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What is the Endocannabinoid System? Your ECS is an intricate cell-signaling system and is perhaps one of the most essential physiologic systems you have involved in establishing and sustaining human health. Throughout your body, you have endocannabinoids and their receptors. You have them in your: Connective tissue, Brain, Glands, Organs, and Immune cells. Endocannabinoids, with their complex actions in your nervous system, immune system, and pretty much all of your organs, are literally a bridge between your mind and body. When you understand this system, you’ll begin to see a component potentially connecting brain activity and states of disease and physical health. Experts continue to try and completely understand the ECS. So far, they know it plays a role in regulating a wide range of processes and functions, including Mood, Sleep, Memory, Appetite, Fertility, and Reproduction. The ECS is present and active inside your body even if you don’t use cannabis. When you look at the term “endocannabinoid”, you’ll see “endo” which is short for endogenous (meaning it’s produced in your body naturally), and “cannabinoid”, which comes from cannabis. Therefore, “endocannabinoid” really means cannabis-like substances that occur inside you naturally. The ECS itself consists of several parts: Endocannabinoids, which our bodies naturally synthesize. Enzymes that help break cannabinoids and endocannabinoids down. Receptors around your body and in your nervous system that cannabinoids and endocannabinoids bind with. Not only is your ECS a natural part of your body, but it’s also a critical one. You might have heard many reports on the medicinal properties of cannabis, or of its cannabinoids CBD and THC. Because it has a lot of seemingly unrelated effects, you may be wondering if what you’re hearing is just a bunch of hype from individuals wanting the drug legalized. But, there is medical science backing up these reports, and the reason for the various unrelated effects has to do with the scope and size of your ECS itself. It seems the primary function of your ECS is to maintain your body’s homeostasis — biological harmony in response to environmental changes. Taxonomic study and investigation revealed the ECS is extremely old and evolved more than 500 million years ago. Furthermore, it’s in all vertebrates with birds, mammals, fish, amphibians, and reptiles producing endocannabinoids. Initially, research suggested endocannabinoid receptors were present only in the nerves and brain; however, later on, scientists found the receptors were present throughout the entire body, including your: Bones, Skin, Pancreas, Liver, Fat tissue, Blood vessels, Heart, Gastrointestinal tract, and Kidneys. Endocannabinoids are one of the most versatile and widespread signaling molecules humans know. ~CBD Pillow

Aloe vera is a succulent that grows in sunny climates all over the world. The fleshy leaves of this plant contain a gel that has many uses in natural remedies.
It’s best known for helping to relieve sunburned skin and other surface wounds, but emerging research is starting to uncover other health benefits, too.
Due to its moisturizing properties and nourishing vitamins, aloe vera has gained popularity as a treatment for dry hair and skin. Research has shown that it may help with dandruff relief, and that the plant compounds may also help promote healthier hair.
Here’s a look at the benefits of using aloe vera in a hair mask, recipes and steps for making one, and other ways you can use this natural ingredient in your hair.

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