“Is your Endocannabinoid system (ECS) in balance?
Discovered in early 1990s, the human endocannabinoid system serves vital biological functions in our body. The role of the endocannabinoid system is to help control energy balance and plays a very important regulatory role in the secretion of hormones related to reproductive functions and response to stress.
Your body actually makes your own cannabinoids to act upon receptors (in a lock-and-key fashion) from head to toe, including brain, thyroid, fat cells, kidneys, muscle cells, immune cells and more.
CBD stands for Cannabidiol. They are what we call phytocannabinoids derived from hemp. Some people have endocannabinoid deficiency and therefore have sub-optimal pain threshold, sleep disturbances, digestive issues, mood regulation problems and many other impaired physiological functions affected by the ECS.
Come find out about the difference between hemp and marijuana, and how to pick out good quality products.
To emphasize CBD is NOT medical marijuana, but still can be very helpful for your health!”
– Eva Henry, M.D.
Presented by Dr. Eva Henry, this class is FREE and open to the public, so bring a friend!
Dr. Eva Henry holds certifications by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, American Board of Independent Medical Examiners and American Board of Anti-Aging, Regenerative Medicine. She stays current on new and existing Medical practices and trends by attending National and International conferences focusing on brain injuries, neuro-regeneration and maintenance of brain health. She utilizes traditional medical protocols but also keeps an open mind to the vast new breakthroughs in Neurosciences, and incorporates integrative and holistic treatments for her patients, which encompasses neurofeedback, nutrition, hormone optimization, exercise and mindfulness.
Outside of her clinical practice, she authors regularly on brain related topics. As the medical director and investor, Dr. Henry truly believes in the missions and principles of Opti-Life, and you will see her attending classes and exercising! Dr. Henry has committed to be a regular speaker at Opti-U, with topics include hormones, brain-based nutrition, weight management, inflammation, metabolism, environmental toxins and various anti-aging strategies like supplements to boost brain power, promotes longevity and aesthetics.