Full Spectrum Living With CBD Episode-7
CanMed Conference Review and Takeaways
Full Spectrum Living With CBD
Adriane Polyniak and Jessica Charles with co-host Meredith. Full Spectrum Living with CBD hosts discuss and review their trip to the CanMed Conference. In this episode of Full Spectrum Living with CBD, you will get some very useful industry insight on the way doctors and consumers want cannabis verse what pharma is trying to deliver.
Adriane explains that the CanMed Conference consists of several focus areas. From cultivation to lab and science to the medical aspects of cannabis. Adriane shares that the pharmaceutical side of the cannabis industry is pushing isolated cannabinoids while Doctors want Full Spectrum extracts. See below the video for more information about isolated synthetic cannabinoids.
In addition, Jessica talks about research being done with full-spectrum extracts. Adriane discusses how some FDA-approved products like Epidiolex can potentially harm the liver as well as isolated cannabinoids can be dangerous. Doctors are starting to agree as research comes in on isolated cannabinoids.
Endocannabinoid system (ECS)
Many people ask: “How can CBD offer a wide variety of powerful results for things ranging from anxiety and neurodegeneration to even auto-immune disorders?” Surprisingly, The answer lies not so much in CBD (Cannabidiol) itself but how CBD is working to augment the Endocannabinoid system (ECS)
The Powerful Differences Between Oleoresin Extract and Isolated CBD
When it comes to Full Spectrum cannabis extract oleoresins, The Sum Is Greater Than The Parts. Similarly, like an orchestra or assembly line, each part plays an essential role in the show. A drum solo is excellent, do not get us wrong, but no one wants to sit through a concert listening to only drums while the other band members decide to sit this one out.
For instance, having different natural elements in our CBD Genesis Blend breathes life into what is known as the “Entourage Effect. All naturally occurring cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids blend synergistically, allowing their coexistence to be more beneficial than an individual component standing alone. These natural cannabinoids bind to receptors in our Endocannabinoids System. All species with a vertebrate have an Endocannabinoid System. Humans and animals, such as dogs, Cats, and Horses, all have endocannabinoid receptors.
The Dangers of Synthetic Cannabinoids: Deaths and Negative Research
In the past few years, deaths have been linked to synthetic cannabinoids, otherwise known as synthetic marijuana or fake weed. Even further studies have shown that these substances are not only dangerous, but addictive and deadly. Despite laws being passed that forbid the sale of such substances, these products still find their way into the hands of teenagers who fall prey to the misleading marketing tactics used by those who produce them.