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Introduction

The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) is involved in multiple physiological and psychological functions of clinical interest. Notably, the ECS and the functions it regulates can be variably modulated by phytocannabinoids. [1-3]

Clinical studies indicate the intake of phytocannabinoids can provide health benefits for some people [4-8, 14, 15, 21, 22]. The efficacy and safety of phytocannabinoid intake appears to improve when delivered in a full spectrum complex instead of in isolation [see subsection].

Clinical applications demand endocannabinoid supplements be science-driven phytocannabinoid preparations with exceptional certified potencies and purity. [4]

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