CBD & Wellness

As research is increasing, we've discovered more health benefits from our Nature, and nowadays CBD has become an effective supplement for those who prefer a natural alternative, instead of strong pharmaceuticals. 


CBD (Cannabidiol) is a phytocannabinoid; a chemical compound (C21-H30-O2) derived from the Hemp plant as dominant, and from the cannabis plant, as the second most relevant.Unlike it's brother tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), CBD it's NOT PSYCHOACTIVE. 

As THC get's you HIGH, because it goes directly to your body's endocannabidoid receptors, C1 & C2, the CBD, is more polite, and instead of deadlock them, CBD activates them, providing therapeutic & physiological benefits


Human Endocannabinoid System CBD momentum 10x

Since the endogeus cannabinoid system was discovered in the 20 century, it is the most important physiological system involved in the balance of human health. The ECS has 3 main components: endocannabinoids, cannabinoids receptors and hydrolytic enzymes. When they are syntesized on the cell membrane, the endo-phyto cannabinoids acts in the CB1 and CB2 receptors stimulating them inside the cell and finally the enzymes regulates the activity in our ECS.

But what's the main purpose of this amazing ECS in our body?the main goal is HOMEOSTASIS: to have an stable internal environment, despite the variations in the external environment.

The ECS is so important in our health, due to the complex tasks involved in the nervous, and immune system; as a matter of fact further research is looking to understand how this mechanism works between our body and mind, representing a natural healing solution.

CBD & Wellness is definitely an opportunity, a way to increase the natural behaviour of our endocannabinoids, giving them the dosis of power to be active and balance thoughout our body.



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-Human Endocannabinoid system. UCLA Health organization. 2019.

-Cannabidiol (CBD)- What we know and what we don't know. Hardvard Health Publishing. Harvard Medical School. 2019

-The Endocannabinoid system. Dr. Dustin Sulak. DO.