Most people I talk to about CBD ask, how does CBD work for arthritis pain? There are some studies that show there is some positive results. In this video we will go over a physician’s analysis of cbd for patients with arthritis.
CBD acts via the endocannabinoid system, which is active on receptors found in multiple areas of the brain, and at spinal cord level, to stop the transmission of pain signals. It is 10-times as active as morphine in its effect on certain types of pain nerve cells, and also produces pain relief in response to stress.
The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is believed to be the largest receptor system in mammals. The ECS plays a vital role in maintaining homeostasis throughout the body and is thought to regulate functions such as sleep, appetite, and mood. When you ingest CBD (or any cannabinoid), the ECS activates and distributes it throughout the body.
People often think to themselves, does CBD work?
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