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Pachamama Athletic rub

Pachamama Athletic Rub is a plant-based skin moisturizer made with only ingredients that come from Mother Earth herself. This rub comprises of ethically produced shea butter and cacao butter that works to hydrate the body by protecting the integrity of your skin’s lipid barrier. Coupled with 500mg [approximately 15-20mg per massage] of full-spectrum CBD and essential oils of lavender and peppermint plants, the Athletic Rub supports muscle recovery with the power of soothing yet revitalizing botanicals. Allow for complete absorption with this product to achieve the maximum benefits it has to offer. It can be used throughout the day, whenever you need it.

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What is CBD and Why Does It Work?



Think about cannabinoids as message-bearers and receptor sites as the guards that receive and act on that message. 

Receptors reside on the surface of cells and depending on the type of cell that receptor lives on, the effect that takes place once a cannabinoid delivers a message can impact things such as mood, immune function, cognitive function, etc.

The endocannabinoid system is essentially a network of these receptors and endogenous cannabinoids that communicate with nearly all flowing parts of the mind and body. 

Scientists all over the world are continuously researching the endocannabinoid system for diversified reasons. Researchers have discovered that the ECS’s primary function is to balance our bodies’ other systems and enhance homeostasis within our bodies.

CB1 receptor distribution is found to be well documented in the brain. These receptors are highly found in cortical regions, the cerebellum, and the hippocampus. The fact that they are found in the brain helps to explain their pharmacodynamic effects.

CB2 receptors are dense in immune cells and in the peripheral nervous system. For this reason, they are thought to be important in regards to inflammation and immune function. A 2013 study conducted by the Professor of Anesthesiology, Utah University School of Medicine uncovers ample evidence that CB2 receptor activation reduces nociception.