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ACEA/ ARACHIDONYL-2′-CHLOROETHYLAMIDE
ACHILLES TENDINOSIS
ACNE
ADD/ ADHD
ADDICTION
2-AG/ 2-ARACHIDONOYLGLYCEROL
2-AGE/ 2-ARACHIDONYL GLYCERYL ETHER/ NOLADIN ETHER
AGING/USE BY SENIORS
AJULEMICACID/AjA/ IP-751/ HU-239/ CT-3
ALCOHOLISM /ALCOHOL
ALLERGIES AND CANNABIS
ALLERGIES TO CANNABIS
ALS / AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS
ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
AM-111/D-JNKI-1/ XG- 102 – synthetic
AM-251– synthetic, GPR 55 agonist, CB1 antagonist/ inverse agonist
AM-281 – synthetic, CB1 antagonist and inverse agonist
AM-404– cannabinoid transport inhibitor
AM-630– synthetic, CB2 antagonist
AM-694– synthetic, CB1 & CB2 agonist
AM-1172synthetic, anandamide transport inhibitor
AM-1241- synthetic, CB 2 agonist
AM-1346- synthetic, CB1 agonist
AM-1710– synthetic, CB2 agonist
AM-2201– synthetic, CB1 agonist
AM -2233 – synthetic, CB1 agonist
AM-3506– synthetic, blocks the break-down of Anandamide
AM-4054 – synthetic, CB1 agonist
AM-4113 – synthetic, CB1 antagonist
AM 6545 – synthetic, CB1 antagonist
AM 6701 – synthetic, equally blocks the break-down of 2-AG and anandamide
AM 6702 – synthetic, strongly blocks the break-down of anandamide, weakly 2-AG
AMOTIVATIONAL SYNDROME
AMYRINS– phytochemicals that inhibit the breakdown of 2-AG
ANANDAMIDE/ AEA – endocannabinoid, CB 1 & 2 agonist
ANECDOTAL / PERSONAL STORIES
ANOREXIANERVOSA – also see “APPETITE STIMULANT”
ANTI-BACTERIAL PROPERTIES
ANTI-FUNGAL PROPERTIES
ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PROPERTIES
ANTI-PROTOZOAN PROPERTIES
ANTIOXIDANT PROPERTIES
ANXIETY/ANXIOLYTICEFFECTS(anxiety reducing)
APPETITE- also see TASTE, OBESITY
ARTHRITIS
AS-1535907 synthetic, GPR119 agonist
AS-1907417synthetic, GPR119 agonist
ASTHMA – also see LUNG FUNCTION
ATHEROSCLEROSIS
AUTISM- also see FRAGILE X SYNDROME
BACKPAIN- also see PAIN, SPASTICITY, SPINAL CORD INJURY
BETA-CARYOPHYLLENE/(E)-BCP– phytocannabinoid, CB2 agonist
BILE/ BILE DUCTS
BIPOLAR DISORDER
BLADDER / URINARY FUNCTIONS
BLEPHAROSPASM- also see MEIGE’S SYNDROME
BLOOD
BLOOD PRESSURE
BONE MARROW
BOWEL DISORDERS – also see GERD, COLITIS, IBS, CROHN’S
BRAIN – PHYSICAL EFFECTS
BRAIN TRAUMA
BREASTFEEDING/ LACTATION/ INFANT APPETITE
BULIMIA
CANCER – ADRENAL CORTICAL
CANCER – BLADDER / URETHRAL
CANCER – BONE
CANCER – BREAST
CANCER – CERVICAL
CANCER – CHOLANGIOCARCINOMA
CANCER – COLON /COLORECTAL
CANCER – ENDOMETRIAL
CANCER – GASTRIC
CANCER – GLIOMA/ BRAIN CANCERS
CANCER – HEAD AND NECK
CANCER – KAPOSI’S SARCOMA
CANCER – KIDNEY
CANCER – LEUKEMIA
CANCER – LIVER
CANCER – LUNG
CANCER – LYMPHOMA
CANCER – MELANOMA
CANCER – NEUROBLASTOMA
CANCER – ORAL
CANCER – OVARIAN
CANCER – PANCREATIC
CANCER – PITUITARY ADENOMA
CANCER – PNET / PRIMITIVE NEUROECTODERMAL TUMOR
CANCER – PROSTATE
CANCER – RHABDOMYOSARCOMA
CANCER – RISK CANNABIS VS TOBACCO
CANCER – SKIN
CANCER – SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA
CANCER – TESTICULAR
CANCER – THYMOMA
CANCER – THYROID
CANCER – VARIOUS/ UNNAMED
CANCER – VULVAR
CANNABINOID HYPEREMESIS SYNDROME
CANNABINOR- synthetic, CB2 agonist
CANNADOR- a phytocannabinoid extract in pill form
CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME
CB – 65 synthetic, CB 2 agonist
CBC/ CANNABICHROMENE – phytocannabinoid, unknown receptor
CBD/ CANNABIDIOL antagonist of CB1 and CB2, GPR – 55 and 18,
CBD-ABN/ABNORMAL CANNABIDIOL/ CAY10429 – synthetic
CBDA/CANNABIDIOLIC ACID – precursor to Cannabidiol
CBDV/CANNABIDIVARIN- phytocannabinoid
CBG/ CANNABIGEROL phytocannabinoid, CB2 agonist
CBN/ CANNABINOL – phytocannabinoid
CBR- CB1 CANNABINOID RECEPTOR -activated by THC, Anandamide, synthetics
CBR- CB2 CANNABINOID RECEPTOR – no “high”, activated by THC, Anandamide, 2 -AG
CBR –GPR-18 – activated by Abnormal CBD, N-arachidonoylglycine, O-1602, THC, Anandamide
CBR– GPR-40 CANNABINOID RECEPTOR – activated by GW1100, TAK-875
CBR – GPR55/ CB3 CANNABINOID RECEPTOR
CBR – GPR109 CANNABINOID RECEPTOR
CBR – GPR119 CANNABINOID RECEPTOR – activated by PEA, OEA
CELIAC DISEASE
CEREBRAL PALSY
CHARCOT-MARIE-TOOTH DISEASE
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION
CHEMOTHERAPY
CHILDREN/ YOUNG ADULTS
CHOCOLATE- contains a small amount of Anandamide and related compounds
CHOLERA
CHOLESTEROL
CHRONIC CHILDHOOD IMMUNE THROMBOCYTOPENIA
CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDRONE/ MYALGIC ENCEPHALOMYELITIS
COLITIS also see BOWEL DISORDERS
COPD/ CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PUMONARY DISEASE
COUGH
COWPOX
CP 47,497 – a synthetic cannabinoid, CB1 & CB2 agonist
CP 50,556-1 / LEVONANTRADOL synthetic, CB1 & CB2 agonist
CP 55,940 – a synthetic cannabinoid-CB1, CB2 & GPR-55 agonist
CRA–13 synthetic, CB1 & CB2 agonist
CROHN’S DISEASE also see BOWEL DISORDERS
CYSTIC FIBROSIS
CYSTITIS
DEPRESSION
DERMATITIS
DIABETES
DOWN’S SYNDROME
DRIVING AND CANNABIS
DRONABINOL– a synthetic THC in sesame oil – also see MARINOL
DRUG TESTING
DRUG TESTING – BLOOD
DRUG TESTING – BREATH TEST
DRUG TESTING – HAIR
DRUG TESTING – OTHER
DRUG TESTING – ORAL
DRUG TESTING – URINE
DYSKINESIA
DYSTONIA
ECZEMA
EDEMA
EHLERS-DANLOS SYNDROME
ELMIRICACIDS- anandamide analogs
ENCEPHALITIS
ENCEPHALOMYELITIS/EAE – a mouse multiple sclerosis model
ENDOCANNABINOIDS- also see ANANDAMIDE, 2-AG
ENDOCANNABINOIDSYSTEM also see CBRs, ENDOCANNABINOIDS, 2-AG, ANANDAMIDE
ENDOMETRIOSIS
EPIDIDYMITIS
EPILEPSY/ SEIZURES
EXERCISE and the ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM
FAMILIAL MEDITERRANEAN FEVER
FERTILITY/ SEXUAL FUNCTION
FEVER/ TEMPERATURE CONTROL
FIBROMYALGIA
FLU / INFLUENZA
FRAGILEX SYNDROME also see AUTISM
GATEWAY THEORY
GENDER-BASED DIFFERENCES
GERD/GASTRO-ESOPHAGEALREFLUX- also see BOWEL DISORDERS
GLAUCOMA- also see VISION
GOUT
GRANULOMA
GRAVE’S DISEASE (overactive thyroid)
GWP-42004- a phytocannabinoids
GWP-42006- a phytocannabinoid
GYNOCOLOGY / FEMALE SEXUAL FUNCTION
HAIR
HEARING- also see TINNITUS, AM-111
HEART DISEASE/ CARDIOVASCULAR
HEMOPHILIA
HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK
HEPATITIS
HEREDITARY MULTIPLE EXTOSES
HERPES VIRUS
HEXAHYDROCANNABINOLS- synthetic cannabinoid derivatives
HICCUPS
HISTORICAL STUDIES – PRE 1937
HISTORY – ANCIENT USE
HISTORY – 1937 to present
HIV / AIDS
HORMONES
HPV/ HUMAN PAPILLOMA VIRUS
HU-210- synthetic, CB 1 & CB 2 agonist
HU-211/ DEXANABINOL/ ETS-2101 – synthetic, CB 2 agonist
HU-308- synthetic, CB2 agonist
HU-310
HU-320- synthetic
HU-331- synthetic
HU-910– synthetic, CB2 agonist
HUMAN ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM GENETICS
HUNTINGTON’S DISEASE
HYSTERECTOMY
IBS also see BOWEL DISORDERS
IDIOPATHIC INTRACRANIAL HYPERTENSION
IDRASIL
IMMUNE SYSTEM
INDICATIONS AND CLINICAL USES
INTERACTIONS WITH OTHER DRUGS
ISAACS’ SYNDROME/ ACQUIRED NEUROMYOTONIA
IQ/ MEMORY/ COGNITIVE EFFECTS
JWH-015– synthetic, CB2 & GPR-55 agonist, mildly activates CB1 receptors
JWH-018– synthetic, CB1 agonist
JWH-073- synthetic, CB1 & CB2 agonist
JWH-100/ AM -678 – synthetic, CB1 agonist
JWH-122– synthetic, CB1 agonist
JWH-133/3-(1_1_-dimethylbutyl)-1-deoxy-_8-THC- synthetic, CB2 agonist
JWH – 150 -synthetic, CB2 agonist
JWH-210– synthetic, CB1 agonist
JZL-184– blocks breakdown of 2-AG
KIDNEYS
KM-233– synthetic, CB2 agonist
KN38-7271/BAY38-7271 – synthetic, CB1 & CB2 agonist
KNOCK-OUTMICE– examples of severely defective endocannabinoid systems
L-α-LYSOPHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL– GPR-55 agonist
LBP-1- synthetic, CB1 agonist
LEGIONAIRES DISEASE
LEISHMANIASIS
LIVER DISEASE – NON HEPATITIS – also see HEPATITIS
LONG TERM USE EFFECTS
LUNG FUNCTION
LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS
LYME DISEASE
MACULAR DEGENERATION
MADCOW/ CRUETZFELDT-JACOB DISEASE also see PRIONS
MALE SEXUAL FUNCTION
MARINOL- a synthetic THC – also see DRONABINOL
MARFAN’S SYNDROME
MDA-7- synthetic, strong CB2 agonist
MDA-19 – synthetic, strong CB2 agonist
MEIGE’S SYNDROME
MENIERE’S SYNDROME
MENINGITIS
MENOPAUSE-also see AGING, GYNOCOLOGY
METHODS OF USE – BREATH STRIPS
METHODS OF USE – CAPSULES
METHODSOF USE – DECARBOXYLATION – a method to increase potency
METHODS OF USE- E-CIGARETTES
METHODS OF USE – EDIBLES – General use
METHODS- EDIBLES- BEVERAGES
METHODS – EDIBLES – FOODS
METHODS- EDIBLES- RAW UNHEATED CANNABIS
METHODS OF USE – INHALERS
METHODS OF USE – INJECTION- DO NOT TRY!
METHODS OF USE – NASAL SPRAYS
METHODSOF USE – OROMUCOSAL SPRAY also see Sativex
METHODS OF USE – RSO / RICK SIM PSON’S OIL / HEMP OIL/ PHOENIX OIL
METHODS OF USE – SMOKING also see- SMOKED CANNABIS AS MEDICINE
METHODS OF USE – SUPPOSITORIES / RECTAL USE
METHODS OF USE – TINCTURES
METHODS OF USE – TOPICAL OINTMENTS
METHODS OF USE – TRANSDERMAL PATCH
METHODS OF USE – VAPORIZERS
METHODS OF USE – VARIOUS
MIGRAINE/ HEADACHE
MISCELLANEOUS STUFF
MORNING SICKNESS also see NAUSEA
MORTALITY RATES
MOTION SICKNESS
MRSA/ METHICILLIN-RESISTANT STAPHLOCOCCUS AUREUS
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS/ MS
MUSCLES/MUSCLE RELAXANT
MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY/ MD
MYOCLONUS DIAPHRAGMATIC FLUTTER
NABILONE/ CESAMET – a synthetic THC, CB 1 & CB 2 agonist
NADA/N-ARACHIDONOYLDOPAMINE- endocannabinoid, CB1
NAIL-PATELLA SYNDROME
NAMISOL– a THC tablet
NAUSEA- also see MORNING SICKNESS, MOTION SICKNESS, RADIATION-INDUCED NAUSEA
NEURONS/ BRAIN CELLS
NEUROPATHIC PAIN
NEUROPROTECTANT
NIEMANN-PICK DISEASE
NIGHT SWEATS
NUTRITION– GENERAL – also see OMEGA3/ CB 1 CONNECTION, METHODS OF USE- EDIBLES
NUTRITION – HEMP SEED
NUTRITION– HEMP SEED OIL also see Omega 3/ CB1 CONNECTION
O-1602– synthetic cannabidiol analog, GPR-18 & GPR-55 agonist
O-1966- a synthetic, CB2 agonist
O- 2050 – a synthetic CB 1 antagonist
OBESITY
OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE DISORDER/ OCD
OLEOYLETHANOLAMIDE/ OEA – endocannabinoid, an anandamide analog, GPR 119 agonist
OMEGA-3/CB1 CONNECTION (without Omega 3, new CB1 receptors are made imperfectly) also see NUTRITION – HEMP SEED OIL, CBR- CB1 receptors
ORGAN TRANSPLANTS
OSTEOPOROSIS/ BONES
OVERDOSES OF CANNABINOIDS also see CANNABINOID HYPEREMESIS
OVERVIEWS
PAIN
PANCREAS/ PANCREATITIS
PARKINSON’S DISEASE
PERINATALHYPOXIC-ISCHEMICINJURY – also see STROKES
PATENTS RELATED TO CANNABIS
PEA– PALMITOYLETHANOLAMIDE – endocannabinoid , CB 2, GPR55 & GPR119 agonist
PHARC
PHYTOCANNABINOIDS/PLANTEXTRACTS – also see THC, CBD
POISONING – ORGANOPHOSPHATE
POISONING – PARAQUAT
PORPHYRIA
POST-OPERATIVE PAIN
POST POLIO SYNDROME
POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER/ PTSD
PRADER WILLI SYNDROME
PREGNANCY/ PRENATAL EXPOSURE
PRIONS
PROXIMAL MYOTONIC MYOPATHY / PROMM
PRURITIS- chronic itch
PSORIASIS
QUITTING CANNABIS – also see ADDICTION and WITHDRAWAL
QUITTING OTHER DRUGS
RADIATION-INDUCED NAUSEA
RADIATION SICKNESS
REFLEX SYMPATHETIC DYSTROPHY
RESTLESS LEG SYNDROME
RETINITIS PIGMENTOSA
RIMONABANT/ACOMPLIA/SR141716/ SR1 – a CB1 & CB2 antagonist
R(+)-METHANANANDAMIDE– synthetic, anandamide analog
RWJ 400065 – synthetic cannabinoid
S-444823– synthetic, CB1 & CB2 agonist
SAFETY AS A MEDICINE
SAFETY- ADULTERANTS/ CONTAMINANTS
SATIVEX / NABIXIMOLS – a cannabis extract spray
SCHIZOPHRENIA/ MENTAL DISORDERS
SCLERODERMA
SEBACEOUS GLANDS
SEPTIC SHOCK
SICKLE CELL DISEASE
SINUSITIS
SLEEP APNEA
SLEEPING SICKNESS/ TRYPANOSOMIASIS
SLEEP MODULATION
SMALLPOX(also see COW POX)
SMELL / ODOR DETECTION
SMOKED CANNABIS AS A MEDICATION
SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT/ BEHAVIOR
SPASTICITY
SPICE – various synthetic cannabinoid mixtures – also see the HU, JWH, and CP series
SPINAL CORD INJURY
SPLEEN
STEM CELLS
STIFF-PERSON SYNDROME
STRESS- also see ANXIETY, POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER
STORAGE
STROKE- also see PERINATAL HYPOXIC-ISCHEMIC INJURY
STUTTERING
SUNBURN
SURINABANTsynthetic, CB1 antagonist
TAK-875- synthetic, GPR- 40 agonist
TAK -937 – synthetic CB1 & CB2 agonist
TASTE – also see APPETITE STIMULANT
TEA AS MEDICINE
TAXONOMY/ GENETICS OF CANNABIS
TEETH /DENTISTRY
THC/ TETRAHYDROCANNABINOL CB1 & 2 agonist
THC ACID/ THCA – non-psychoactive precursor of THC
THC-HS /TETRAHYDROCANNABINOL-HEMISUCCINATE
THCV/ TETRAHYDROCANNABIVARIN phytocannabinoid, CB1 & CB2 antagonist
THYROID FUNCTION – also see GRAVES DISEASE
TIC DOULOUREUX
TIME PERCEPTION
TINNITUS- also see HEARING
TOBACCO VS CANNABIS
TOLERANCE
TOURETTE’S SYNDROME
TRICHOTILLOMANIAcompulsive hair pulling – also see OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER
TUBERCULOSIS
URB- 597 / KDS-4103- slows cannabinoid destruction in the body, not the brain
URB- 754 -slows cannabinoid destruction
URB- 937 – slows cannabinoid destruction
VETERINARY USE/ ANIMALS
VIRODHAMINE– an endocannabinoid, GPR-55 & CB2 agonist; CB 1agonist/ antagonist depending on dose
VISION- also see GLAUCOMA
WILSON’S DISEASE
WIN 55,212-2 – a synthetic cannabinoid, CB1 agonist
WITHDRAWAL SYNDROME
WOUNDS/ INJURIES

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