Dr. Asher explains how CBD works in our body in depth
In this video, Dr. Asher Milgrom PhD is going to describe the intense scientific research that is going on around the world, so that everyone understands why CBD is so important for human physiology.
let’s take a closer look. Here we go, we’re going to travel into our physiology, right into our central nervous system. Now we’re going to see at the level of our individual cells. That the cell surface is covered with these green receptors. These are receptors for CBD and when the CBD binds to that receptor, it sends a message into the cell which travels all the way down into the nucleus of the cell where the intelligence of our entire physiology is contained within our chromosomes. So here a chromosome is going to unwind and you’re going to see the actual DNA that contains the codes for everything our body does; this is like the software that runs our physiology. The original longer version of this video can be found here.
Genes are the codes for every protein that our body makes including all the signaling molecules that run our physiology such as our Neurotransmitters that run our nervous system, our hormones that run our endocrine system, and Cytokines that run our immune system. So imagine for instance that these are cells in your pancreas making insulin. This is happening in a million cells let’s say, all producing huge amounts of insulin to keep your blood sugar in proper balance. Again your insulin is a hormone that is a protein. So we see that throughout our physiology, we have receptors specifically designed to bind with CBD and CBD has its effect on the nucleus of our cells where proteins are being made. So which proteins are being made from the influence of CBD? CBD modulates the transcription of over 1100 Genes that make the signaling molecules that naturally reduce inflammation in our central nervous system and throughout our immune system. Restoring homeostasis to both our immune and central nervous systems. Watch the full video as Dr. Asher explains in detail.