Story from: CannabisNow Is there a Third Cannabinoid Receptor? We have long known about the two cannabinoid receptors: CB1 and CB2. Now there is growing awareness of a third such receptor that was identified in 2007. This receptor, … Continued
The endocannabinoid system( ECS), one of the very important systems in our body. It was found in the late eighties buy researchers studying the effect of cannabis on the body, which led to the discovery of the CB1 and CB2 … Continued
Have a good 420 everybody! Maybe brush up on some knowledge and spread it far and wide, and hopefully soon we can all celebrate 420 in peace all around the world. Soon this great documentary from the European … Continued
Can cannabis even be good for your bones? Yes, it sure does seem so. We have many issues relate to our bones, from fractures to more long term issues like osteoporosis, arthritis and inflammations. And is seems cannabis with … Continued
We hope one day that you can talk to your normal doctor and get information like this. Dr Christina Sanchez PhD is one of the leading scientist in cannabis and cancer here in Spain. An older clip:
The Endocannabinoid System & how cannabis oil works is explained in this short video. Also you can ask your doctor what she/he knows about the Endocannabinoid System .
One of the arguments used a frequently by the groups trying to stop the legalization of cannabis, both for medical and recreational use, is that it would increase use among adolescents. And as we all know by now, legalizing medical … Continued
It’s so encouraging to see cannabis being discussed in professional settings. Ethan Russo has many years of experience behind him and the speech is quite interesting. Never a bad idea to learn something new!
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This year will be an exiting year for cannabis research. We are moving on form animal studies to human studies on certain illnesses, which is quite a big step in the right direction. We are all of course very exited … Continued