Delta-9 Tree’s and Omega-3’s | PotSaver
Delta-9 Tree’s and Omega-3’s
Cannabis is fat soluble. Usually, cannabis edibles are made using some form of fat, like butter or vegetable oil. Concerning your health, there are some fats that are good for you and some that are not so good for you. Omega-3 fatty acids are very good for you; in fact, they are considered essential for the maintenance and optimization of human vitality.
Not only are omega-3’s necessary for good health, they improve cardiovascular and cognitive function. They become even more necessary when ingesting high levels of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). However, these fats aren’t just for balancing excess smoking. They actually help the body appropriate cannabis cannabinoids. Provided the proper proportions, the prefixally Greek “Trees and Threes” combination serves as a synergistic prescription for cellular inflammation.
Cannabinoids and Omega-3 Fatty Acids
Cannabis provides the user with an array of homeostatic cannabinoids. In the body, omega-3 fatty acids are converted into anti-inflammatory cannabinoids known as endocannabinoids. The pairing of the cannabis arsenal of cannabinoids with the endocannabinoids produced from omega-3’s allows for greater efficiency in the inhibition of inflammation.
Some of cannabis’s cannabinoids, like cannabidiol (CBD), are used directly for their anti-inflammatory properties. Not only are omega-3’s vital for cognitive function, they serve as a deterrent to senescence and many other forms of age-related decline. The brain and the immune system are both directly influenced by cannabis and omega-3 fatty acids. It is important to note that though the “Trees and Threes” share similarities in function, they do not replace each other; the body cannot produce omega-3 fatty acids on its own.
“Omega-3’s May Help Prevent/Reverse Negative Side Effects”
Whether you smoke or eat cannabis, make sure to establish a daily intake of omega-3’s in your diet. Dry mouth, anxiety, paranoia, and even migraines are commonly reported as reasons why some people don’t smoke. Smokers who experience these symptoms may find relief with the daily ingestion of omega fatty acids.
Excessive THC levels can also sometimes give experiences similar to that of lethargy or incapacitation. Omega-3 fatty acids may help prevent or reverse such negative side effects. Of course, together “Trees and Threes” may help prevent disorder or at least reduce the frequency of inflammation in chronic cases.
Omega-3’s Fight Respiratory Diseases
It is known that omega-3’s and cannabis improve the condition of people with autoimmunity, cancer, cardiovascular disease, cognitive malfunction, diabetes, eating disorders, etc. Omega-3 fatty acids also serve as an aid against limiting respiratory diseases; not surprisingly, even the smoking of cannabis may lessen the frequency of respiratory inflammation for the user. There is an innumerable amount of benefits resulting from the intake of omega’s and cannabis. If a person avoids the foods and actions that further complicate their internal condition, “Trees and Threes” are sure to generate a safer physiological environment.
“Tree’s Require Three’s”
As you may already know, there is a wide variety of cannabis products; some products are extremely concentrated in mainly THC; however, there are some concentrates that are produced using the entire chemical profile of cannabis. If you want more than just cerebral stimulation, then you might want to try using extracts containing a higher variety of cannabinoids and a higher number of terpenes.
Omega-3’s are also obtainable in a variety of ways. If it’s not through food, try taking spoonful’s of a plant-based omega-3 oil. Fish oils are higher in EPA and DHA, but come with more saturated fat and far less Omega-3’s per teaspoon. Just remember that in order to enjoy a healthy internal environment the “Trees” require “Threes”.
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