If you check out the reviews on our website, you will see a common theme – the one person can experience several benefits from their Canna Oils BCP. Why is that?
It has to do with the fact that the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) is responsible for keeping in balance a variety of physiological functions, some of which include:
- Immune system response
- Movement and coordination
- Appetite, hunger, and metabolism
- Memory and cognition
- Sensory processing
That means that an ECS that is functioning optimally results in maintaining daily health and wellness.
The ECS is responsible for maintaining a stable internal environment despite changes in the external environment.
Cannabinoid receptors in the body play a vital role in how well the system is able to regulate and maintain homeostasis (or balance). Cannabinoid receptors in mammals like humans and pets work closely with chemical messengers called cannabinoids. When they come together, they trigger a series of reactions designed to bring functions back into balance.
Whenever a function becomes irregular, a well-operating ECS responds by synthesizing cannabinoids. The cannabinoids then bind with ECS receptors to set in motion a variety of cellular responses aimed at returning the once imbalanced function to its balanced state.
So where are cannabinoid receptors in animals and humans located? They are found on the surface of cells in several physiological regions, including:
- The brain and central nervous system
- The immune system
- Connective tissue
- Organs and glands
As we have learnt from previous Blogs, Beta Caryophyllene (BCP Oil) binds directly to the CB2 receptors. It is through these interactions that BCP supports the ECS and its efforts to keep the body’s functions running optimally.
So that’s why when taking Canna Oils BCP you could potentially not only see an improvement in that one condition that has been bothering you, you could also experience other benefits that you never expected.
The above information is for educational purposes only – not intended as medical advice.