This recipe will take approximately 45 minutes from start to finish and give you 50 gummy bears. There are some materials that you will need for the process, which are a whisk, spatula, measuring cup, funnel, saucepan, food-grade silicon gummy bear moulds and food-grade condiment bottle. When you have arranged the materials, you need to get the following ingredients:
2 cups of juice or liquid of your choice
24 drops of CBD oil (the mg’s are up to you as the oil’s potency will not affect the outcome)
½ cup of gelatin
1 teaspoon of sweetener (honey is recommended)
Mix the sweetener and the liquid you have chosen and warm this mixture until it starts simmering
Turn off the heat and mix in the gelatin by whisking or blending
Now, you need to add sweetener once again, along with CBD oil
Make sure all the ingredients are mixed together properly and then complete the final stir
The mixture should be poured into the moulds and then placed in the fridge
Let the moulds stay in the fridge until they have firmed
You can now remove the gummy bears from the tray and keep them in an airtight container. You can eat one or two after every 30 minutes until you have consumed the right dosage.
Have a CBD Day!
In a study by the University of South Carolina, the use of cannabidiol or CBD as a hepatitis treatment shows positive results. Various types of hepatitis come with different symptoms and treatments and often times a hepatitis treatment isn’t available; so how do you get through the symptoms? Studies show the use of CBD interacting with our endocannabinoid receptors to provide relief of hepatitis symptoms in viral and autoimmune hepatitis.
For those who have a type of hepatitis that is untreatable, using CBD as a hepatitis treatment might be the most beneficial ways to live with the symptoms.
What is hepatitis? Once you know you are living with hepatitis, it is important to understand what kind you have. There are many different kinds of hepatitis; viral, autoimmune or as a secondary result of coming into contact with something toxic. Hepatitis is the result of inflammation of the liver. Most commonly, one will be diagnosed with viral hepatitis that is caused by a viral infection. Autoimmune hepatitis happens when the body makes antibodies to destroy liver tissue. Exposure to alcohol, medications, drugs or toxins can also cause hepatitis. Different types of hepatitis have various symptoms and how it is given to someone.
Take care of your liver as it is the largest organ in the body. It plays an important role to digest food, remove toxins and store energy. One of the main functions of the liver is to regulate chemicals in the body this will break down harmful substances for them to exit through the feces, called bile. Various vitamins and other essential elements for the body are stored in the liver. Protein synthesis occurs in the liver, production of hormones, red blood cell decomposition, maintains glucose levels and more. Inflammation of the liver from hepatitis will have harsh effects on the body like; migraines, loss of appetite, weight loss, achy muscles and joints, fever and more.
Cannabidiol and hepatitis treatmentIf you are looking to reduce the symptoms of hepatitis, CBD is shown to protect the liver from acute injury. Ultimately, this results in CBD as a hepatitis treatment. During this study mice were injected to induce hepatitis which mimics the symptoms of human hepatitis. Results show that CBD can be used as a hepatitis treatment. Further, CBD treatment on the mice with mimicked hepatitis saw decrease in liver injury.
CBD also had a direct impact on pro-inflammatory cytokines. Levels of these pro-inflammatory cytokines show reduction in after the taking CBD as a hepatitis treatment. This demonstrates that CBD treatment leads to suppression of inflammatory cytokines which protects against damage. Overall this study concludes that CBD is an effective way to protect against induced liver injury in mice.
Since CBD does not provide one with psychoactive effects, using CBD as a hepatitis treatment could be beneficial without side effects of medications. According to this study you are able to take CBD daily to help with the symptoms of hepatitis. Since CBD works on the TRPV 1 receptor. In another study, the use of CBD in both viral and nonviral hepatitis indicates the cannabinoid, CBD, helps to fight against liver injury.
Research on CBG has been limited, but what scientists have discovered thus far is promising. Although cliché, further research is needed to fully understand the healing potential of this phytocannabinoid.
Pre-clinical studies have found that CBG has both anti-inflammatory and anticancer properties.  Specifically, CBG reduces inflammation caused by inflammatory bowel disease  and slows the progression of colon cancer. 
Researchers have also discovered antibacterial and anti-fungal properties in CBG. Most notably, CBG showed potent activity against Staphylococcus aureus—an antibiotic-resistant strain of bacteria.  These findings suggest potential for CBG as an antibacterial agent in treating bacterial infections that are non-responsive to existing antibiotics.
CBG has also shown promise in treating glaucoma , psoriasis , depression and anxiety , and neurodegenerative disorders. 
The cannabis plant’s powerful healing potential is not limited to THC and CBD. Moving forward, more research on the variety of cannabinoids that make up cannabis’ pharmacological profile is crucial in fully understanding the plant’s benefits to human health.
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Why Homeostasis is Important for Health
This is any organisms fundamental process to maintain a stable internal environment. Disturbances in this delicate balance most likely can lead to health problems. Whether or not the body is able to adjust to changes and effectively maintain homeostasis directly impacts the likelihood that a disease or condition will develop.
Science has studied and theorized a possible link for diseases like arthritis, epilepsy, stroke, obesity, Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, and glaucoma associating them with this loss of balance. Whether or not the body is able to adjust to changes and effectively maintain homeostasis directly impacts the likelihood that a disease will develop.
Endocannabinoid system and Homeostasis
Shown to have extensive influence over homeostasis, the endocannabinoid system is responsible for regulating the biochemistry related to an array of processes. Pain management, immune response, appetite, energy regulation, mood, and memory are just some of the functions that are managed by the endocannabinoid system.
The endocannabinoid system supports homeostasis by utilizing cannabinoids and cannabinoid receptors found throughout the immune system and central and peripheral nervous systems. When an imbalance is detected, the body naturally synthesizes cannabinoids to interact with the cannabinoid receptors, which in turn stimulate a chemical response that works to return the physiological process that is out of balance back to homeostasis. Cannabinoids are what allow communication and coordination between different cell types.
The body naturally synthesizes cannabinoids on demand, but scientists believe that in some cases not enough cannabinoids are created for the endocannabinoid system to work effectively. This condition, referred to as clinical endocannabinoid deficiency, has been linked to several health problems and diseases. In these cases, researchers have found evidence that supplementing with phytocannabinoids, such as CBD, could help the endocannabinoid system to function properly and lead to improved health.