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In this episode, we chat with Dr. Philip Blair, a board-certified family practitioner and a retired military officer from West Point who does many things to help people transform their lives, including education about CBD oil, low-carb and ketogenic diet approaches, statin injuries, and disease management. He also provides consultations regarding cannabidiol (CBD) from industrial hemp.

Dr blair cbd

Philip Blair, M.D.

Exactly. It’s it was discovered, really identified and in 1992 as a result of looking at some of the THC receptors in the body. And it was realized that there was an entire system in the body from the brain and all tissues of the body that we’re using cannabinoid substances that our body generates. And like any system, it has its synthetic, it has its receptors, it requires enzymes and transport molecules, and it has degradation enzymes as well. So it’s a complete and total system within the body, affecting the brain and every organ of the body. And it its main purpose is to maintain homeostasis. It’s not about doing one thing extremely, it’s just about keeping a normal balance within the body and keeping the body balanced. Now, one of the things that is often overlooked is the understanding that the so called medical marijuana is really all about cannabidiol. That’s the healing substance in it.


Just thinking back to the first part of our conversation where you talked about homeostasis, and just because we have this endocannabinoid system that’s hooked into all of our other systems. And it’s related to appetite and sleep and mood. And all these things, I guess, is the mechanism of how this works, it’s, it’s going to bring you back to balance.

Philip Blair, M.D.

Philip Blair, M.D.