Cannabinoid receptors are found all over the human body. They build up our endocannabinoid systems, and respond when we consume CBD or any other cannabinoid. In the paper, “Cannabis and endocannabinoid modulators: Therapeutic promises and challenges”, by Igor Grant and Rael Cahn, we learn that endocannabinoids are naturally present in breast milk. Many tests have looked into the relationship between pregnancies and cannabinoids; their results can be found in this medical paper. Unfortunately due to legal restrictions we cannot make any medicinal claims, we leave those conclusions for our readers to discover.
Breast milk is the perfect environment for CBD and other cannabinoids to be present. They adhere easily to fat, which is abundant in breast milk. Fats and cannabinoids share a special relationship, in order to increase the body's bioavailability for cannabinoids, we always suggest adding more healthy fats to your diet. Breast milk serves these two ingredients naturally and are naturally a crucial part in an infants development.
We believe that the natural occurrence of cannabinoids in breast milk will push boundaries for the acceptance of CBD. People will recognise it as an important supplement and clear the taboo reputation it has attracted this past century. Babies are incredibly vulnerable in their early stages and most mothers are naturally trying to improve their immune systems. It’s very interesting that CBD is then naturally produced in breast milk.