Why do Human have Cannabinoids Receptors?

Why do Human have Cannabinoids Receptors?

Weed has been a worldwide phenomenon in the last few years. In recent years, many countries and several states of the US have legalized the use of cannabis for medical as well as recreational purposes. After the legalization of cannabis, the distribution channel has been improved as now people can buy weed online easily from various online stores. Legalization has also made the availability of various products in the market made of cannabis. Plus, many researches and studies are being conducted to know the effects of Canada marijuana use on the brain for the long term and short term. Some studies show that we have receptors in the brain and body that receive THC.

So, starting with the simple thing that we get high of weed because we have THC receptors in our brain. But why do we have THC receptors in our brains? Well, that’s what we are about to tell you in this article. We shall also tell you why people have THC receptors in their brain and how your body has its own cannabinoid.

Marijuana has strong psychoactive effects as well as medicinal effects on the body. It reacts with our body and effects with the human body like no other plant can, because the plant contains chemical compounds called cannabinoids. These cannabinoids are able to engage with special landing locations on human cells called cannabinoid receptors. But why do we have these cannabinoid receptors? Since weed affects us by engaging the special receptor sites on our cells these sites are sometimes called cannabis receptors or THC receptors. But that doesn’t mean that they were designed just for cannabis.

The human body creates its own version of cannabis compounds called endocannabinoids and endocannabinoids are like the body’s own THC. Together with your cannabinoid receptors, they form the body’s endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system is one of the largest neurotransmitter networks in the human body. Your endocannabinoid system acts as a homo static regulator and that just means that it helps maintain an optimal balance in your body. The endocannabinoid system or ECS, in short, helps coordinate messages between the brain and the body and make sure you stay normal. For example, maintaining the sleep/wake cycle so you get tired at the right time and you wake up in the morning. These same molecules tell you when you’re hungry and let you know when it’s time to eat. But your ECS does much more than that. It also regulates all other important things in your bodies such as appetite (just like Anavar), sleep, pain, pleasure, cognition, memory, visceral sensation, mood, growth, movement, sleep, and immune function as well.

The active compounds in cannabis directly engage with your body’s endocannabinoid system and even though the plant can produce at least 113 different cannabinoids, these compounds have not been found in any other plant. So the receptors people have in their brain for THC are the same receptors that control some of your body’s most important functions like sleeping, appetite, pain, and pleasure. Besides your body’s own endocannabinoids, weed is the only thing that can interact with these receptors.

So this is how the brain receives THC and CBD and reacts to the effects of it. But this doesn’t mean that we all need to smoke get the cannabinoids in the body. As medical science says that our body makes its own cannabinoids (endocannabinoids) but when we smoke or consume weed by any method, our body stops making it. The studies about the long-term use of marijuana are limited so use pot by discretion before buying it from online dispensary.