Our body’s endocannabinoid system
A built-in signaling system
Scientists have been exploring the biological composition of the cannabis plant and CBD for over a century now. While more and more active chemicals were discovered, and an understanding of how individual cannabinoids effects began to occur, it was one amazing breakthrough that truly accelerated the idea of facilitating cannabis qualities towards helping with health and wellness related issues – the discovery of our body’s endocannabinoids system.
The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is an internal cell-signals network that is spread throughout our body and plays a major role in balancing physiological and neurological activities that are related to appetite, memory, movement, pain and many more.
A powerful synergy
Although evolutionarily, ECS was not created in our bodies for the cannabis plant, Researchers showed the ECS and Cannabis makes an extraordinary good fit in terms of the natural reaction and mutual stimulation they have to one another – our cell receptors are responsiveness to active molecules from the Cannabis plants (such as CBD). Matched together, they act as a powerful healing force of nature.
Once a physical indication is triggered, Our body signlas the endocannabinoids to activate the ECS receptors but we can get a much higher impact by using a boost of phyto-cannabinoids from the plant, and stimulate a higher chemical reaction that outcomes as a much better physical reaction.
Unlocking the code
Many medicinal formulas as we know today, provide only partial solutions when it comes to tackling chronic and medical conditions. That is why our formulation method takes on an ‘all around’ approach of ‘All for One’ structure over the common ‘One on One’.
Meaning, in order to achieve that therapeutic effect our body will mostly react upon, we tackle every tainted cell receptor with several different molecules of active ingredients. The unique botanical combinations of active components we identified, isolated, tested and extracted, significantly raise the success rate in helping to treat these conditions.