CBD is one of the best relief supplements for endocrine disorders.

CBD is one of the best relief supplements for endocrine disorders.

Now obviously any such claim is going to be dependent on the symptoms severity, but in most patients where symptoms are mild, CBD is a natural fit to relieve such ailments.  Within the body's regulation of hormones, endocannabinoid receptors found within the brain regions help to maintain homeostasis. 

How does CBD act as a therapeutic aid of endocrine disorders? Well specifically, by reducing anxiety a person has more stress resilience.  Canabinoids have beens how to activate receptors outside of CB2, including TRPV1 and 5HT1A.  These receptors are involved in reducing panic response and general fear in reaction to stress. 

Maintaining a healthy endocannabinoid system is essential to help relieve endocrine disorders.  CBD is an important part in the maintenance of a healthy endocannabinoid system by ways of modulating fear, anxiety, and inducing a healthier response to stresses that can lead to the production of certain hormones. 

The endocrine system is the regulator of hormones that control all kinds of things in the body, including; metabolism, appetite, moods, and various other body processes.  CBD can be used to help adjust different endocrine disorders with the correction of a healthy endocannabinoid system.  

The most beneficial effect CBD has on the endocrine system is in aiding the decrease of cortisol found in blood plasma.  Cortisol is a steroid hormone, in the glucocorticoid class of hormones, released in response to stress and low blood-glucose concentration. 

Simply put, when there are lower levels of cortisol, a person will have reduced stress levels that prevent diseases which are caused by stress.  CBD aides in the reductions of fear and panic that lead to stress anxiety.

As always, consult a doctor to find out what works best for you! 


Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26408166

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