312 – The Endocannabinoid System – Part 2 – Endo Bliss

Endo Bliss naturally promotes positive mood and outlook*

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This is the second of five interviews with Dr. Jeffrey Burke on the endocannabinoid system (ECS). We will discuss the Emerald Bioceuticals Endo Bliss. We will delve deeply into what make this product unique and effective.

In a world where the focus seems to be only on CBD, we have lost site of the fact that there are many nutritional ways to support the endocannabinoid system and influence the downstream regulation of the systems of the body.

We are learning a great deal about the ECS and each of these podcasts is designed to explore various aspects of the ECS. We are exploring how different products can support different aspects of the ECS. The products from Emerald Health Bioceuticals are all based on what is named the
PhytoCann Complex™ (PCC). PhytoCann Complex™ is a scientific combination of herbs that affect the ECS. These are non-cannabis plants that support the body’s natural production of endocannabinoids and the creation of endocannabinoid receptor sites.

PhytoCann Herbs

PhytoCann Complex™ This is excerpted from the booklet “The Healing Power of the Endocannabinoid System” . See below to order a free copy.

Natural products to modulate the ECS. There are a number of plant extracts that support the ECS on multiple levels. Our top six include: • Clove oil (concentrated forβ-caryophyllene). The pain-relieving aspects of clove oil are well known—mothers have used it to soothe the irritated gums of teething infants for generations. Clove oil contains several analgesic ingredients, but the one most researched for its effects on the ECS is β-caryophyllene. This compound is able to bind with great affinity to CB2 receptors, and is thought to be one of the ECS’ primary mechanisms to reduce pain.

Echinacea purpurea. Compounds in echinacea called alkylamides bind to CB2 receptors with great affinity, helping to boost the immune system. They also prolong the effects of anandamide on the ECS. Clinical studies on an alkylamide-rich extract have shown positive effects for relieving stress and anxiety.

 • Zanthoxylum or Sichuan pepper. This tingly pepper contains alkylamides that display very strong affinity to CB1 and CB2 receptors. These compounds also influence transient receptor potential channels, which are involved in the electrical control of cells, help cells communicate with each other, and work closely with the ECS.

Peony. This exotic flowering plant contains paeoniflorin, which has a number of benefits for endocannabinoid influence on cellular function. Like the alkylamides in Sichuan peppers, paeoniflorin influences transient receptor potential channels that are involved in the electrical control of cells and feelings of pain.

Ginger. This herb has a multitude of health benefits. In particular, it helps the ECS mediate some pain, inflammation, and gastrointestinal effects. Ginger’s volatile components also influence transient receptor potential channels.

Magnolia. This fragrant, flowering tree contains magnolol, which is very effective at binding to both CB1 and CB2 receptors. Magnolia extracts also promote a relaxed mental state, which can significantly reduce anxiety” End Excerpt

Emerald Health Bioceuticals is offering to send you a free copy of the booklet “The Healing Power of the Endocannabinoid System”.  This book will give you a great foundation in understanding the benefits of the ECS and why it is so important to human health. This offer is good while supplies last. Claim your copy today.

The Healing Power of the Endocannabinoid System

To Order:

  • Contact Emerald Health 
  • Request free book offer with code word “health quest”
  • Call 858-375-9989
  • Email to: info@emeraldhealthbio.com 

This booklet is written by leading experts in the field of integrative medicine including Dr. Michael Murray and features the latest scientific information in this exciting area of research. 

In this interview with Dr. Jeffrey Burke we are discussing the Emerald product called Endo Bliss. As it’s name suggests Endo Bliss supports a positive outlook and resistance to daily pressures by nurturing and nourishing your endocannabinoid system. Endo Bliss supports the following:

  • Natural elevation of mood.*
  • Beneficial effects on key neurotransmitters*
  • Homeostasis (biological balance of body and mind)
  • Endocannabinoid Receptor Sites*
  • Production of Endocannabinoids*
  • Retention of Endocannabinoids*

In addition to the PhytoCann Complex, Endo Bliss also contains PharmaGaba, magnolia, echinacea and saffron extract.

About PharmaGABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid). Research shows that low levels of this naturally occurring, major neurotransmitter can lead to several psychiatric and neurological disorders—primarily anxiety, depression, insomnia, and epilepsy. PharmaGABA is manufactured via a fermentation process that utilizes the probiotic Lactobacillus hilgardii. This natural GABA has been shown to produce relaxation effects not achieved by the synthetic form of GABA, which is produced from an industrial solvent.


Research suggests that PharmaGABA is easily absorbed and binds to
GABA receptors outside the brain that ultimately lead to activation of the
parasympathetic nervous system. As a result, within fve to 30 minutes after
digestion, PharmaGABA can produce what is referred to as the “relaxation
response”—a physiological process that is in direct contrast to the stress or
“fght or flight” response.


Specifically, research shows that PharmaGABA can promote relaxation
by increasing the alpha to beta brainwave ratio, preserving salivary antibody production during stressful events, reducing cortisol and other markers of stress, decreasing the amount of time required to go to sleep, and increasing the time spent in deep-sleep stages and REM sleep

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About Dr. Jeffrey Burke – Dr. Burke has been in the health and nutrition field for well over three decades. Dr. Burke went back to school to become a Naturopathic Physician and a Master Herbalist, and received his degree in 2012. In August of 2012, he was inducted into the Nevada Broadcasting Hall Of Fame. Dr. Burke’s passion is spreading the word on nutrition. Dr. Burke does a daily radio show in Las Vegas called The Staying Healthy Show.


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