320 – The Endocannabinoid System – Part 4 – Endo Brain

Endocannabinoid Support for Memory, Cognition and Clarity

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This is Part 4 of my series on the Endocannabinoid System. In this interview with Dr. Jeffrey Burke we will discuss Endo Brain.

Endo Brain provides the proprietary, full-spectrum PhytoCannabinoid Complex (PPC) as well as herbs and botanicals to support mental acuity and cognitive function.* These include ginkgo, bacopa and huperzine. Endo Brain naturally helps support mental acuity and cognition by nurturing and nourishing your endocannabinoid system in the following ways:

  • Supports memory and cognition*
  • Has beneficial effects on key neurotransmitters*
  • Facilitates homeostasis (biological balance of body and mind)*
  • Nourishes the endocannabinoid receptor sites*
  • Aids production and retention of endocannabinoids*

Over the course of this series we have considered products for anxiety, mood and sleep and now memory and concentration. Each of these challenges can be inter-related as a problem and can easily lead to challenges in the others. Stress can affect sleep. Poor sleep can affect mental clarity. And they can all affect your mood. The challenge is to figure out the best way to nourish your system. What is most effective for you? You are unique and the best solution is the one that works best for you. This is a process of discovery. Seek to understand the distinctions between products. As you experiment you will discover that which suits you best.

The Healing Power of the Endocannabinoid System

What follows is excerpted from the booklet by Dr. Michael Murray et.al. entitled The Healing Power of the Endocannabinoid System.

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ONE OF THE GREAT ENEMIES to the integrity and function of the ECS is stress. Job pressures, family arguments, financial pressures, time management, and even traffc are just a few of the “stressors” we are faced with on a daily basis. Whether acute or chronic, stress short circuits the incredibly complex ECS—making it vitally important to effectively deal with your stress triggers.

Of course, whether you are aware of it or not, you have developed a pattern for coping with stress. But unfortunately, most people rely on methods that ultimately do not support good health, such as overeating, uncontrolled emotional outbursts, feelings of helplessness, having a cocktail or beer, or smoking a cigarette.

It is important for you to identify any negative coping patterns and replace them with positive, effective stress-management methods. Stress-reduction techniques and dietary supplements can jump-start your ECS This involves four equally important areas:

  • Learning and using techniques to calm the mind and promote a positive mental attitude
  • Following a healthy lifestyle, including regular physical exercise
  • Eating a healthful diet
  • Utilizing key dietary and botanical supplements that support the ECS and reduce your body’s stress response

Clinical endocannabinoid deficiency syndrome (CEDS)

CEDS reduced endocannabinoid activity has been linked to a variety of illnesses. Whether CEDS is the result of poor diet, lack of exercise, drug abuse, environmental toxins, or genetic factors, endocannabinoid deficits are associated with a reduced ability or inability to adapt to chronic stress. Prolonged exposure to stress depletes endocannabinoid tone, and this, in turn, has an adverse impact on a plethora of physiological processes.

So how do you guard against CEDS? By boosting the ECS. And scientific evidence indicates that the best way to do this may be by focusing on non-cannabis approaches such as diet, dietary supplements, and healthy lifestyle choices. A wide range of plant compounds and dietary factors work harmoniously to maximize this beautiful system.

Exercise and The ECS

We’ve all heard about the “runner’s high” when endorphins and other powerful feelgood chemicals are released from the brain when we exercise. As it turns out, the ECS is strongly linked to that runner’s high. Researchers have found that exercise increases the sensitivity of cannabinoid receptors in the part of the brain that activates pleasure. When we exercise, we enhance the ECS. In a way, the ECS is designed to reward exercisers. The more we exercise the more the ECS is stimulated to pump out those positive hormones, which creates an incredibly important health-promoting cycle. Exercise has such a wide variety of health benefits that it’s no surprise that it also helps enhance the ECS as well.” End Excerpt

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About Dr. Jeffrey Burke – Dr. Burke has been in the health and nutrition field for well over three decades. Dr. Burke went back to school to become a Naturopathic Physician and a Master Herbalist, and received his degree in 2012. In August of 2012, he was inducted into the Nevada Broadcasting Hall Of Fame. Dr. Burke’s passion is spreading the word on nutrition. Dr. Burke does a daily radio show in Las Vegas called The Staying Healthy Show.

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