Got horrible pelvic pain that you can’t pinpoint the location of? How about unusually bad menstrual cramps, painful sex, constipation, or painful urination? All of those could be endometriosis pain symptoms.
Along with the pain is the fear of the unknown. What caused it? What body parts are defective? Will you need surgery?
If you have been diagnosed with endometriosis, you want to get rid of it as fast and as easy as possible. Keep reading, because I am going to show you evidence of a potential endometriosis cure.
If you know 10 women, chances are pretty good that one of them (maybe you) has endometriosis. 
Doctors are calling it a chronic inflammatory disease.  That is an important point to take note of, because inflammation causes pain. Also, CBD (cannbidiol) is known to remove inflammation.
- Nociceptive pain is the result of activating the peripheral nervous system receptors. Which is directly connected to the Endocannabinoid System Receptors. I’ll say more on that as we continue.
The vanilloid receptor 1 (TRPV1) is responsible for feeling the pain created by heat, and has been found in the fluid of the peritoneum of endometriosis patients. This pain is relieved by Cannabidiol (CBD) through the vanilloid receptor 1 (TRPV1). 
- Inflammatory pain is caused by body tissue being injured. That creates chemical reactions within the body which makes you super sensitive to pain.
There is evidence that endometriosis causes inflammation. Which then makes the peripheral nerves more sensitive to pain.  This pain is also relieved by Canabidiol (CBD) through vanilloid receptor 1. 
- Neuropathic pain, simply means that the neurons(part of the nervous system) are inured. Neurons can be injured by physical force or from an infection. Often times this is described as a shooting pain. Endometriosis is able to physically compress and enter the neurons which then causes this type of pain.  CBD (cannabidiol) has been shown to protect nerves and promotes the growth of new neurons (neurogenesis). 
What Causes Endometriosis Pain and Can CBD Cure It?
Endometriosis is caused by little bits of the endometrial lining of the uterus showing up where they don’t belong. Those little bits somehow move into the ovaries, the pelvic area of the peritoneum, the vagina, and the rectum area. 
Some studies indicate that endometriosis is caused by an endocannabinoid deficiency. 
Next, we will talk about how and why that deficiency occurs and what you can do to possibly cure endometriosis.
As I have already mentioned CBD (cannabidiol) is able to stop endometriosis pain, but can it cure it also?
Disclaimer: I am not a medical professional. I provide information that I think will benefit you. If you agree with my personal views and conclusions, then see your doctor to get their professional opinion of what you have learned from me.
Endometriosis and the Endocannabinoid System
Endocannabinoid just means that the cannabinoid was made within (endo) the body.
A cannabinoid is a chemical compound that interacts with receptors within your body.
The two major cannabinoids in marijuana are THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (Cannabidiol).
I discuss the Endocannabinoid System and how it interacts with the menstrual cycle, in detail, in my article: 1 Guilty Pleasure Causes PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome).
For this discussion we only need to know the basics.
The Endocannabinoid System has receptors (called CB1 and CB2) that are in the uterus, ovaries, the brain, the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system.
Those receptors react to cannabinoids that your body produces, and to the cannabinoids in marijuana.
Aarachidonyl ethanolamide (AEA) is just one of the cannabinoids that your body produces.
There are at least 106 cannabinoids in marijuana, but the only ones that have really been studied are THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannbidiol).
CBD does not make you “high” like the THC does. Which is why CBD is sold in all 50 states without a prescription.
Your body’s naturally produced cannabinoid, AEA, is involved throughout the menstrual cycle.  Keep in mind that AEA also interacts with the CB1 and CB2 receptors.
During the menstrual cycle, an oocyte cell in the ovary will mature into an egg (ovum). Oocytes have CB1 and CB2 receptors.  So, the use of marijuana which interacts with the CB1 and CB2 receptors, can interrupt or influence the menstrual cycle.
That could be good or bad depending upon your personal circumstances and health.
Generally, I don’t recommend marijuana, because of the THC content. However, I do highly recommend using CBD (cannabidiol), which has been shown to have many potential health benefits.
Continuing with the menstrual cycle, you need higher levels of AEA during ovulation, but lower levels for the egg to implant successfully.  So, if you are not producing enough of your own AEA cannabinoid, the CBD (cannabidiol) cannabinoid could be what you need.
AEA (arachidonyl ethanolamide) Kills Cervical Cancer
The AEA cannabinoid that your body produces can kill cervical cancer cells via the vanilloid receptor-1 receptors that are mainly found in the peripheral nervous system. 
Additionally, AEA when interacting with the endocannabinoid receptors CB1 and CB2 provides some amount of protection from cervical cancer. 
Cervical cancer tissue taken during biopsies contained the AEA receptors: vanilloid receptor-1, CB1 and CB2.  Which is quite important to female health as we have just seen.
So, if all of this is true, why does cervical cancer ever get started? Well, in my humble, non-doctor opinion, there are probably several reasons.
My guess is that either the natural production of AEA has been reduced (there is evidence of that) , or the receptors have been “turned down” or even “turned off”.
Fortunately, CBD (cannabdiol) oil from the hemp plant interacts with the AEA receptors and can “turn up” those receptors.
Does THC Cause Cancer or Not?
At higher quantities THC reduces cancer cells, but at lower quantities it increases cancer cells.  But what about endometriosis?
Since AEA can kill cervical cancer cells, some people think that THC could have the same effect on endometriosis lesions. This would happen by the THC binding to the CB1, CB2 receptors which is supposed to shorten the life of cancerous cells within the blood stream. 
Cancerous cells, just like healthy cells, need blood to survive. When cancer metastasizing occurs, part of the cancer breaks away and is carried through the blood system (or lymph system) to other parts of the body.
I am just guessing now, but I think that is how endometrium cells get out of the uterus and cause endometriosis. The question then becomes what makes the endometrium cells break off?
THC (Marijuana) Causes Endometriosis?
Well, another study says that AEA and THC causes endometrial cancer cells to move to new locations.  However, this is apparently through “motility” which is the ability of the cells to move by themselves. I’m not a biology expert, but I can’t see where the cells could move very far on their own.
That leads me to guess that when the cells in the uterus move themselves a little bit, that they can “break off” or be “pulled” into the blood stream where they are moved out of the uterus.
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, because it makes sense to me. Also, no one else really knows how endometriosis is caused.
CBD (cannabidiol) Cures Endometriosis?
The good news is that CBD (cannabidiol) “the other” cannabinoid in marijuana acts to stop that cancer cell movement. 
What about non-cancerous endometriosis cells? Well, in this situation, it is assumed that healthy uterine cells would move, or not move, the same way that cancerous cells do.
So, that is the potential cure for endometriosis – taking CBD oil. That’s, because if CBD can stop the endometrial cells of the uterus from moving to other parts of the body, then you wouldn’t have any endometriosis.
As I have already mentioned, CBD Oil will relieve all 3 kinds of endometriosis pain.
There is also the potential of curing your endometriosis.
What have you got to lose?
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