323 – The Endocannabinoid System – Part 5 – Endo Inflame

Promoting a healthy response to pain and inflammation.

Inflammation & Pain Support
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This is the fifth and final interview with Dr. Jeffrey Burke on the Endocannabinoid support products from Emerald Health Bioceuticals. This has been a fascinating and in-depth look at the endocannabinoid system and at how nutritional herbs provide deep support. CLICK HERE for access to all the interviews with Dr. Jeffrey Burke.

We have also covered much of the content in the booklet “The Healing Power of the Endocannabinoid System”. This booklet by Dr. Michael Murray et al. describes how the endocannabinoid system works and its role in human health. He discusses some of nature’s most potent plants when it comes to providing ECS support. Hint: it’s not all about CBD or other cannabis extracts. It is Dr. Murray’s opinion that these other plants may, for some, works better than CBD.

Nourishing the endocannabinoid system provides benefits for the following

The Healing Power of the Endocannabinoid System
  • Stress and anxiety*
  • Depression*
  • Insomnia*
  • Fatigue*
  • Pain/inflammation*
  • Digestive issues*
  • Brain function* and much more.

Emerald Health Bioceuticals will send you a FREE copy. You may also find copies at your local independent health food store.

To Order:
Contact Emerald Health
Request free book offer with code word “health quest”
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PhytoCann Herbs

Endo Inflame by Emerald Health Bioceuticals is one of the most popular formulas. Certainly pain and inflammation are problems for many. Endo Inflame uses the proprietary PhytoCann Complex and is complemented by two well-known herbs for inflammation: curcumin and boswellia. Here is an excerpt from the booklet:

“Natural products to modulate the ECS. There are a number of plant extracts that support the ECS on multiple levels. The top six include:

  • Clove oil (concentrated forβ-caryophyllene). The pain-relieving aspects of clove oil are well known—mothers have used it to soothe the irritated gums of teething infants for generations. Clove oil contains several analgesic ingredients, but the one most researched for its effects on the ECS is β-caryophyllene. This compound is able to bind with great affinity to CB2 receptors, and is thought to be one of the ECS’ primary mechanisms to reduce pain.
  • Echinacea purpurea. Compounds in echinacea called alkylamides bind to CB2 receptors with great affinity, helping to boost the immune system. They also prolong the effects of anandamide on the ECS. Clinical studies on an alkylamide-rich extract have shown positive effects for relieving stress and anxiety.
  • Zanthoxylum or Sichuan pepper. This tingly pepper contains alkylamides that display very strong affinity to CB1 and CB2 receptors. These compounds also influence transient receptor potential channels, which are involved in the electrical control of cells, help cells communicate with each other, and work closely with the ECS.
  • Peony. This exotic flowering plant contains paeoniflorin, which has a number of benefits for endocannabinoid influence on cellular function. Like the alkylamides in Sichuan peppers, paeoniflorin influences transient receptor potential channels that are involved in the electrical control of cells and feelings of pain.
  • Ginger. This herb has a multitude of health benefits. In particular, it helps the ECS mediate some pain, inflammation, and gastrointestinal effects. Ginger’s volatile components also influence transient receptor potential channels.
  • Magnolia. This fragrant, flowering tree contains magnolol, which is very effective at binding to both CB1 and CB2 receptors. Magnolia extracts also promote a relaxed mental state, which can significantly reduce anxiety”
  • Curcumin. This yellow pigment of turmeric (Curcuma longa)—the chief ingredient in curry—is one of the most intensely researched natural products available today. A variety of clinical studies show that curcumin has anti-inflammatory activity. In addition, research shows that curcumin helps convert the plant-based omega-3 fatty acid ALA into the EPA and DHA omega-3s most commonly found in fsh oil, which could be why vegans in India who eat a diet rich in curry have excellent levels of EPA and DHA, while vegans in North America do not.
  • Boswellia serrata. This herb contains anti-inflammatory compounds boswellic acids and triterpenoids that complement the effects of curcumin. Since these compounds tend to be poorly absorbed in the body, we recommend the Casperome brand of boswellia. Casperome uses a technology called Phytosome to bind boswellia compounds with phosphatidylcholine (a key component of lecithin), which greatly enhance absorption. End excerpt.

Reduce Pain and Inflammation Naturally

Endo Inflame naturally promotes your body’s healthy response to pain and inflammation by nourishing your endocannabinoid system for optimal health and vitality. Endo inflame has positive effects in reducing pain*, by balancing key biological processes for better cellular health.

  • Promotes homeostasis (Biological balance of body and mind)*
  • Supports Endocannabinoid Receptor Sites*
  • Production and Retention of Endocannabinoids*
  • Promotes Mobility and Flexibility*

If you deal with pain and inflammation then it is in your interest to explore the world of nutritional solutions. Remember that pain and inflammation are symptoms of underlying disorder. Reducing pain and inflammation is important especially for those with chronic conditions. Using products like Endo Inflame can provide relief and comfort, which are very important, but they often don’t address underlying issues. For example, if you have joint pain for whatever reason, it is often necessary to seek relief from the pain. But for long term success you must also support the inflamed system or tissues. In the joint pain example, you want to support bones, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, collagen, synovial fluid, circulation, muscles etc.

All or some of these body parts may be involved and you will want to explore additional nutrients that support these tissues. These are your foundational targets. Think less about treating your “disease” and think more about how to provide targeted nutritional support to those specific areas.

Let your doctor treat your disease. Let food and nutritional supplements nourish your body. Your body is programmed for health, healing, maintenance and restoration. The body cannot do these things if you are poorly nourished.

This is the last of 5 interviews with Dr. Jeffrey Burke where we explore each of the individual products from Emerald Health Bioceuticals.

CLICK HERE to listen to all of the Emerald Health Bioceuticals interviews.

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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