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cannabinoid

[kə′nab·ə‚nȯid]
(organic chemistry)
Any one of the various chemical constituents of cannabis (marijuana), that is, the isomeric tetrahydrocannabinols, cannabinol, and cannabidiol.
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Based on an activity enhancement of other physiological compounds, PEA may indirectly stimulate the cannabinoid receptors by potentiating their affinity for a receptor or by inhibiting their metabolic degradation, and by doing so, may increase the uptake of cannabinoid compounds, such as THC.
We believe that this noticeable interest in our work reflects the fact that we have broken new ground in the use of cannabinoids in cancer therapeutics and novel ways of drug delivery and targeting, stated Dr.
Cannabics Pharmaceuticals Inc (OTCQB:CNBX) said on Tuesday that it has submitted an international patent application with the PCT authorities on the methods for testing and predicting therapeutic effectiveness of cannabinoids for cancer patients.
Both cathinones and cannabinoids can be naturally occurring in the form of khat (Catha edulis) and marijuana (Cannabis sativa), respectively.
1) Cannabinoids reduce cell number by being cytostatic.
Indeed, inhibition of peripheral CB1 receptor expression suppressed the analgesic effects of administered cannabinoids in a neuropathic pain model, demonstrating the importance of peripheral CB1 function in cannabinoid-mediated analgesia (26).
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That matters, because the majority of published studies on the topic have evaluated oral cannabinoids, not the plant form.
Perhaps the most promising role for cannabinoids is in the treatment of itch," said the study's senior author Dr.
Stimulation of receptors by natural cannabinoids (endocannabinoids: 2-arachidonoglyerol and anandamide) leads to attenuation of signal transmission, resulting in alleviation of the vomiting stimuli (Sharkey et al 2014).