What is CBD and how does is work.
Cannabinoid is one of the almost 113 isolates that have a wide effect on the body’s receptors. Everybody’s brain has a wide array of receptors; 2 of which are the cannabinoid receptors CB1 and CB2. CBD does not directly influence those receptors unlike THC and so have been found to have no psychoactive properties. Instead CBD tends to effect non-cannabinoid receptors. Those include the receptors effected by opioids and therefore pain. These are the same receptors that are also targeted for pain killers and other illegal drugs such as heroin. CBD interacts with dopamine receptors and have been seen to play a positive role in regulating behavior and motivation. Another receptor that CBD directly effects is the Serotonin receptors. It has been found to help enhance the activation of serotonin receptors and reduced addiction, anxiety and depression. It is important to note that disorders such as addiction, anxiety and depression problems are highly complex and may arise from causes not completely understood. CBD and its multi targeting effect could therefore be a potentially crucial component to treating these illnesses.