Cannabinoids

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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THC, CBD, CBN, CBC, CBG and about 80 other chemicals are all in a class of compounds known as cannabinoids, found in abundance in the cannabis plant.  Cannabinoids are responsible for many of the effects of cannabis consumption and have important therapeutic benefits. Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol or (THC) is a psychoactive cannabinoid responsible for many of the […]

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It’s well known that the withdrawals from synthetic cannabinoids are FAR AND AWAY worse than the withdrawals from old fashioned THC. So, I’m an in-the-process-with-quitting AM-2201 addict. I go through about 2g of pure powder a week, lighting up about once per hour. (I always had a little whenever I had a cig if possible). […]

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AM-441 Does anyone have any information on this compound? It is noticeably closer chemically to the real deal (THC), than any other cannabinoid I’ve seen. Is there a reason that this synthetic cannabinoid is not more popular? My knowledge in chemistry is barren, but from what I understand, it seems to be a potent CB […]

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Marijuana’s memory-fogging, behavior-altering effects have been linked to out-of-sync communication between brain regions, but researchers had lacked direct evidence of the disruption. Now neuroscientists who gave rats a cannabis-like compound, loosed them in a maze and measured their brain waves have recorded unusually chaotic communication between brain regions linked to memory formation and complex behaviors. […]

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By John Timmer, Ars Technica Marijuana contains a complex mix of chemicals, some with medicinal effects, others with an effect that, well, have led it to be classified as a controlled substance. The cannabinoid THC, the primary active ingredient, seems to do both. It’s responsible for many of the psychoactive qualities of marijuana, but is […]

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Do these claims make you at all suspicious? A few people on Twitter told me I should look into this panacea. Cures heart disease! Eases anxiety and depression! Removes unsightly moles! Arthritis! Snoring! Diarrhea! Acne! Diabetes! Removes warts! Mighraines! Lose weight! Alcoholism! Glaucoma! IT CURES CANCER! All forms of cancer! And all without any detrimental […]

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Cannabinoid Conference 2011 IACM 6th Conference on Cannabinoids in Medicine and 5th European Workshop on Cannabinoid Research, September 8–10, 2011 – University of Bonn, Germany: http://www.bonn2011.org/ Abstract book (PDF): http://www.cannabis-med.org/meeting/Bonn2011/abstractbook.pdf …read more at http://cannabismedicalresearch.blogspot.com/2011/12/cannabinoid-conference-2011.html

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After several months of kids going to hospital for smoking “incense” the General Assembly and Governor have passed emergency legislation (in effect immediately) outlawing it: § 18.2-248.1:1. Penalties for possession, sale, gift, or distribution of or possession with intent to sell, give, or distribute synthetic cannabinoids; manufacturing. A. For the purposes of this title, synthetic […]

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The Cannabinoid Receptors book download Patricia H. Reggio Download The Cannabinoid Receptors In The. Cannabinoid receptor – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Cannabinoid receptors are activated by cannabinoids, generated naturally inside the body (endocannabinoids). 9781588297129 : Cannabinoid Receptors, The In The Cannabinoid Receptors,. In The Cannabinoid. From the reviews: “The Cannabinoid Receptors arrives as the 18 […]

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The Cannabinoid Receptors book download Patricia H. Reggio Download The Cannabinoid Receptors In The. Cannabinoid receptor – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Cannabinoid receptors are activated by cannabinoids, generated naturally inside the body (endocannabinoids). 9781588297129 : Cannabinoid Receptors, The In The Cannabinoid Receptors,. In The Cannabinoid. From the reviews: “The Cannabinoid Receptors arrives as the 18 […]

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