"The Endocannabinoid System and its Messengers" Booklet, by Elise Bailey
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Encapsulating nearly 3 decades of ECS research and showing how essential oils support this cellular system!
- How ECS relates to other body systems.
- Supporting and activating the ECS.
- How gut health and the ECS interrelate.
- Overcoming ECS deficiency with essential oils.
- Foundation for overview and activation tear pads.
The Endocannabinoid System (ECS): A body system that is 600 million years old has gone undetected until only recently. In the late 1990s, the endocannabinoid system was uncovered. The ECS involves high levels of cellular communication and cellular intelligence. The ECS might be the body's most far reaching and advanced network of communication known. It is thought to target all other body systems for the ultimate goal of homeostasis–perfect cellular balance. This system is suggested to hold the key to many of our disease states today. The ECS is shedding new light on old physiological challenges and holds immense promise for physical and mental health.
- Learn how to better understand the intelligence of the ECS.
- Learn how to feed and activate the ECS.
- Learn the important relationships the ECS holds with the other body systems.
- Learn the importance of gut health and its relationship with the ECS.
- Learn about ECS deficiency.
- Learn how essential oil terpenes activate and support the ECS.
- Learn how to target the ECS for better states of health and wellness.
Dimensions: 8½" tall x 5½" wide.
Discovery of the Endocannabinoid System (ECS)
Introduction to the ECS
The ECS Basics
Receptors: Introduction to Cell Communication
Cannabinoid Receptor Signaling
Benefits from Targeting the CB1 Receptor
Benefits from Targeting the CB2 Receptor
Precursor and Degrading Enzymes
Importance of the ECS in Fertility
Messengers to Assist the ECS
Essential Oils that Activate the ECS
ECS Deficiency (CED)
Support and Activate the ECS
An Overview of the Three Step Process
Additional Information—Cannabinoid Therapies
Foundations for ECS Health
Business Tools for ECS Education