I’ve been waiting weeks for this, should be interesting.
Thanks for the heads up
That was extremely interesting, more cannabinoid receptors in the brain than any other?
It looks like we were made for each other. I could have told them that. It’s a damn shame more research hasn’t been done.
I’ll have to check this out
Thanks for the heads-up, checking it out now during lunch.
What channel on direct TV?
Uh I see so much NWO bull on that channel that I would be wary of any of it.
Still an interesting watch, you can form an opinion afterwards - I’m half way into it and there is no agenda, aside from cannabis good!
Its on the YouTube also.
I understand and agree with your concerns, but this was pretty straight up and I saw it as a positive. This little weed we all love is a very complicated, over 400 compounds.
Our brains seem designed to take advantage of it…
It was very interesting and informative. There is a lot of research potential and medicinal potential. Just gotta get the Feds to unschedule the plant and let it go like tobacco and alcohol.
My question is why do humans have more cannabinoid receptors in our brains than any other? It’s like we are designed by nature to consume weed. Is it just me or did you get the same take?
I enjoyed watching this show. It finally publicly removed the demonization of something useful and medically significant. Baby steps but finally going in the right direction.
Humans have the most brain nerve cells (cortical neurons) of any species, so to me it makes sense. More nerves, more chances of one type of system of neurotransmitters and receptors being around.
Yea, but you have to admit it’s strange that we have more cannabinoid receptors.
Strange, but awesome
Watched this last night !
Finally cannabis not being demonized
I really enjoyed it and learned a lot; I took note of the doctor who said that it took a 100 mg dose for CBD to even register. That would be expensive if you’re paying retail for legit CBD.
It is prohibitively expensive. And you can never be absolutely sure of what is in the product. Unless you grow it yourself.