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Opioids leave much to be desired in medical treatment. They are highly addictive, very lethal, and not all that effective for treating chronic pain.
Quick Hit, Medicine, Pain, Politics, U.S. States, Safety, Addiction
Going by names like Spice and K2, synthetic cannabinoids are largely a result of prohibition.
Quick Hit, Safety, Synthetic Cannabinoids, Science, Synthetic & Pharmaceuticals
Warning about the dangers of drinking over 10 bottles of Epidiolex at once adds nothing useful to the discussion.
Quick Hit, Medicine, Epilepsy & Seizures, Safety, Liver Health, Science, Bad Science
A new study indicates that activating CB1 may prolong the window during which hormone replacement therapy can reduce depression and improve worsening memory associated with menopause.
Quick Hit, Medicine, Depression, Hormonal Issues, Osteoporosis
The elderly are the fastest growing population of cannabis users. But how do hospice workers feel about their patients using cannabis?
Quick Hit, Medicine, Anxiety, Nausea, Pain, Seniors
Dozens of plants – not just cannabis – contain compounds that interact with the endocannabinoid system.
Article, Medicine, Arthritis, Inflammation, Obesity & Weight Loss, Science, Endocannabinoid System, Plant Science
Scientists at the University of Indiana have recently described the role of cannabinoids in healing wounds on the cornea
Quick Hit, Medicine, Glaucoma, Science, Endocannabinoid System
Mexican and Texan scientists describe the modern approach to pain treatment and propose a future role of cannabinoids, GPR18, and GPR55 in preventing pain
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It has been known for some time that CBD acutely increases endogenous cannabinoid levels.
Quick Hit, Medicine, Depression, Inflammation, Science, Endocannabinoid System
If THC makes people forgetful while they're high, one might expect that blocking the CB1 receptor will promote focus and the ability to learn. It doesn't.
Quick Hit, Medicine, Addiction & Alcoholism, PTSD