For over 50 years we have known of the human endocannabinoid system and with that the discovery of the CB1 receptor. The CB1 receptor is found in the brain and is involved in a lot of functions. Below you will see studies on the CB1 receptor and how they function within the body and with cannabis. I encourage all to do their own research and seek out the truth. Please feel free to share ~ Cherry Girl
Mitochondrial CB(1) Receptors Regulate Neuronal Energy Metabolism
The mammalian brain is one of the organs with the highest energy demands, and mitochondria are key determinants of its functions. Thus, mtCB(1) receptors directly modulate neuronal energy metabolism, revealing a new mechanism of action of G protein-coupled receptor signaling in the brain.
Cannabinoid Receptor 1 Trafficking and the Role of the Intracellular Pool: Implications For Therapeutics
Cannabinoid Receptor 1 (CB(1)), an abundant G-protein coupled receptor in the CNS, is currently of significant interest as a therapeutic target. These findings have significant implications for the interpretation of CB(1) biochemical studies and the design and application of cannabinoid therapeutics.
Cannabinoid Receptor Trafficking In Peripheral Cells Is Dynamically Regulated By A Binary Biochemical Switch 2012
The cannabinoid G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) CB(1) and CB(2) are expressed in different peripheral cells. This study describes, for the first time, the dynamic nature of CB receptor trafficking in the context of a biochemical switch, which may have implications for studies on the cell-type specific effects of cannabinoids and our understanding of the regulation of CB receptor cell surface expression.
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