"What do you mean my body makes cannabinoids?!?"

Have you ever wondered how your body stays in balance through the chaos of daily life? Discovered in the 1990s, the Endocannabinoid System is a complex network woven into your nervous system, stretching from your brain to every corner of your body. It's an internal conductor, ensuring everything from your mood to your immune response plays in perfect harmony.

How Does It Work?

When stressors activate certain cells, they produce molecules called endocannabinoids. These endocannabinoids then travel throughout the body attaching to sensory receptors in order to modulate their signals. Sometimes they speed signals up and other times they slow signals down.

What Does the ECS Do?

The ECS plays a vast and vital role in keeping our lives on track. From managing stress and pain to regulating appetite and memory, it's a key player in our overall health. It quietly keeps everything in check.

How Does Cannabis Help Regulate the ECS?

Sometimes, our bodies might not produce enough endocannabinoids. This can be linked to tricky health issues. It's like a car running low on oil. That's why understanding and supporting the ECS is crucial for our well-being.

Fortunately, the phytocannabinoids found in plants such as cannabis are very similar to the endocannabinoids our body makes on its own. We are just now discovering the best ways to formulate these plant-based cannabinoinds into products that hep support our bodies most important functions.

That is what we call Naternal.