Every person is uniquely different in some way. Think of it as a snowflake, no snowflake is identical to any other one. Think about how many snowflakes there are in single winter snowfall. That’s a big number as well as the number in our population consisting of seven billion humans. Each one of us in some micro or macro way, simply unique.
Well, just like the snowflake we all have our variations including our endocannabinoid systems. Each slightly different in one individual biology to the next.
The Endocannabinoid System is biological! The molecular makeup of endocannabinoids. They are neurotransmitters. What do they do exactly? They bind to cannabinoid receptors, which in aspect is a key factor in the role of communications with our peripheral nervous system, and vertebrate central nervous system. This includes a variety of brain functionalities.
In order for an individual to obtain and continuously retain a balance within their emotions, psyche, and physical planes we must understand the vital roles each system is functioning at in these perspectives to acutely speculate how to direct that balance into day to day life.