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THE ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM: the Amazing Discovery

THE ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM: the Amazing Discovery In 1988 researchers discovered the cannabinoid-1 (CB1) receptor and it was cloned in 1990. The cannabinoid-2 (CB2) receptor was cloned about three years later in 1993. We have this system The Endocannabinoid system...

Big Bang Receptors!

Big Bang Receptors! Due to the Endocannabinoid System’s part in restoring balance when illness or injury occurs, the endocannabinoid system plays a critical role in the regulation of disease. Modulating the Endocannabinoid system activity may have therapeutic...

More Than Meets the Eye!

More Than Meets the Eye! It is not entirely fair that CB1 receptors and CB2 receptors get all the credit for the healing properties within our endocannabinoid system. While it is true that the CB1 receptors and CB2 receptors are critical elements of the...
Strains: Is a Bud by Any Other Name Really Just as Sweet?

Strains: Is a Bud by Any Other Name Really Just as Sweet?

Strains: Is a Bud by Any Other Name Really Just as Sweet? As the sheer number of cannabis growers have outpaced the dispensaries in which their products are sold, the temptation to create marketable strains only leads to more confusion for expected and unexpected...

More Than Meets the Eye!

More Than Meets the Eye!

More Than Meets the Eye! It is not entirely fair that CB1 receptors and CB2 receptors get all the credit for the healing properties within our endocannabinoid system. While it is true that the CB1 receptors and CB2 receptors are critical elements of the...

Terpene: Eucalyptol

Terpene: Eucalyptol Terpene: Eucalyptol was first discovered by French chemist Stanislas Cloez in 1870. But long before that discovery, herbal medicine touted eucalyptus as a cough suppressant, mood enhancer, and antibacterial agent. Today, eucalyptol still has a wide...

Terpene: Delta 3 Carene

Terpene: Delta 3 Carene Terpene: Delta 3 Carene (carene) is a bicyclic monoterpene.  Carene occurs naturally as a component of turpentine, with content as high as 42% depending on the source. Aroma: sweet and cedar Fun Fact: Used to dry excess fluids like sweat,...

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Terpene: Eucalyptol

Terpene: Eucalyptol

Terpene: Eucalyptol Terpene: Eucalyptol was first discovered by French chemist Stanislas Cloez in 1870. But long before that discovery, herbal medicine touted eucalyptus as a cough suppressant, mood enhancer, and antibacterial agent. Today, eucalyptol still has a wide...

Terpene: Delta 3 Carene

Terpene: Delta 3 Carene

Terpene: Delta 3 Carene Terpene: Delta 3 Carene (carene) is a bicyclic monoterpene.  Carene occurs naturally as a component of turpentine, with content as high as 42% depending on the source. Aroma: sweet and cedar Fun Fact: Used to dry excess fluids like sweat,...

Terpene: Borneol

Terpene: Borneol

Terpene: Borneol Terpene: Borneol is a monoterpenoid component derived from Kapur, which is an emergent canopy. It has been widely used in traditional Chinese medicine as a messenger drug, which facilitates the transport of multiple drugs to specific sites and...

Terpene: Linalool

Terpene: Linalool

Terpene: Linalool Terpene: Linalool exists in two chiral forms, R- and S-linalool, the R form is a great deal more flavor active. Aroma: Floral scent; similar to lavender with hints of citrus. Fun facts-: Attract a lover and get rid of cockroaches! The EPA has...

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