It’s that time of year again—time to look back, reassess, appreciate where you’ve been, give yourself credit for what you’ve accomplished, and be honest about what you can do better in 2017. Equally important, it’s time to get real and make your goals tangible by making them actual plans. How do you do that? You give yourself the concrete tools and resources to put your ideals into action day-in and day-out. If one of your goals is improved wellness and overall support against the wear and tear of daily life, cannabinoid support products may be just the ticket to get you where you want to go.
Looking to start the New Year off right? Support for your body’s endocannabinoid system could be the key!
What are cannabinoids?
There are over 100 cannabinoids identified in the cannabis family of plants. They are botanical chemical compounds that may have a variety of applications. Hemp cannabinoids deliver an array benefits and are not psychotropic, meaning they do not produce the “high” associated with THC, a cannabinoid found in marijuana. Hemp cannabinoids are used in a range of products – from nutritional supplements, waters, topical applications, and even cosmetics, so they are a simple way to supplement and support a healthy lifestyle.
Do you know about your endocannabinoid system?
The endocannabinoid system/ECS is key to establishing and maintaining wellness and overall cellular balance in humans and other mammals. Endocannabinoids are produced endogenously (or occurring naturally) and receptors for these beneficial neurotransmitters exist throughout the body – brain, organs, connective tissues, glands, and immune cells. The ECS performs different functions in each area, but the goal is always the same: homeostasis, the maintenance of a stable internal environment despite the influence of variations in the external environment.
Thomas Edison probably said it best back in 1902 in regard to scientific research on wellness measures: “…all their discoveries are tending toward the simple truth that you can’t improve on nature.” Over a century later, cannabinoid research and technology certainly seems to support this statement.
How cannabinoid products work in your body
There is an array of CBD wellness products at your beck and call. From infused waters to gummy chews to oils to nano-powered liquids, oils, and topicals, there is a multitude of ways to get cannabinoids into your body.
And research has shown that supplementation of phytocannabinoids can signal the body to make more endocannabinoids and build more cannabinoid receptors. So, supplementing your diet with hemp-derived cannabinoid products may help improve your body’s use and abundance of both. The end result could be highly beneficial to your overall energy and wellbeing—at home, at the gym, at work, and with your family.
One thing is for sure; each of us is born with receptors for cannabinoids throughout our body and brain. In other words, cannabinoids are welcome in and essential to your body. In fact, they are so integral to wellbeing that human breast milk even contains endocannabinoids.
So start your new year right and keep it that way by supporting every system in your body and making your favorite cannabinoid wellness products part of your daily routine!
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