step1: understanding what cbd is
Understanding how CBD works and exactly what it does inside your body will allow you to make educated decisions on which products are right for you, how much to use, and how frequently you use it.
That’s why we encourage taking your own personal 3-month challenge.
Everyone experiences different time frames for CBD to work, but when it kicks in it feels like getting hit by a ton of miracle-bricks. CBD is not like fast-acting, targeted pain killers which only serve to numb your pain receptors for a short time, and can also can come with dangerous side effects, addictive qualities or mind-altering effects.
CBD is a long-term solution for real pain, and acts as a healing agent within the nervous, skeletal, muscular and immune systems. And while, yes, pharmaceuticals can alleviate pain temporarily, they will never have the lasting, sustainable anti-pain, anti-inflammatory, mood-lifting properties of CBD.
Step 2: understanding cbd in the body
The human body doesn’t have natural receptors for drugs like Ibuprofen, Acetaminophen, Oxycodone or Morphine…all of these serve to alter the brain’s recognition and response to pain. However, the human body DOES have natural receptors for cannabinoids, of which CBD (Cannabidiol) is one.
The CB1 receptors (primarily in the brain) and CB2 receptors (muscles, skeleton and immune system) affect things like coordination, movement, emotions, mood, thought process, appetite, memories, inflammation and, most notably, pain.
step 3: why cbd is so effective
CBD works by attaching to these receptors, strengthening them and helping them multiply more quickly. Because these receptors are so integral to so many bodily functions, the list of CBD oil heat benefits is extensive.
But the amazing effects of CBD can’t be felt after just one use, or just one week. One must methodically and religiously take CBD and allow the receptors in the body to become accustomed to it. The CB1 and CB2 receptors ONLY receive the CBD molecule…they’re specifically designed for it; however, most people haven’t used CBD before, and the receptors need time to adjust.
Step 4: Take the Challenge
Your body needs time to heal itself. In our experience, the maximum effects of CBD are felt around the 3-month mark. While positive effects are certainly experienced before that timeframe, 3 months is really when the “miracle-brick” hit happens.
Prolonged, consistent use of CBD may improve a great many aspects of one’s health, nursing back damaged brain and body functions and alleviating painful ailments. But its use MUST BE both prolonged and consistent.
That’s why we call it the “3-Month Challenge” and not the “2-Week Challenge.”
Jack, our owner, had his own 3-Month challenge (read about it here), and his transformation has been made in full by the very CBD he has come to sell. It didn’t happen overnight. It wasn’t an “easy button”. It took consistency and dedication, and it payed off in an enormous way for him.
We’re confident it will do the same for you.