The network used by endogenous cannabinoid system (ecs) cell receptors to communicate with cannabinoid. Without this system, cannabinoids would have no effect on our body, and hemp would be an unnecessary drug. Come and see that it could still be useful as an attachment.
But it would be a mistake to think that ecs is only for cannabinoids. The human body actually produces its own cannabinoid called endocanabinoid.
Interestingly, we know less about cannabinoids produced by our own body than canabinoids in the cannabis plant. The reason for this was the lack of cannabinoid receptors until 1988. Thanks to this important discovery, we had information about the endocannabinoids of our body. Until then, scientists believed that there was an ordinary communication between cells and plant cannabinoid, which led to the physical and psychological effects of cannabis. We now understand that there is a very specific chemical mechanism responsible for these effects. Although 20 years have passed since this development, we still know very little about how our body is doing cannabinoids. But we know what some of them are. The studies examine how endocanabinoids of our body communicate with ECS, and what effects these communications have on their effects, as well as the therapeutic and reactionary effects of cannabis produced phytokanabinoids.
Explanation of cannabinoid receptors
As mentioned previously, communication receptors, including ECS, are distributed throughout the body. There are two separate class receptors. They are in certain parts of the body. One of the receptor classes is primarily in the brain, these are type 1 and CB1 receptors. In addition to the brain, these receptors are seen in the eye, retina and reproductive systems of both men and women.
In the second class, known as type 2 and located in the immune system receptor. CB 2 receptors are at the densest point of the spleen. Recent studies with animals reveal that these receptors act as anti-inflammatory agents. Especially the cannabinoid called CBD. This may be the cause of many medical and therapeutic effects. Even though there are 2 receptors yet, the number is thought to be higher.
Phytocannabinoids: The most important cannabinoids in cannabis plants
The cannabis plant produces its own cannabinoid. These naturally occurring chemicals are called phytocannabinoids. Because these chemicals are structurally parallel to endocanabiods, they are able to bind CB1 and CB2 receptors through the endocannabinoid system. However, because they are not the same, they can show some characteristics specific to cannabis. Just like his influences on the wearer for reasons of fun or pain relief.
Cannabinoids produced by cannabinoids are thick, sticky and concentrated resin. The resin itself is the product of a cloth-like structure called the trichome. The Trichomes appear in the area where the cannabis plant is budding. They are very similar to small crystal fungi. The size and frequency of cannabinoids in cannabinoids is the indication of how concentrated the cannabinoids are. The more trichome you have, the more cannabinoid is the resin that is dense.
Cannabinoids can be found not only in the trichomelar but also in the other leafy part of the plant, but the most dense place is the budding zone of the female cannabis plant.
Although our guide on the most important cannabinoids in bevs begins with cannabinpids most studied and cared for, such as CBD and THC, we will then touch upon the unique characteristics and potential future lure of cannabinoids, which are little appreciated.