Cannabinoids

Abstract Cannabinoid receptor agonists enhance the antinociceptive effects of mu opioid receptor agonists suggesting that combinations of these drugs might enhance therapeutic effectiveness (e.g., analgesia). However, it is not clear whether combinations of these drugs also enhance abuse or dependence liability. This experiment examined whether combinations of cannabinoids and opioids that enhance antinociception also increase […]

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Originally Posted by keepitquiet Let me start with sorry if i break a rule… forums now are impossible to post without breaking one Im a Pothead in my heart and recently was put on parole… I just love to SMOKE. Synthetics in the Beginning were awesome because you didnt have to worry about Urine Analysis […]

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Brought to you by SC Laboratories and WeedMaps.tv in California. Health Professionals are from CannaCenters Research California. Profiles include: THC – Delta-9 Tetrahydrocannabinol, THCA – Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid, THCV – Tetrahydrocannabivarin, CBD – Cannabidiol, CBN – Cannabinol, CBG – Cannabigerol, CBC – Cannabichromene, Terpenes – diverse group of organic HydroCarbons (C5H8).

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Brought to you by SC Laboratories and WeedMaps.tv in California. Health Professionals are from CannaCenters Research California. Profiles include: THC – Delta-9 Tetrahydrocannabinol, THCA – Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid, THCV – Tetrahydrocannabivarin, CBD – Cannabidiol, CBN – Cannabinol, CBG – Cannabigerol, CBC – Cannabichromene, Terpenes – diverse group of organic HydroCarbons (C5H8).

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I have been reading different things about the toxicity of these newer cannabinoids, and the fact that they produce potentially dangerous metabolites. I’m very interested in this. I understand that a lot of the older cannabinoids have been studied more by now, and some of them are generally safe. But the newer ones, I understand, […]

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I have been reading different things about the toxicity of these newer cannabinoids, and the fact that they produce potentially dangerous metabolites. I’m very interested in this. I understand that a lot of the older cannabinoids have been studied more by now, and some of them are generally safe. But the newer ones, I understand, […]

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I have been reading different things about the toxicity of these newer cannabinoids, and the fact that they produce potentially dangerous metabolites. I’m very interested in this. I understand that a lot of the older cannabinoids have been studied more by now, and some of them are generally safe. But the newer ones, I understand, […]

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I have been reading different things about the toxicity of these newer cannabinoids, and the fact that they produce potentially dangerous metabolites. I’m very interested in this. I understand that a lot of the older cannabinoids have been studied more by now, and some of them are generally safe. But the newer ones, I understand, […]

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RESULTS: Anandamide, 12.5 ng/paw, 25 ng/paw, and 50 ng/paw elicited a local peripheral antinociceptive effect that was antagonized by CB1 cannabinoid receptor antagonist AM251, 20 µg/paw, 40 µg/paw, and 80 µg/paw, but not by CB2 cannabinoid receptor antagonist AM630, 100 µg/paw. PEA, 5 µg/paw, 10 µg/paw, and 20 µg/paw, elicited a local peripheral antinociceptive effect […]

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RESULTS: Anandamide, 12.5 ng/paw, 25 ng/paw, and 50 ng/paw elicited a local peripheral antinociceptive effect that was antagonized by CB1 cannabinoid receptor antagonist AM251, 20 µg/paw, 40 µg/paw, and 80 µg/paw, but not by CB2 cannabinoid receptor antagonist AM630, 100 µg/paw. PEA, 5 µg/paw, 10 µg/paw, and 20 µg/paw, elicited a local peripheral antinociceptive effect […]

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BBC special on Cannabinoid Receptors…below an article by Steve Kubby, Sierra Times …A new study published in Nature Reviews-Cancer provides an historic and detailed explanation about how THC and natural cannabinoids counteract cancer, but preserve normal cells. It is hard to believe that the knowledge that cannabis can be used to fight cancer has been […]

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