Cannabinoids can be produced by the body called endocannabinoids. The best known is anandamide, which is found especially in breast milk that is given to newborns.

Cannabinoids can also come from foods of plant origin, called phytocannabinoids. Synthetic cannabinoids also exist today when produced in the laboratory.

Currently, our body needs to adapt to external influences, which are not part of its true nature, such as stress, a lack of physical activity, urbanization, industrial food, the disappearance of hemp, etc. Our body is more and more cut off from its ecosystem and now produces less endocannabinoids, our ECS is stimulated much less. This is why phytocannabinoids play such a vital role in the proper functioning of our ECS.

Phytocannabinoids from the whole hemp plant, as in broad spectrum CBD oil, can fully nourish the SEC, due to the multitude of cannabinoids that are preserved in the oil. In addition, the other elements of CBD oil, such as terpenes and flavonoids, work synergistically and increase the effectiveness of the elixir through the entourage effect.