When you eat chocolate with CBD, the receptors are activated, and anandamide levels increase. Sugar in chocolate enhances this effect by nourishing the ECS (endocannabinoid system). This affects various cognitive processes, such as suppressing pain, normalizing restlessness, and improving mood.
When using, positive effects occur from 20 to 60 minutes. It depends on your dosage, the symptoms, and the emptiness of the stomach.
Benefits of CBD Chocolate
Both CBD and (quality) chocolate have numerous health benefits. Milk chocolate is the most common type in the world, and it contains only about ten percent of cocoa. However, it contains too much fat and sugar. For the correct effect of chocolate on the body, we recommend that you choose dark chocolate with a high cocoa content.
The Bliss Molecule
Anandamide (AEA) is a neurotransmitter produced in the body that is derived from arachidonic acid. Its name comes from the Sanskrit word ananda, which means “happiness, pleasure, joy, and delight.” (That’s how it earned its “bliss molecule” moniker.)
Cacao (the main ingredient in chocolate) and hemp-derived CBD both naturally contain AEA as well as compounds (N-acylethanolamines) that slow its breakdown. It works like this: we all have an enzyme known as fatty acid amide hydrolase or FAAH. Once anandamide enters a cell, FAAH starts to break it down. In other words, FAAH is a big killjoy. The good news is that they both interfere with FAAH’s ability to break down anandamide, giving our naturally-produced bliss a longer lifespan.
If you choose your product correctly, you will easily choose a dosage and will be able to use it anywhere and anytime. Having tried it once, you will realize that this is the most pleasant way to use CBD.