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The number one benefit of CBD is that it reduces systemic inflammation. That is a huge plus because inflammation is the underlying cause of all dis-ease in one’s body. Whether you have an infection, virus, pain, cancer, insomnia, or anxiety — there is inflammation that underlies that condition.
You might wonder, how is this possible? Our body responds to emotions, pathogens, and injury by creating inflammation to fight off whatever is causing you trouble. Think about how white blood cells go to the site of a cut or scrape or how your body develops a fever to battle the flu. Or, if you’re stressed out, not sleeping, or having panic attacks then you may be creating inflammation in your gut, your nervous system, or the cardiovascular system. Any number of factors may be throwing you out of whack. CBD works to get you back in balance.
That is the beauty of CBD. It supplements your Endocannabinoid System (ECS) to help your body’s regulating systems get you to a state of homeostasis. By feeding your ECS through your CB1 and CB2 receptors, CBD is working to reduce the inflammation and help you feel better. When you are stressed, worried, and living in fight or flight mode — then you’re creating inflammation. If you have been exposed to a virus or bacteria then you have inflammation. And, if you have an auto-immune issue, digestive issue, hormonal imbalance, and more, then you have inflammation.
Taking CBD daily will not only boost your ECS and reduce inflammation it will also boost your immune system to function well. We all need strong immune systems to survive well in a world that is fast-moving and intense. There simply is not a downside to putting CBD into your daily wellness routine to support your body systemically, foundationally, and therapeutically. CBD is amazing.
CBD can be an essential part of keeping you healthy. How? CBD feeds your Endocannabinoid System (ECS) to get your body into homeostasis also known as balance. If you have anxiety, insomnia, stress, pain or any kind of inflammation then CBD will help support your ECS.
Your ECS is the key to your best health and a strong immune system. Getting those CB1 & CB2 receptors fired up and making your own endogenous cannabinoids is the name of the game. You do this by supplementing with CBD liquids, gelcaps, edibles and more.
Of course there are other supplements that are known to be immune boosting, such as: Vitamin D, Vitamin C, probiotics, mushroom formulas, oil of oregano and so many more. Here’s an opportunity to add CBD to whatever regimen you currently follow and get that systemic inflammation down, reduce your anxiety, lessen your pain, and feel stronger and ready to fight whatever germs come your way.