The Endocannabinoid System Endocannabinoids are molecules that bind to and activate cannabinoid receptors. Unlike the cannabinoids found naturally in cannabis, endocannabinoids are produced naturally by cells in the human body. (Endo = Endogenous) The two major endocannabinoids are anandamide and 2-AG. These endocannabinoids are made from fat-like molecules within cell membranes and are synthesized on demand. This means that they get made and used exactly when they are needed, rather than packaged and stored for later use like many other biological molecules. Metabolic Enzymes are enzymes that quickly destroy endocannabinoids once they are used. The two big enzymes are FAAH, which breaks down anandamide, and MAGL, which breaks down 2-AG. These enzymes are important because they ensure that endocannabinoids get used when they’re needed, but not for longer than necessary. THC & CBD: Whats the difference? THC Psychoactive Known for its High Appetite Stimulant Drowsiness Euphoria Combats Pain Cant Overdose CBD Non-Psychoactive Found in Hemp & Cannabis Anti-Inflammatory Neuro-Protective Anti-Anxiety
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