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Any of various organic substances, such as THC, found in cannabis.
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(Chemistry) any of the narcotic chemical substances found in cannabin
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(kəˈnæb əˌnɔɪd, ˈkæn ə bə-)

any of the chemical compounds that are the active principles of marijuana.
[1965–70; cannabin a hemp derivative (see cannabis, -in1) + -oid]
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adj & n cannabinoide m; synthetic — cannabinoide sintético
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30, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- There is rapidly growing interest in the use of marijuana and cannabinoids for pain, according to a survey commissioned by the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA).
Session: Challenges in Clinical Trials & Linking Cannabinoids to their Areas of Therapeutic Potential
Cannabidiol--aka CBD--is one of over 100 different cannabinoids identified, with more continuing to be discovered.
Only 13% of the survey respondents said they have used or would consider using marijuana or cannabinoids because no other type of pain management works for them.
Professor Pertwee received the accolade from the International Cannabinoid Research Society (ICRS) for his highly cited research into pharmacological actions of constituents of cannabis known as phytocannabinoids, and of cannabinoids designed and synthesized by medicinal chemists.
CBD is just one of a family of chemicals known as the cannabinoids, shown to have anti-inflammatory, antipsychotic, anti-anxiety, and anticonvulsant properties as well as homeostatic properties (meaning it maintains healthy balance in cells).
Irving, TX, July 10, 2019 --( People seeking natural health remedies without significant side effects have been drawn to cannabinoids. The research is overwhelmingly clear, when used properly cannabinoids support the endocannabinoid system, effectively allowing the human body to naturally heal itself.
Cannabinoids produce their physical and psychological effects by interacting with specific receptors on cell surfaces that have an affinity for these compounds.
This column will focus on recent studies and potential applications of cannabinoids for some of the most common and vexing dermatologie conditions.
Cannabinoids consist of the active components of the plant Cannabis sativa.
Sun says the company loves cannabinoids for cosmetics because these molecules help activate blood flow and combat inflammation.