With significant advances in research concerning the role of cannabinoids receptors in bone behaviour, this article aims to establish if there is also a potential for a therapeutic use of cannabinoids in cartilage reconstruction. Due to its slow repairing capability and the prevalence of cartilage diseases, this has become an important field of research in […]
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Why are synthetic cannabinoids so dangerous?
40 years ago research began on the creation of synthetic cannabinoids to evluate their possible clinical use for diseases like multiple sclerosis and HIV/AIDS, as well as a palliative for people with cancer who are going through chemotherapy. The research was led by John Huffman and over the course of 20 years Huffman and his […]
Why are synthetic cannabinoids dangerous?
In one of our first blog posts we spoke about the different types of cannabinoids. Today we would like to focus on synthetic cannabinoids; they are designed in laboratories and do not possess any therapeutic benefits. Synthetic cannabinoids are manufactured artificially and have been catalogued by the US National Institute for Drug Abuse as a […]