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Original Source: How does CBD work in the Human Body?

CBD can be termed a ‘miracle drug’ as researchers have credited the product for its ability to control seizures, suppress cancer growth, protect the brain after stroke, and slow the progression of Alzheimer’s. If a drug could do all this, it sure is a wondrous drug.

The public curiosity in Cannabidiol is sky-high, and Google search results are enough to prove that. Cannabis-derived medicine, the miracle drug, got FDA approval to treat certain medical conditions.

CBD, a phytocannabinoid derived from hemp and marijuana, is a non-psychoactive compound that does not get people high like other drugs. CBD oil is utilized in many capsules, tinctures, edible gummies, and more for its medicinal properties.

CBD and the Endocannabinoid System

Endocannabinoid System (ECS) is a psychological system involved in administering our psychology, mood, and everyday experience. ECS functions to regulate

  • Mood, sleep, motor control
  • Appetite, digestion, Immune function
  • Pleasure, reproduction, fertility
  • Pain, memory, temperature regulation

The body naturally produces endocannabinoids to maintain human health but in the case of deficiency, the human body needs additional help to support the system. That’s where Cannabis comes to play.

When the balance is disturbed, the human body will witness an increase in diseases and disorders like migraines, fibromyalgia, and IBS.

The deficiency can be supplemented with plant cannabinoids and CBD Products, it works by preventing the breakdown of the body’s endocannabinoids, allowing the body to utilize more of what’s already being produced.

How does CBD work in Human Body?

Now that the reader is aware of the association of CBD and the Endocannabinoid system, let’s head over to the other crucial subject, How CBD works in the human body? Cannabidiol offers a wide range of benefits like relieving anxiety, boosting mood, improving sleep, and suppressing cancerous growth.

Anandamide

Anandamide is called after a Sanskrit word ‘Ananda’ meaning “bliss or divine happiness. As you might have guessed by now that Anandamide is associated with the brain areas that incite pleasure, happiness, cognitive, sensory, and motor functions.

CBD works by boosting the production of Anandamide by increasing dopamine levels that are attributed to pleasure and happiness.

Arachidonoylglycerol (2-AG)

Arachidonoylglycerol or 2-AG possess similar properties as Anandamide. 2-AG is well known for attaching to CBD1 and CBD2 receptors and producing the maximum response.

TRPV1

TRPV1, a vanilloid receptor 1, mediates a wide range of therapeutic functions. It is involved in temperature regulation and how we feel pain. When CBD is consumed, it relieves pain by desensitizing the receptors.

Allosteric Modulator

CBD serves as an Allosteric Modulator that changes the receptor’s response to a stimulus. CBD is capable of being a negative allosteric receptor modulator or positive. 

Final Words

CBD is a hot-favorite subject for many researchers which is shown by the number of studies conducted on the Cannabis plant. CBD-derived medicines have set foot in the medicinal world and there’s no denying that Cannabidiol is a miracle drug. If CBD is prescribed, you can search for “best CBD oil in the UKand order online. Make sure to consult a doctor before consuming CBD.

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