Vitamin D3 and CBD work synergistically to Balance Your Body’s Pain Response, promoting Short Term Pain Relief with Long Term Healing and Recovery.
Why CBD Alone May Not be Effective: Some people have testified that they are yet to realize the benefits of the CBD oil. However, this could be as a result of using products that are of low quality and incorrect dosage. However different people have a different chemical composition, and this could determine the level of CBD oil absorption into the body and the metabolism processes. Our bodies are different. Some people lack CB1 and CB2 receptors that are necessary for the CBD oil to work in healing relief. It’s for this reason that they might not realize the usefulness of the CBD.
Short Term Pain Relief. CBD
Reduce Inflammation. Vitamin D
Long Term Healing. Vitamin D
Mental Pain Relief. CBD
Physical Relief. Vitamin D
The Pain mechanism in our bodies serves an important purpose. Pain response may over amplify when maladaptive.
Balance the Pain Response with appropriate Healing and Recovery.
Chronic inflammation’ [is] when the body is unable to shut off the inflammatory response. This category of inflammation encompasses the following disorders: Rheumatoid arthritis, Psoriatic arthritis, Chron’s disease and other inflammatory bowel diseases, Fibromyalgia, Atherosclerosis, Grave’s disease, Diabetes, Lupus, Celiac disease . . .”
“Cannabidiol (CBD) May help in the battle against chronic inflammation.”
Cellular Signaling GridList sending and receiving molecular messages Cells are in constant communication, deciding when to grow, whether dangers are present, and whether they should move to new environments. They talk to one another by sending small messenger molecules, which are received by receptor molecules on their cell surfaces. Atomic structures have revealed both these signaling molecules and their receptors.
The vitamin D receptor (VDR)1 is a member of the superfam- ily of nuclear receptors that act as ligand-inducible transcrip- tion factors (1, 2). VDR binds, as a heterodimer with the reti- noid X receptor (RXR), to hormone response elements (VDREs) in target genes (3–7). Transcriptional actions of nuclear recep- tors can result not only from direct modulation of target gene expression but also from cross-talk with other nuclear recep- tors and signal transduction pathways (e.g