Known as one of the oldest healing systems in the world, the ayurvedic belief is one that originated in Asia more than 5000 years ago. According to ayurvedic theory, the human body is considered to be composed of five major elements; fire, water, air, space and earth, and each body is characterized by three main energy types, also known as doshas. These three doshas determine the body state of an individual and are known as Pitta, Vata, and Kapha.
The Pitta dosha is associated with the fire element. It is thought to be directly controlling the digestive and endocrine systems. An imbalance in this Pitta energy is said to lead to conditions such as ulcers, inflammations, etc. The Vata dosha is associated with the air and space elements. As such, it is directly linked with all-round movement in the body, including movement in the circulatory system. An imbalance in this energy type will lead to conditions such as joint pain, dry skin, etc. The Kapha dosha, on the other hand, is associated with earth and water elements. These elements are known to be the controlling forces of growth and strength in the body, therefore an imbalance will lead to cases such as obesity, diabetes, etc.
In Ayurveda, understanding the body’s system is important in maintaining an optimum state of health for an individual, and as it turns out, CBD works in much the same way.
CBD And Its Connection With The Body System; The Endocannabinoid System.
CBD, fully known as cannabidiol, is a phytocannabinoid type found in the cannabis plant. This extract is widely known to be an effective aid against anxiety, chronic pain, and other conditions. It works through a system in the body known as the endocannabinoid system. This system is responsible for things like sleep, mood, pain, memory, appetite and so on. The cannabinoids in CBD interact directly with the endocannabinoid system through receptors found in the brain and subsequently produce effects in the body.
CBD and the endocannabinoid system have a lot in common with the ayurvedic healing system because they both work in an overall way to create balance in the body, and it’s in the balancing of the systems that specific conditions are healed. It’s also a natural extract from the cannabis plant, well-tolerated, non- intoxicating and a safe means of enhancing body wellness.
CBD could be used as a complement to ayurvedic foods and herbs to provide the body doshas with more balancing effect. The mode of function through which CBD works on the different Ayurveda body types is more or less the same as following the well-known ayurvedic processes.
The Ayurvedic Components Of BioCBD+ And Their Uses
BioCBD+ hemp CBD products were created as an Ayurvedic approach to CBD. They composed of a range of organic cannabinoids and terpenes, while also harnessing the power of the Ayurvedic wellness system through the use of herbs such as curcumin and magnesium. Curcumin is a spice type widely known for its anti-inflammation healing properties and which increases the bioavailability of CBD in the body, and magnesium is an essential mineral and electrolyte that is key for proper muscle, nerve, and enzyme function and is a precursor for serotonin. BioCBD+ products are highly bioavailable whole-plant CBD extract with full-spectrum of cannabinoids & terpenes with Curcumin & Magnesium for total body wellness support.
The use of BioCBD+ abides by the ancient ayurvedic approach to healing through promoting and maintaining balance to the body systems. The goal of healing is to maintain a natural, holistic approach with minimal side effects, and this is exactly what BioCBD+ does.