Echinacea and the Endocannabinoid System

Posted by Star on Jul 25th 2020

Echinacea and the Endocannabinoid System

Disclaimer: I feel like I can't say what I want. So please note that some of this may be considered opinion and that I'm not a doctor, a scientist, or a medical professional. I'm a guy who's passionate about spreading truth when it comes to the science behind herbalism based off scholarly journals, observation, and intense desire to fight misinformation. Misinformation is more than just bogus news articles, it's also word of mouth that has plagued our society by creating false stereotypes about subjects such as herbalism. I've been fighting it for over a decade and will continue to peruse this mission. Statements and items are not evaluated, nor are they approved by the FDA. They're not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure, any ailments, conditions, diseases, etc. Thanks

Echinacea is one of the most widely researched medicinal plants on the planet. What a lot of people don't know is that it actually produces pharmacological phytochemicals which are evolved by the highly skilled intelligence of the universe, in accordance to the digital blue prints encoded into the very plants DNA. The plant itself uses the suns energy, and the biospheres water and air, to ever so precisely construct mind-mindbogglingly complex pharmacological compounds and alkaloids fueled by the incredible energy captured via photosynthesis. This process is crafted and designed by natural forces of infinite intelligence which brought you and I into existence. To those who think there is no intelligence behind reality, understand that these are incontrovertibly facts worth contemplating. Acknowledge and surrender to the infinite creative potential of that which we call reality.

The roots of Echinacea are the most potent part of the plant. The flowers are often the most over-looked. According to shamanic tradition, the appearance and color of a plants leaves actually indicate their potential benefit. In fact, there is an entire sub-field of psychology called color psychology. The more you look into it, it becomes apparent that nature has woven together a complex and mind-boggling system of symbiotic synchronistic phenomenon, all of which exhibit universal symbolism, meaning, and purpose. So the pink flowers indicate love and purity, which the plant surely shows from my experience. Once you defeat horrible feelings associated with illness using this, you'll grasp how loving the plant truly is. As a guy, I love it's feminine energy, because what guy doesn't want to be embraced by a beautiful loving feminin energy..

The roots of the plant contain a type of lipophilic constituent known as Alkamides. These constituents are similar in structure with anandamide, a neurochemical which is a type of cannabinoid! Research suggest that "The alkamides exhibited selective affinity especially to CB2 receptors and can therefore be considered as CB ligands." Woah right? If you check out the vast amount of research published by scholars online via scholar.google.com, You'll notice an endless array of research being conducted on these pharmacological plants and herbs. So to state that there is no scientific inquiry into the potential of herbalism, is to simply regurgitate propaganda, which is being spread among the masses in a diabolical attempt to control the population by controlling drugs and medicines, rather than allowing freedom and health prosperity.

The research also suggest that Echinacea and its active principles act as immunomodulators.  You will experience and orgasmic state of ecstasy at a cellular level more epic and astronomical than anything you could possibly imagine on the outside as every atom in your body right down to the core of your soul finishes. Get a towel.. Thank you for stopping by, and please, come back soon!

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References:

Woelkart, K., Xu, W., Pei, Y., Makriyannis, A., Picone, R. P., & Bauer, R. (2005). The endocannabinoid system as a target for alkamides from Echinacea angustifolia roots. Planta medica, 71(08), 701-705.

Chicca, A., Raduner, S., Pellati, F., Strompen, T., Altmann, K. H., Schoop, R., & Gertsch, J. (2009). Synergistic immunomopharmacological effects of N-alkylamides in Echinacea purpurea herbal extracts. International immunopharmacology, 9(7-8), 850-858.

Whitfield, T. W., & Whiltshire, T. J. (1990). Color psychology: a critical review. Genetic, social, and general psychology monographs.

Heaven, R., & Charing, H. G. (2006). Plant spirit shamanism: Traditional techniques for healing the soul. Simon and Schuster.