How Does CBD Work, And What Is It Good For?


Shopping for CBD Topical Oil for pain can be a task. We hope to break that down for you with a brief introduction. But first, we must get to know the Endocannabinoid System and what Cannabinoid Receptors are.

To begin with, our bodies make their own Cannabinoids called Endocannabinoids (ECS). They are produced internally to work on Cannabinoid Receptors.

This complex network of cells within our central nervous system, have receptors which act like a lock and key. The keys are the different Cannabinoids entering your system, to match their target. The lock is the receptor.

As a result, these receptors, which are called CB1 and CB2 regulate activities and control certain hormones in the body such as sleep, appetite, memory, stress and pain.

The body produces Cannabinoids naturally through the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) and CBD influences the ECS to deliver Cannabinoids into the body.

Scientists have known about the ECS for about 25 years. It was first discovered in the 1990's, by L.A. Matsuda. Dr. Matsuda was the first to describe the structure and functional expression of the cannabinoid receptor, CB-1.

A topical application allows Cannabinoids to be absorbed directly into a troubled area for faster and more focused relief. CBD Oil Topicals are not intoxicating, and since the Cannabinoids in these topicals interact with CB2 receptors near the skin, activating the Endocannabinoid System, they are never absorbed into the bloodstream. However, if you are using a transdermal patch, that would not be the case.

Our CBD Topical Oils are great for aiding in the relief of pain—arthritic, migraines or back tension. Try our Rosemary Lavender or our Turmeric Ginger. Both are organic and infused with 150MG of Full Spectrum Extract

Discover more about CBD Topical oils via our Process Page, and shop today for CBD Beauty & CBD Wellness.

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