All posts tagged: CB1-Receptor

Countering the Modern Metabolic Disease Rampage With Ancestral Endocannabinoid System Alignment

Cannabinoid receptors, located throughout the body, are involved in a variety of physiological processes (including appetite, mood, etc.). A 2019 study shows that blocking CB1Rs (cannabinoid receptors that conserve energy) is an effective way to manage metabolic disorders, such as obesity and Type-2 Diabetes. 

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Benjamin Caplan, MDCountering the Modern Metabolic Disease Rampage With Ancestral Endocannabinoid System Alignment
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Cannabinoid receptors as therapeutic targets for autoimmune diseases: where do we stand?

Because of the associated anti-inflammatory action, modulation of CB1R & CB2R is helpful to treat autoimmune diseases, including Multiple Sclerosis, Type-1 Diabetes Mellitus, and Rheumatoid Arthritis The full list is truly very much longer, as every illness necessarily involves the immune system and cellular communication.

The following review, written by Elaine D. Gonc ̧alves

The following review, written by Daphna Katz-Talmor: (yes, same name, unfortunately!)

Benjamin Caplan, MDCannabinoid receptors as therapeutic targets for autoimmune diseases: where do we stand?
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