Mother Earth gives us so many amazing therapeutic elements to heal our bodies and medical marijuana is one of them. There are two components that have an effect on our body systems: CBD and THC. CBD interacts with our CB2 receptors and gives us incredible therapeutic benefits such as: pain relief, decreased inflammation, reduced anxiety, cancer prevention, lowered insulin levels, and cardiovascular health, just to name a handful. Let’s learn a bit about Copaiba essential oil.
How Does Copaiba Essential Oil Work?
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 is a THIRD type of cannabinoid: BCP (aka Copaiba). BCP is the long-lost relative we always hoped we’d find!
Copaiba 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. For example: CBD derived from hemp has a 2-4% concentration CBD derived from cannabis/marijuana has a 5-35% concentration DoTERRA’s BCP (Copaiba) is 60%!
DoTERRA is the first company ever to formulate their Copaiba essential oil using 4 different species, making it the highest concentrated cannabinoid available, yet because it is not a cannabis derivative, it will never show up on a drug test or make you high.
So long story short, Copaiba essential oil gives you all the benefits of CBD in a higher concentration. You are made to feel amazing. Give yourself the best and that is exactly how you will feel!
Hey you anxiety warriors: try 2 drops under the tongue daily. You’ll thank me later!
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