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• The Endocannbinoid
System (ECS) is
present in all
mammals
• The ECS regulates
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• ECS mainta...
Cannabinoids bind to receptors in the ECS. The CB1 receptor is the part
of the brain responsible for cannabis’ psychoactiv...
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Understanding Cannabinoids - How Cannabis Helps Our Bodies

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In this Understanding Cannabinoids Slide Share we discuss the Endocannabinoid System, the major cannabinoids in cannabis & their benefits, the Entourage (or Ensemble) Effect and how it all works together.

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Understanding Cannabinoids - How Cannabis Helps Our Bodies

  1. 1. © Copyright 2016 GreenSea Distribution
  2. 2. • The Endocannbinoid System (ECS) is present in all mammals • The ECS regulates all internal bodily functions • ECS maintains “homeostasis” © Copyright 2016 GreenSea Distribution
  3. 3. Cannabinoids bind to receptors in the ECS. The CB1 receptor is the part of the brain responsible for cannabis’ psychoactive effects. The CB2 receptor is responsible for the anti-inflammatory effects of cannabis. © Copyright 2016 GreenSea Distribution
  4. 4. Colour scheme Background Text & Lines Shadows Title Text Fills Accent Accent & Hyperlink Followed Hyperlink What is in cannabis? What are cannabinoids? We begin with a map of the major cannabinoids and how they interact with our bodies and the benefits they provide. © Copyright 2016 GreenSea Distribution
  5. 5. Cannabigerol (CBG) © Copyright 2016 GreenSea Distribution
  6. 6. Delta-9 Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) © Copyright 2016 GreenSea Distribution
  7. 7. Cannabidiol (CBD) © Copyright 2016 GreenSea Distribution
  8. 8. Cannabichromene (CBC) © Copyright 2016 GreenSea Distribution
  9. 9. Tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCv) © Copyright 2016 GreenSea Distribution
  10. 10. Cannabidivarn (CBDv) © Copyright 2016 GreenSea Distribution
  11. 11. Cannabinol (CBN) © Copyright 2016 GreenSea Distribution
  12. 12. Delta-8 Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) © Copyright 2016 GreenSea Distribution
  13. 13. © Copyright 2016 GreenSea Distribution
  14. 14. © Copyright 2016 GreenSea Distribution
  15. 15. © Copyright 2016 GreenSea Distribution

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