Good Ol’ Boys presents a talk about Broad Spectrum Hemp, and why we all need it!

Good Ol’ Boys, Unveiling the Mysteries of Hemp: A Journey to Health and Healing

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Good Ol’ Boys asks a simple question, do you truly understand the distinction between hemp and marijuana products? Have you harnessed the power of hemp in your life? These questions lead us to an enlightening exploration of the world of cannabinoids and the profound impact they have on our well-being, for instance.

In today’s society, we’re witnessing a shift towards informed consumption, because over 50% of users research their hemp products, a stark contrast to the past. This trend, for instance, highlights our growing curiosity about what we put into our bodies.

But can you confidently differentiate between hemp and marijuana? Just as there are diverse apple tree species, the “Cannabis Sativa” plant also boasts its own variations, with one critical divergence—THC content.

[1] Is “marijuana” merely another term for “cannabis”?

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The terms “cannabis” and “marijuana” are often used interchangeably, but they carry nuanced meanings.

Let’s delve into the fascinating world of cannabis. This term encompasses all the various derivatives originating from the Cannabis sativa plant, which is home to an astonishing array of approximately 540 distinct chemical substances. This diversity is nothing short of intriguing.

On the other hand, “marijuana” refers specifically to parts or products of the Cannabis sativa plant containing significant levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the compound primarily responsible for the psychoactive effects of marijuana. Some cannabis plants contain minimal THC, classifying them as “industrial hemp” rather than marijuana under U.S. law.

Now, why do hemp products stand apart?

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It all comes down to the extraction process, because it is the cornerstone of hemp product quality. Proper extraction sets the stage for the remarkable differences in hemp products. The gold standard extraction method is where the “Good Ol’ Boys” distinguish themselves, as a matter of fact.

Good Ol’ Boys employs a patented, industry-leading extraction method that is second to none, ensuring excellence in all their products.

With this newfound appreciation for extraction methods, let’s delve deeper into the world of hemp and understand why it’s an essential addition to our lives.

Who among us diligently takes vitamins and supplements, for example? The motivation behind this practice is often nutrient deficiency, in short, it’s a consequence of our food sources lacking crucial elements. Similarly, many of us are cannabinoid deficient due to what we might call “nutrient deficiencies.”

Did you know that your body produces its own cannabinoids? That is to say, this intriguing phenomenon arises from the body’s creation of four key cannabinoids: Anandamide, Oxytocin, Serotonin, and Acetylcholine.

However, most individuals suffer from deficiencies in these vital cannabinoids due to nutrient deficiencies and the stress of modern life.

Enter the Endo-Cannabinoid System (ECS), your internal system responsible for regulating and repairing your entire body. And guess what it thrives on? Cannabinoids!

The hemp plant boasts PhytoCannabinoids, which can supplement the cannabinoids your body fails to produce, addressing the cannabinoid deficiencies that underlie numerous health issues, for instance.

The Endo-Cannabinoid System, critical not only for humans but also for animals across various species, operates via Endo-Cannabinoids and Phyto-Cannabinoids found in hemp. These molecules facilitate communication between your brain and every living cell in your body, orchestrating essential functions.

So, what exactly are cannabinoids? In hemp, about 148 different molecules have been identified as cannabinoids, with CBD reigning supreme.

Interestingly, cannabinoids aren’t exclusive to hemp; other plants also contain a few of these molecules. You may unknowingly consume phytocannabinoids in your daily meals.

Hemp products can be classified into three fundamental categories:

CBD Isolate, Full Spectrum, and Broad Spectrum.

  • CBD Isolate: Pure CBD with no other hemp-derived cannabinoids.
  • Full Spectrum: Contains all hemp-derived cannabinoids, including THC, in legal amounts (< 0.3% concentration).
  • Broad Spectrum: Contains all hemp-derived cannabinoids without measurable THC.

Now, let’s unravel how our bodies utilize hemp’s cannabinoids and those produced internally.

[2] How does it work?

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Neurotransmitters like Serotonin Activate the Endocannabinoid System

The ECS consists of three core components:

  1. Endocannabinoids: These are molecules produced by your body, similar to cannabinoids but naturally synthesized.

Experts have identified four key endocannabinoids:

  • Anandamide (ANA or AEA)
  • Oxytocin (Oxt or OT)
  • Serotonin (5-HT)
  • Acetylcholine (ACh)

These molecules ensure smooth internal functions, and your body generates them as needed. Unfortunately, most people suffer from endocannabinoid deficiencies.

  1. Endocannabinoid System (ECS): Now, let’s delve into the Endocannabinoid Receptors, which are integral components of the Endocannabinoid System (ECS). These receptors are dispersed throughout your body, strategically positioned to interact with endocannabinoids (like Serotonin) and initiate ECS responses. There exist two primary receptor types within this intricate system: CB1 receptors, predominantly found within the central nervous system, and CB2 receptors, which abound in the peripheral nervous system and within immune cells. This duality in receptor distribution underscores the ECS’s multifaceted role in maintaining your overall well-being.
  2. Enzymes: Enzymes facilitate the breakdown of endocannabinoids once they’ve fulfilled their purpose.

The ECS’s role is to establish and maintain homeostasis, or balance, within your body. It governs functions as diverse as appetite, body temperature, mood, mental clarity, pH balance, blood pressure, and immune response. In essence, the ECS is the linchpin of your physical, mental, and emotional well-being, a critical system in both human and animal bodies, including mammals, reptiles, birds, fish, and amphibians.

Now, back to hemp products and their potential to address a multitude of health concerns:

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  • Mood disorders
  • Autoimmune disorders
  • Physical diseases
  • Mental and emotional issues
  • ADD and ADHD
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Schizophrenia
  • Stress management
  • Seizure control
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Now, let’s take a closer look at stress, which stands as the leading cause of death in the United States. This pervasive issue is responsible for a range of health problems, including heart disease, cancer, the overproduction of cortisol (commonly known as the stress hormone), and heart attacks.

Autoimmune disorders, on the other hand, have a common root, which is inflammation. For instance, conditions like Celiac Disease are characterized by inflammation in the gastrointestinal tract. This inflammation can potentially lead to severe complications. However, hemp products, known for their anti-inflammatory properties, provide hope in mitigating this inflammation and facilitating the restoration of health.

Fibromyalgia, characterized by chronic inflammation that damages the protective layer of the nervous system, can be likened to an exposed electrical cord. Consequently, hemp comes into play by aiding in the reconstruction of this protective sheath.

On the other hand, arthritis, which is associated with chronic inflammation leading to bone thickening, experiences relief through hemp’s remarkable capacity to reduce or completely eliminate arthritic inflammation.

The potential of hemp products is extensive, and we’ve only begun to explore their capabilities. Clearly, the importance of incorporating a high-quality hemp product into your daily routine is now apparent.

Broad Spectrum products, as exemplified by Good Ol’ Boys, represent the pinnacle of the industry, delivering the utmost in health and wellness benefits.

So, let’s join forces in tackling these health challenges, as any one of us may encounter them at any stage in life. By effectively managing inflammation and stress, we reinforce our overall well-being.

We invite you to accompany us, The Good Ol’ Boys Team, on this voyage towards happier and healthier lives—one extraordinary day at a time!


[1] NCCIH – Cannabis, Marijuana, and Cannabinoids: What You Need to Know

[2] Introduction to the Endocannabinoid System, by Dr. Ethan Russo, MD
Medical Director, PHYTECS

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