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- We humans (that means you!) have cannabinoid receptors in our body and brain. These receptors are what Hemp extract interacts with so effortlessly.
- Hemp extract tinctures and edibles activate the (cannabinoid) CB1 receptors in the Central Nervous System, which can serve the purpose of dealing with nerve-related pain.
- Hemp extract topicals (creams, lotions, balms) activate the CB2 Receptors in your body (not brain) which may help in regulating pain, body temperature, and inflammation.
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