Let’s talk CBD vs. Copaiba
If you don’t know about medical marijuana, CBD, then you need to know that there are two components that have an affect on our body systems – CBD & THC.
CBD interacts with our CB2 receptors & gives us incredible therapeutic benefits such as:
-support occasional pain relief
-supports decreased inflammation
-reduced anticipated emotional feelings
-healthy cell support
-nervous system support
-neuro health support
-supports insulin levels
-supports cardiovascular health
*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’s a THIRD type of cannabinoid–BCP (aka Copaiba). BCP is the long lost relative we always hoped we’d find!
Only just discovered as a cannabinoid in 2008. And while it’s different from CBD, it directly affects the same CB2 receptors & is a much more concentrated form.
🌱CBD derived from hemp has a 2-4% concentration.⠀⠀
🌱CBD derived from cannabis/marijuana has a 5-35% concentration.
🌱Young Living’s BCP? 55%!
Young Living is 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.👍🏽
Young Living also sold more Copaiba in one month than they projected for the entire year! It’s that GOOD!
This oil is amazing to take every day as a dietary supplement. Copaiba Vitality is what comes in your kit (remember–same oil different label!), so start using that baby! 😍
You can put a few drops in a veggie capsule daily, you can apply topically, you can put a drop or 2 under your tongue, put in your water, & diffuse. I’ve also put in my epsom salt soaks to help with muscle tension support.
Excited to send these samples out to share the oily love🌱
PS- if the essential oils you’re using aren’t able to be ingested they’re not 100% all natural like the Seed to Seal guarantee with Young Living. Young Living is the only essential oils I would ingest personally but if you’re looking for another reason to switch to YL.. it’s a great place to start.
Disclaimer: I am not a doctor so I cannot treat, diagnose or prevent anything medically. This is for educational use only.