An illegal miracle plant 🌲
Growing and selling marijuana is illegal, at least for now. One of the 113 active cannabinol is THC (Tetrahydracannibinol), and said THC is a psychoactive contributor in our brain after intake. That’s the fun part and also the illegal part, but that’s where I stop talking about THC. CBD (cannabinol) is a compound constituent of the marijuana plant. CBD does not possess as much (if any) psychoactive properties. The benefits are many and the results can be incredible. CBD can be take sublingually or used as a topical cream for pain relief. Milligrams for CBD range from 250–750 commercially and the price is totally dependent on your retailer.
CBD works in conjunction with our own endocannabinoid system (yes in your body) to feed this often neglected part of the brain. Being that this system is not fed it will not be activated, but once activated the results are undeniable. CBD activates CB1 and CB2 receptors in said endocannabinoid system in the brain which are involved in a variety of physiological processes, including but not limited to: appetite, sensations of pain, mood regulation, synaptic plasticity, and motor learning. Basically, CBD oil can help with anxiety, nausea, seizure suppression, increase memory retention, and neutralize free radicals; which cause brain damage and are involved in the aging process internally and externally. Is this a miracle?
No, this is not a miracle. This is nature! Nature is naturally occurring therefore possesses what a body needs to regenerate and heal. CBD is the beginning of a movement back to natural health and wellness. Why would we seek artificial medical treatment when nature already has everything we need? If all this “magic” is packed into ONE plant, consider the possibilities of all the other plants found on our great green Mother Earth. This is just the beginning as the main stream continues to show an interest in whole body well being. Who doesn’t want to look younger? Who wouldn’t want to feel less depressed? Who doesn’t want to be pain free? Nobody, that’s who. So, should you get a wild hair, I hope this helps to persuade you to try. The results might surprise you and disrupt the medical conglomerate, but what’s that to you? Try it. Tell me how it goes.
-Intentional Dangerfield Creative Writing Team-