WHAT ARE ENTHEOGENS?
“Connecting to the Sacred Paradise within”
Entheogens are a class of naturally occurring psychoactive substances that are used in religious, shamanic, and spiritual contexts that produce non-ordinary states of consciousness, psychological, and sometimes physiological improvement changes.
Ayahuasca is a powerfully sacred brew that has a long history for the indigenous peoples in the Upper Amazon (Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, and Bolivia). It is made from the banisteriopsis caapi vine and psychotria viridis leaves. It’s potential therapeutic properties include treating addiction, depression, anxiety, and suppressed memories and trauma.
The entheogenic compound mescaline is found in the San Pedro and Peruvian Torch cacti and peyote. These medicines have been used for thousands of years among indigenous groups in North, Central, and South America in religious ceremonies. It’s potential medicinal use is treatment of alcoholism and depression
Psilocybin is a naturally occurring psychoactive compound found in fungi from all around the world. It acts on the brain through changes of perception, cognition, and emotion. Numerous studies have shown the positive potential these treatment avenues have in addressing depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, addiction, and end-of-life anxiety.
Stress, Anxiety, Depression,
& Alzheimer, Parkinson.
We seek to help all pathologies, especially those associated with the CNS (central nervous system) and degenerative diseases that compromise the normal functioning of the mind/body.
MEDICAL APPOINTMENT FOR FAMILY
Consult a doctor who specializes in the endocannabinoid system and, according to your requirements, he will provide you with a prescription and a medical report for you and your family to start your treatment.
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HEALTH is WELLNESS
Nothing is more powerful than a healthy mind and body when it comes to your from Nature. We make sure patients have access to health and counseling services to help cope with personal problems, deal with emotional crises, and receive professional health assessments and treatments. If this is an urgent concern for yourself or a fellow patients, please make contact with us.
“I had depression and couldn’t study for years. Lack of concentration and irritability. with the medicines from Sacred Paradise i could get my life back, i am so grateful!”
Julian D. – Age 23
I'm 88 years old, I had an accident and fell fracturing a vertebra, I felt pain all over my body. I used the full spectrum oil, the night I used it for the first time, I was able to sleep and every day I feel better, the pains have given up and I think the oil is miraculous!
Joana: Age 88
"I had very inflamed sciatica, I used fullspectrum oil for a few days and I had a very significant improvement, I was not able to do anything else at home and I had difficulty walking, in a few days I was able to take care of the house and move around. Just gratitude 🙏🏾"
Suzy – Mother: Age 65
Frequently Asked Questions
What are cannabinoids?
There may be 113 different cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. The most researched of these cannabinoids are CBD and THC. The cannabinoids in the plant are stored in the trichomes, or crystals of the plant. It is the trichomes on cannabis buds that give the plant a specific shine. The THC is responsible for the feeling of “euphoria” you feel when using marijuana. The other main cannabinoid is CBD. It has no psychoactive properties and is 100% legal in many countries around the world, being derived from hemp. Some other exciting cannabinoids are cannabigerol (CBG), cannabinol (CBN) and chromene cannabis (CBC).
What are The endocannabinoid System?
The endocannabinoid system is made up of cannabinoids and cannabinoid receptors. Cannabinoids are like keys. They bind to the cannabinoid receptor, unlocking it and causing changes in cell function. These changes lead to a variety of different effects throughout the body. When using cannabis, THC and CBD enter the endocannabinoid system and bind to cannabinoid receptors. The two types of cannabinoid receptors are CB1 and CB2. Most of the CB1 receptors that THC binds to are found in the brain. CB2 receptors, on the other hand, are spread throughout the rest of the body, and it is these receptors that CBD binds to.
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