Cannabinoids

Cannabis and cannabinoids have been a significant issue in Dunedin, with higher than national vote levels. The new system of banning unproven substances has been working for a few months now. And another thing The Ministry of Health – led in this instance by Associate Minister of Health Peter Dunne – deserves credit for its […]

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Maternal exposure to the CB1 cannabinoid agonist WIN 55212-2 produces robust changes in motor function and intrinsic electrophysiological properties of cerebellar Purkinje neurons in rat offspring. Neuroscience. 2011 Jan 13;172:139-52 Authors: Shabani M, Hosseinmardi N, Haghani M, Shaibani V, Janahmadi M Abstract The cerebellum, which controls coordinated and rapid movements,…read more at http://www.iqsociety.org/2011/12/20/maternal-exposure-to-the-cb1-cannabinoid-agonist-win-55212-2-produces-robust-changes-in-motor-function-and-intrinsic-electrophysiological-properties-of-cerebellar-purkinje-neurons-in-rat-offspring/

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Convulsions Associated with the Use of a Synthetic Cannabinoid Product. Schneir AB, Baumbacher T. J Med Toxicol 2011 Dec 13 [Epub ahead of print] Abstract  Presenting signs and symptoms often seen after a patient has been exposed to a synthetic cannabinoid product such as “Spice” or “K2″ include agitation, paranoia, and tachycardia. Seizures are rare. This […]

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Cannabinoid Profile: THC [Viedo] Get an intensive crash course on the benefits of THC as well as how it is synthesized in the cannabis plant, and tested for using standardized methods by SC Labs. Fri Dec 16 08:58 am, 2011 views: 127 from: towelie category: video …read more at http://420.com/headlines/single/24685

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Electroacupuncture (EA) can produce analgesia by increasing the beta-endorphin level and activation of peripheral mu-opioid receptors in inflamed tissues. Endogenous cannabinoids and peripheral cannabinoid CB2 receptors (CB2Rs) are also involved in the antinociceptive effect of EA on inflammatory pain. However, little is known about how peripheral CB2Rs interact with the endogenous opioid system at the […]

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Abstract Despite the important role of cannabinoid CB1 receptors (CB1R) in brain development, little is known about their status during adolescence, a critical period for both the development of psychosis and for initiation to substance abuse. In the present study, we assessed the ontogeny of CB1R in adolescent and adult rats in vivo using positron […]

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” / Speak Your Mind Cancel reply Realtime blog statistics <!– WassUp 1.8.1 timestamp: 2011-12-18 01:54:46PM UTC (01:54PM) If above timestamp is not current time, this page is cached. –> …read more at http://www.medicinalgenomics.com/cannabinoid-papers/

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Brothers and sisters, its time to take to the streets.  This decision comes amid continuing persecution, and tyrannical actions on behalf of the federal government to put money before its citizens. I for one will continue to “poison” myself with thc, and any plant medicine i so choose, and FUCK anyone who tries to take […]

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They are licensing this company to develop medicines from synthetic cannabanoids,,not from organic cannabis. Researchers have been trying to do that for the last 40 years,,and failing because when you isolate the cannabanoids from the other chemicals in the hemp plant it does not work correctly. Often they make them so strong that they do […]

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tokeofthetown.com The U.S. federal government’s Department of Health and Human Services seems about ready to award exclusive rights to apply marijuana as a medical therapeutic. You read that correctly: “exclusive rights.” Original OzHouse content may be freely reproduced in full with link to www.ozhouse.org Please share and like our articles on StumbleUpon, Reddit, Digg and Facebook! […]

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JWH 307 is a (1-naphthoyl)pyrrole cannabimimetic that potently activates both CB1 and CB2 receptors (Ki values of 7.7 and 3.3 nM, respectively).1 Its physiological, neurological, and toxicological properties have not been evaluated. This compound is intended for forensic and research applications. 1 …read more at http://www.caymanchem.com/app/template/Product.vm/catalog/10797

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Designer drugs have been problematic over the years. Products such as K2 and Spice, which contain synthetic cannabinoids, are marketed as incense and are widely available on the Internet and at various specialty shops. The effects are reported as cannabis-like after smoking them. In addition, use of these synthetic cannabinoids will not appear on a […]

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