Copaiba CBD vs Cannabis

I have fallen in love with this oil! And wanted to share a bit about what I have learned. Copaiba essential oil is a wonderful analgesic and has been used in this capacity for generations. I use drops in my Daily Tea, apply neat to joints, in the fractionated coconut oil and I love the diffuser blend Dr Johnson recommends.

Copaiba works on our endocannibinoid system but it is not a cannabis derivative so it will never show up on a drug test or make you high. If you don’t know about medical marijuana, aka CBD, then you need to know that there are two components that have an affect on our body systems – CBD and THC.

*THC is the controversial component that interacts with our CB1 receptors which is responsible for causing the “high” associated with marijuana.
*What you may not know is that there’s a THIRD type of cannabinoid–BCP (aka Copaiba). BCP is the long lost relative we always hoped we’d find! It was only just discovered as a cannabinoid in 2008. And while it’s different from CBD, it directly affects the same CB2 receptors and is a much more concentrated form. 
  • CBD derived from hemp has a 2-4% concentration. ⠀⠀
  • CBD derived from cannabis/marijuana has a 5-35% concentration. ⠀⠀
  • Ameo’s Copaiba BCP? 80%! 😊 😊

👉 Have a listen to Essential Oil Expert Dr Scott Johnson discuss this oil CLICK HERE

CBD interacts with our CB2 receptors and may have therapeutic benefits such as:
– pain relief 
– sleep patterns 
– decreased inflammation
– normal respiratory response
– reduced anxiety/stree 
– aids digestion
– wound and skin restoration
– nervous system support 
– seizure prevention 
– lowered insulin levels 
– cardiovascular health
– and more
Copaiba is obtained from the trunk of several pinnate-leaved South American leguminous trees (genus Copaifera). The thick, transparent exudate varies in color from light gold to dark brown, depending on the ratio of resin to essential oil.
👉 Copaiba can be used neat, topically, orally or diffused. Order CLICK HERE

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