Cannabinoids are a generic term for the more than 100 bioactive substances found in cannabis grass.
Typical ingredients include CBD and THC, which are incorporated into many products for medical care and self-care.
Cannabinoids were discovered in 1963 by Dr. Rafael Mechoram, a researcher at the Weizmann Institute of Chemistry in Israel, who has since been at the forefront of research as the “Father of Cannabinoids”. Since then, he has been at the forefront of research as the “Father of Cannabinoids”.
Why Cannabinoids Work?
Cannabinoids affect humans and mammals as bioactive substances because of the presence of the endocannabinoid system (ECS), which binds cannabinoids in the body to their receptors CB1 and CB2, which in turn affect the organism’s homeostasis, including appetite, immunity, pain, sleep, emotion, and movement. Gender.
What is cannabinoid deficiency?
The condition in which endocannabinoid are deficient to bind to CB1 and CB2 in the body is called “cannabinoid deficiency”. The main causes of cannabinoid deficiency are said to be excessive stress, fatigue, and aging. When cannabinoids are deficient and ECS is disturbed, it becomes a variety of diseases and appears in the table.
List of effects of cannabinoids
Although there are differences in the effect depending on the type of cannabinoid, the following effects are expected to be mainly common.
CBD is one of the most potent cannabinoids with a high pharmacological effect, and it is one of the most rapidly expanding ingredients in the world in recent years. Not only is it being clinically tested in various countries as a treatment for epilepsy, but it is also a key ingredient in cannabis medicine worldwide.
However, it is believed that CBD is more effective when taken in conjunction with the other cannabinoids in hemp than when taken alone. For this reason, other cannabinoids other than CBD are currently receiving more attention and research.