In this podcast, Dr. Jeffrey Burke answers the most asked questions on the endocannabinoid system and the NEW non-cannabis alternatives offered by Emerald Health Bioceuticals.
Dr. Jeffrey Burke explains that the endocannabinoid system responds to cannabis-based products. This system mediates other systems, like the endocrine, digestive and nervous systems.
There are two different endocannibanoid systems that are frequently discussed. The CB1 receptor sites are primarily in the central nervous system and respond to THC. The CB2 receptor sites are in the digestive system, peripheral nervous system and immune system. CBD works on the CB2 receptors.
Even though the system is named after cannabis, balance can be achieved without cannabis. There are alternative products available for those who don’t live and work in a state where cannabis use is legal.
Listen as Dr. Burke joins host Andrea Donsky to discuss how to nourish and satisfy the endocannibanoid receptors with our without cannabis.
The Endocannabinoid System is a confusing topic for many. In this interview, Jade Beutler, CEO of Emerald Health Bioceuticals, gives us a great introduction into the endocannabinoid system or ECS. The more you understand about this critical system in our bodies and what it does, the better choices you can make.
The Endocannabinoid System (or ECS) is exploding across the health world, made popular recently by CBD oil and cannabis. This newly discovered 600 million-year-old receptor system offers an exciting new frontier in wellness and the ability to approach your unique health concerns from a more holistic angle.
In this short podcast, Naturopathic Physician and Master Herbalist, Dr. Jeffrey Burke, answers your most pressing questions about the ECS and discusses what this powerful system can reveal about your own health. Dr. Burke also touches upon other ways, beyond cannabis and hemp, to more effectively activate and support the endocannabinoid system for amazing health results.
Sleep is a major issue for a majority of adults and if you're yawning right now, you probably know what we're talking about very well.
Lack of sleep can lead to more than just feelings of tiredness and irritability. Sleep deprivation is linked to more serious conditions like cognitive impairment, memory loss, impaired immune system, increased risk of heart disease, diabetes and obesity. And while many of us have learned to adjust to our lack of sleep and fatigue by stimulating with coffee, sodas, energy drinks and sweets, thinking that we'll eventually get caught up with rest, this never happens.
In this short podcast, Dr. Jeffrey Burke discusses how to solve your most stubborn issues with sleep by supporting your endocannabinoid system, a receptor-site system in the body intricately involved in balancing neurotransmitters that influence sleep quality, regulate healthy sleep-wake cycles and promote consistent rejuvenating sleep.
Inflammation. It's all we hear about these days. Whether it's a cut, a bruise, skin irritation, joints, or parts of your body that aren't getting better, the road all leads back to rising levels of inflammation in the body.
In this podcast, Dr. Jeffrey Burke talks about how we can reduce inflammation and more specifically the role that our endocannabinoid system plays in our bodies, a receptor-site system that is intricately involved in balancing neurotransmitters that influence pain and inflammation.
Everyone feels blue. It's a normal part of life. But if you feel down on a regular basis and it's interfering with your happiness, it might be time to pay more attention to it.
There's a lot of reasons for feeling depressed and sad, but now we know that these symptoms are a part of a larger picture - one that involves the endocannabinoid system, a newly discovered system in the body, that acts as a powerful buffer against stressful experiences and emotions to help keep you calm and balanced.
And if you promote balance in the body, a lot of things fall into place -including your mood.
Most people have a hard time relaxing, especially at the end of a long day. We're edgy, nervous and hyper beause we either don't sleep well, don't spend the time to recharge our batteries or sit all day at a desk hunched over.
But there is a solution and it's something you might not have considered before. In this podcast, Dr. Jeffrey Burke will dive into the endocannabinoid system, one of the most critical system in the body, which acts as a powerful buffer against stressful experiences and emotions to help keep you calm and balanced.