CANNABIS OIL DATES BACK 5000 YEARS
Medicinal use of cannabis dates back at least 5,000 years, as such cannabis history is tied to many iconic time periods. Cannabis was said to have been an ingredient in a holy anointing oil referenced in the original Hebrew version of Exodus. The Ancient Egyptians reportedly used cannabis to treat glaucoma as well as general inflammation. Chinese Emperor Fu Hsi called cannabis a popular medicine in 2,900 BC, and the Chinese had identified more than 100 medicinal uses for cannabis by 100 AD.1
Cannabis oil is a term applied to the oils extracted from the cannabis plant flowers, leaves and stems. Cannabis Oil is not Hemp Seed Oil nor is it extracted from seeds. The cannabis oil extraction process removes the plant’s naturally thick, viscous oil from dried or fresh Medical Grade cannabis. Cannabis oil contains over 100 cannabinoids that can be extracted and isolated into their purest form. Results of recent studies show isolated cannabinoids in cannabis oil have positive medical benefits in humans and animals.
In 1,000 BC, the Indians created a drink called bhang, a mixture of marijuana, milk, and other ingredients, and used it as an anti-phlegmatic and anesthetic. This drink is still used in India today. Ancient Indians may have also used cannabis as a purported cure for leprosy and dysentery as well as to cure fever, encourage sleep, and improve judgment and cognition. It was also thought to prolong life.1
In 70 AD, Roman medical texts listed it as a cure for earache and as a way to suppress sexual desire. The Romans also boiled the roots of the plant and used them as a treatment for gout, arthritis, and generalized pain.1 The Arabians used it from 800 AD to 900 AD for migraines, pain, and syphilis.
The English also documented many medicinal uses of marijuana for ailments, such as:
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Naturally, if our bodies are outfitted with a system specifically designed for cannabinoids, it’s unlikely that we don’t already produce some ourselves. The cannabinoids produced by our bodies are known as endogenous cannabinoids – or endocannabinoids. The most common endocannabinoids and most well understood are anandamide and 2-arachidonolyglycerol, or 2-AG.
The other naturally occurring cannabinoids are called phytocannabinoids, which are cannabinoids that come from plant matter. The cannabis sativa plant is known to have over 500 natural compounds – of which at least 100 have been identified as cannabinoids making .
WHAT ARE ENDOCANNABINOIDS?
Simply put, endocannabinoids are transmitters, or more properly, neurotransmitters. They are chemicals which transmit signals through the brain by way of specialized, complementary receptors.
These signals are important for numerous functions in the human body including those involving pain, inflammation, and mood. Endocannabinoids may be endogenous or plant-based. This simply means that they may be naturally-occurring within the body or introduced from an outside (plant) source.
In other words, endocannabinoids are a natural and normal part of the human body processes and systems. And the body (brain) has special receptors just for their use.
WHAT IS THE ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM?
The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is amazing when you consider that the ECS is critical for almost every aspect of our moment-to-moment functioning. The ECS regulates and controls many of our most critical bodily functions such as learning and memory, emotional processing, sleep, temperature control, pain control, inflammatory and immune responses, and eating.
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