I’m gearing up for my real-time cannabis stock trading event this Thursday, June 6th. Learn more about this live broadcast here. In the meantime, I have a fun fact for you:
You and I are chock-full of receptors for cannabinoids.
Because not only are these compounds found in cannabis plants …
Our bodies make their OWN cannabinoids — called endocannabinoids.
If you’re not familiar with the endocannabinoid system (ECS), you’re in for a mind-blowing learning experience.
The ECS is an amazing network of cell-level receptors situated throughout our entire bodies.
In fact, they’re among the most abundant receptors in the brain. And you can also find them in your organs, skin, bones and connective tissues.
Our endocannabinoids bind with the receptors to affect almost every organ.
The goal is to achieve a balance in nearly all metabolic processes.
Dr. Dustin Sulak describes the ECS as “perhaps the most important physiologic system involved in establishing and maintaining human health.”
Happily, cannabis and hemp plants produce “phytocannabinoids” … that also interact with these receptors.
While THC and CBD are the most well-known, there are four “lesser known” but equally important cannabinoids …
CBN — Cannabinol
As harvested cannabis ages, THC is gradually converted to CBN.
CBN is known to be particularly useful for aiding sleep. It’s also good for reducing pain and muscle spasms.
CBG — Cannabigerol
It appears CBG is the molecular building block for all other cannabinoids within the marijuana plant … while having health benefits of its own, like …
Lowering pain and inflammation …
Treating neurological conditions like Huntington’s disease …
Reducing the severity of skin disorders like psoriasis …
And functioning as an antidepressant, a muscle relaxant, an antibiotic and antifungal agent, and as a blood pressure reducer.
CBC — Cannabichromene
Despite being the second most prevalent cannabinoid in many marijuana strains, CBC is mostly unknown.
Not only does it cause no psychoactive effects, it’s been shown to provide a range of health benefits including pain relief, antifungal properties, antidepressant abilities, and even anti-cancer effects.
THCV — Tetrahydrocannabivarin
Known to be an appetite suppressant, THCV also has the potential to help with anxiety, panic attacks, depression and PTSD … without adversely impacting the emotions.
There is also ongoing research to study the effects of THCV in the treatment of Alzheimer’s!
The research that’s already gone into the health benefits of cannabinoids is mind-blowing. There seems to be very little marijuana can’t do …
… with few obvious downsides!
Speaking of mind-blowing, you’re not too late to join me for my first-ever REAL-TIME broadcast event on June 6th:
The Marijuana Millionaire Method Revealed: How to make crazy profits from cannabis stocks, without crazy risks.
As a Wealth Wave reader, you can join in for free … AND get a special gift just for attending. Find out more here.
All the best,