Understanding the Cannabinoid Pathway Webinar Replay

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Understanding the Cannabinoid Pathway Replay

Understanding the Cannabinoid Pathway Webinar Replay

Join Carolyn as she provides a new understanding on how the Cannabinoid Pathway works and its function, offering effective solutions to support patients with chronic health issues.

Here's some of the best bits we covered:

What is the cannabinoid pathway?
How the biochemical pathway works?
What neurotransmitters does it affect?
What other functions does it do?
What are the key SNP’s and rs id’s ie: CB1 receptors etc.
Are there up regulations or down regulations and what does that mean? How does it affect us?
What nutrients can up regulate or down regulate the pathway?
What is the difference between the different cannabinoids on offer ie: THC and the level of tetrahydrocannabinol vs the non THC compounds.
Is there any advantage of one of the other for different conditions?
The latest research on it’s use for cancer, mood and it’s efficacy, dosage etc.

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