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Pharmacology

Sedative and Anxiolytic Effects of Cannabis Terpenes

Can the terpenes in cannabis really have relaxing or anti-anxiety effects? What happens when they are combined with THC?...

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Terpene Content in Cannabis – The Variability Problem

Many people believe in the psychoactive or medicinal properties of terpenes, but there is a major issue – cannabis terpene content is...

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Does CBD Block the High of THC?

CBD can reduce activation of the cannabinoid CB1 receptor in cell experiments. Does this mean that it can actually prevent you from getting...

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3 Mechanisms of the Cannabis Entourage Effect

Combining terpenes and cannabinoids can give different effects than taking each individually. Here are 3 different ways that this can...

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The Cannabis Entourage Effect – Fake News?

Does the entourage effect explain the effects of cannabis? Or is it based more on wishful thinking than science?...

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Is CBD Psychoactive? Yes and No

If CBD is always called non-psychoactive, why does a top expert in the cannabinoid field say this a misconception?...

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THC & CBD – Promiscuous Partners With Many Receptors

Did you think that THC and CBD could only interact with just the CB1 and CB2 receptors? Think again!...

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Receptor Dimerization – Expanding the Reach of Cannabinoids

Cannabinoid receptors can link with other receptors and modify their function, opening a new avenue for understanding how cannabinoid...

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How THC Gets Into Your Brain – And How To Increase It

How much THC gets into our brain? How fast does it reach the brain? Can the blood-brain barrier stop THC? How can you increase THC levels...

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Turned On By Cannabinoids – CB1 Receptor Pharmacology

There are 6 different types of ligands that bind the CB1 receptor. What is the difference between an inverse agonist and a negative...

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