In general, cannabinoids act as neuromodulators for many processes, such as mood regulation, skin responses, motor skills, appetite, digestion, and the feeling of pain. CBD is a natural fit and a necessary support for our endocannabinoid system that is located in our body. The endocannabinoid system of receptors runs throughout the central nervous system. There are two main receptors (CB1) and (CB2), found in the brain and in the nervous system. They control the immune system functions and how the body responds to pain.
Although, CBD does not do the work, it signals the body to do the work. When we feed our endocannabinoid receptors with CBD, the chemical will travel through our body along with our blood cells until it locks on a receptor, our endocannabinoid system then begins to work properly and the body begins to self regulate and self correct itself.
Mostly found in the brain, lungs, blood vessels, muscles, digestive tract, reproductive organs and central nervous system.
Mostly found around organs, liver, pancreas, brainstem and also the immune system.