Cannabinoids

I tried searching for this topic and couldn’t seem to find it on here….then again I’m on my phone. So sorry if this is a repost. Afoaf was wondering if it is ok or “advisable” to smoke some synthetic cannabis on the come up of the acid trip. Afoaf can’t smoke real cannabis because he’s […]

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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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REPORT OF CASES CASE 1  An obese 25-year-old woman who was a long-term cannabinoid user presented to the emergency department with nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain that worsened for several days. During the previous 5 years, the patient had noted intermittent episodes of similar symptoms, each lasting about a week and often requiring hospitalization for dehydration. […]

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REPORT OF CASES CASE 1  An obese 25-year-old woman who was a long-term cannabinoid user presented to the emergency department with nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain that worsened for several days. During the previous 5 years, the patient had noted intermittent episodes of similar symptoms, each lasting about a week and often requiring hospitalization for dehydration. […]

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J.W. Huffman I missed this interview with J.W. Huffman – the creator of JWH-018 and other synthetic cannabinoid molecules — when it appeared Los Angeles Times last month. Dr. Huffman says that the entire kerfuffle that has come about because his laboratory research into the interaction between chemicals and cannabinoid receptors in the central nervous system […]

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Paris, France: European regulatory authorities have approved the prescription use of the cannabinoid receptor antagonist SR 141716A, to be marketed by Sanofi-Aventis Pharmaceuticals as an anti-obesity drug under the trade name Acomplia (Rimonabant). The cannabinoid blocker, to be sold as an oral 20 milligram pill, is the first cannabinoid antagonist to be approved for human […]

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Rockville, MD:  US regulatory authorities announced that an independent Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advisory committee will hear testimony in June regarding whether the controversial cannabinoid receptor antagonist SR 141716A/Rimonabant is safe for human consumption.  The agency had previously announced that it would decide by April 26, 2007, whether to grant US market approval for […]

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A reproductive medicine specialist at the University at Buffalo has shown that a new compound may improve the fertility of tobacco smokers who have low sperm count and low percentage sperm motility. The sperm from male smokers were washed with a synthetic chemical called AM-1346. After incubation, there was a doubling in the fertilizing capacity […]

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A reproductive medicine specialist at the University at Buffalo has shown that a new compound may improve the fertility of tobacco smokers who have low sperm count and low percentage sperm motility. The sperm from male smokers were washed with a synthetic chemical called AM-1346. After incubation, there was a doubling in the fertilizing capacity […]

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Excerpt from Dr. Juan Sanchez – Ramos’ speech to 3rd Clinical Conference on Cannabis Therapeutics – May, 2004 in Charlottesville, VA. Dr. Ramos refers to US Patent # 6630507 – held by researchers in the the Dept. of Health and Human Services, which recognizes the neuroprotective and anti-oxidant properties of Cannabis and Cannabinoids, both natural […]

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Haibin Wang,#¤a Huirong Xie,#¤b and Sudhansu K. Dey*¤b Departments of Pediatrics, Cell Developmental Biology, and Pharmacology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, Tennessee, United States of America Susan J. Fisher, Editor University of California San Francisco, United States of America #Contributed equally. * E-mail: sk.dey@cchmc.org Conceived and designed the experiments: HW HX SKD. Performed the experiments: […]

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Philadelphia, PA–(ENEWSPF)–October 20, 2011.  The administration of the non-psychotropic plant cannabinoid cannabidiol (CBD) ‘completely prevents’ the onset of nerve pain associated with chemotherapy treatment, according to preclinical data published in the journal Anesthesia and Analgesia. Story continues below: eNews Park Forest is an independently owned and operated electronic publication and has no affiliation whatsoever with […]

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Haibin Wang,#¤a Huirong Xie,#¤b and Sudhansu K. Dey*¤b Departments of Pediatrics, Cell Developmental Biology, and Pharmacology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, Tennessee, United States of America Susan J. Fisher, Editor University of California San Francisco, United States of America #Contributed equally. * E-mail: sk.dey@cchmc.org Conceived and designed the experiments: HW HX SKD. Performed the experiments: […]

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A reproductive medicine specialist at the University at Buffalo has shown that a new compound may improve the fertility of tobacco smokers who have low sperm count and low percentage sperm motility. The sperm from male smokers were washed with a synthetic chemical called AM-1346. After incubation, there was a doubling in the fertilizing capacity […]

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