr Biol. 2008.

Gertsch J, Leonti M, Raduner S, et al. "Beta-caryophyllene is a dietary cannabinoid." Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 2008.

"The cannabinoid CB₂ receptor-selective phytocannabinoid beta-caryophyllene exerts analgesic effects in mouse models of inflammatory and neuropathic pain." Eur Neuropsychopharmacol. 2014 Apr.

McPartland JM, Guy GW, Di Marzo V. "Care and feeding of the endocannabinoid system: a systematic review of potential clinical interventions that upregulate the endocannabinoid system." PLoS One. 2014.

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