Chocolate is one of the best ways to consume CBD

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Have you ever noticed the satisfying feeling that comes when we eat chocolates? This sensation has made cocoa a global primary fruit for centuries. It happens that when we eat chocolate its components manage to activate specific receptors in the brain that are responsible for increasing the flow of endorphins.

Most important of all, this receptor system is also activated when we consume extracts of the cannabis sativa plant such as cannabidiol (CBD). In other words, the feeling of extreme happiness is produced by the activation of a system known as the Endocannabinoid System (ECS). The SEC is a system of receptors where cannabinoids adhere when they enter our body.

Activating the happiness molecule

During research on the effects of cannabinoids in the body, scientists came across a powerful neurotransmitter called Anandamide. When we talk about brain health, we will take into account that Anandamide causes the regulation of serotonin and dopamine. This is advantageous for neurotransmitters.

The regulation of neurotransmitters is favorable for biological balance in areas such as mood, appetite and cognitive functions such as memory, learning, thinking, feelings, and intuition.

The word Anandamida was coined from the Sanskrit word “extreme happiness”. And back to the subject, this is the reason why it tastes so good when we leave a little piece of chocolate on our tongue.

Chocolate is considered to be one of the richest foods in anandamide and together with fats play an important role as carriers of lipids. It is said that these characteristics could have improvements in neuroplasticity, improve cognition, memory and, in addition, could extend the effects of CBD.

Studies have shown how chocolate can improve the bioavailability of cannabinoids. According to one study, chocolate enhances the effects of CBD through the lipid protection exerted by fats. Thus, higher amounts of CBD enter the bloodstream.

As a conclusion, the ability of edibles to digest cannabinoids is interesting because they can sometimes prolong their effects. Many people consume Osmosis chocolates for their amount of CBD (100 mg/ 35 g) and for their delicious taste.

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