Immune Support for the Endocannabinoid System

Moving beyond CBD for Immune Support

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In this interview Sara Pluta will discuss the non-CBD approach for supporting the Endocannabinoid system (ECS). We are learning that the ECS has profound influence on the immune system as we are learning that the ECS has a master role throughout the body.

We will also discuss the newest product for Emerald Health Bioceuticals: Endo Immune. Endo Immune is designed to support natural immunity.*

DISCLAIMER: We are not suggesting that nutrition is a cure or treatment for any disease and especially not for the COVID-19 virus*.

What we are suggesting is that powerful nutrients are an important part of your regimen to stay healthy. It is one part of a strategic approach to dealing with these times. Dr. Schwartz would be the first to agree that there are many ways to manage your risk and the wise person will employ most of them. A strategic approach will lead to a reduction in risk and include a targeted plan to stay healthy.

  • Eat a wide variety of healthy natural foods.
  • Take targeted nutritional supplements based on your needs.
  • Get out in the sunshine
  • Drink plenty of pure water
  • Practice deep breathing
  • Get restful sleep
  • Move
  • Have a healthy mental attitude and approach to life
  • Connect with your spiritual self

This is a plan for your lifetime. These are the foundations of health. The more you shape your life to be built on these foundations, the better your health and immunity will be over time.

Because of the unprecedented nature of the current COVID-19 viral outbreak, there is renewed interest in how best to support the immune system. It is critical that you understand how best to protect yourself and to enhance your own natural immune function. You have undoubtedly heard the news and discussions of best practices to reduce exposure. Do your best to follow those recommendations.

 

Note: The views and opinions expressed here are those of the author(s) and contributor(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the publisher and editors of WholeFoods Magazine. Information in this article is intended for educational and scientific purposes only. It is not intended as medical or nutritional advice for the treatment or prevention of disease. For medical advice, consult a health care practitioner. 

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