Can we have positive effects from hemp oil, when we have no symptoms of diseases?October 2, 2019
Can hemp oil extract, in addition to treat symptoms, in addition to have positive effects on illnesses, also help us prevent disease and promote health, by stimulating this age-old system we all are equipped with?
The answer is, yes.
Research has shown that small doses of cannabinoids from hemp, can signal the body to produce more endocannabinoids and create more cannabinoid receptors. And we know that a healthy endocannabinoid system is essential for good health.
One of the reasons, why some first-time users of hemp feel no particular effects, but when they return for their second or third attempts, notice a significant difference is that, the first exposure to the cannabinoids has now signalled the body, to produce more cannabinoid receptors and is now ready to react. That is also why, a trial with hemp oil extracts should be no less then 2-4 weeks, and for some people it may take longer before they feel any real visible changes/effects of the oil.
Hemp Oil Extract is believed to interact with CB1 and CB2 receptors.
These receptors are mostly found in the central nervous system, connective tissue, etc. and in the immune system and associated structures.
The exact way hemp oil extract affects CB1 receptors in the brain isn’t fully understood yet, it very well might have even greater effects. However, it may alter serotonin signals.
Serotonin, a neurotransmitter, that plays an important role in your mental health. Low serotonin levels are commonly associated with people who have depression. In some cases, not having enough serotonin may also cause anxiety.
Several small studies have shown that hemp oil in low percentages, can have positive effects on anxiety and depression.
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