Just one more feather in the cap for CBD and the endocannabinoid system from the most unlikely of places.

CARMEL, CA, April 01, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ — The story is all over the news.

Jo Cameron, age 71 is unable to feel pain and anxiety.

It’s always been that way and she’s not alone but in very rare company.

Scientists pinpointed a genetic mutation that was responsible for extraordinary ability.

This discovery in itself is very fascinating for the millions of people suffering from chronic pain and anxiety (one already an epidemic and the other quickly catching up).

The gene in question is the FAAH gene (and a back-up copy called FAAH-OUT).

If you read 99% of the articles on this story, that’s about where they leave off.

It’s only half the story.

There’s an amazing connection between this FAAH gene responsible and CBD (short for cannabidiol).

Research is showing how CBD directly acts on the same chemical pathways as this FAAH gene, albeit, not to the point where you can’t feel pain (which is important).

Learn all about the connection and NIH research here:


The fact that these dots have not been connected is even more telling from this story for a country deep in an opioid crisis and anxiety epidemic.

Learn all about the pain and anxiety pathways affected by CBD here.

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