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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...
Back-to-School Apparel Sale

Back-to-School Apparel Sale

Come join us for our Back-to-School Apparel Sale in the month of August! We have a huge stock of 90s graphic tees, hemp bags, and so much more! Not only does Natural Remedies have the best selection of cannabis smokable, ingestible, and topical products but we have a...

Big Bang Receptors!

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...

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 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...

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Terpene: Farnesene

Terpene: Farnesene

Terpene: Farnesene Terpene: Farnesene is a relatively rare terpene to be found in substantial quantities in the cannabis plant but it is found in numerous other plants. Aroma: Fruity, like that of a green apple Fun Fact:  it can act as a pheromone to repel insects....

Terpene: Myrcene

Terpene: Myrcene

Terpene: Myrcene Terpene: Myrcene is the most abundant terpene in cannabis, making up as much as 65% of the total terpene profile in some strains. Aroma: Earthy, fruity, clove-like Fun fact:  Anecdotal evidence suggests, when eating a ripe mango prior to consuming...

Terpene: Beta-Caryophyllene

Terpene: Beta-Caryophyllene

Terpene: Beta-Caryophyllene One very important terpene that works with cannabinoids is Beta-Caryophyllene. Beta-Caryophyllene molecular structure is unique; it is more significant than other terpenes and contains a rare cyclobutene ring not found in any other cannabis...

Terpene: Ocimene Monoterpene

Terpene: Ocimene Monoterpene

Terpene: Ocimene Monoterpene Terpene: Ocimene, a monoterpene also identified as Beta-Ocimene, is derived from the Greek word "Ocimum," which means basil. Containing anti-inflammatory effects in white blood cells through a variety of pathways. Antifungal effects are...

Terpenes

Humulene-hops

Beta-caryophyllene

Borneol

Pinene

Farnesene

Delta 3 Carene

Limonene

Myrcene

Eucalyptol

ocimene-monoterpene

Linalool

Terpineol