Stockholm Medical Cannabis Conference

This comprehensive article delves into the multifaceted roles of the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) in maintaining physiological homeostasis across multiple organ systems. From its influence on the nervous system and pain regulation to its complex interplay with metabolic and emotional regulation, the article argues for a broader integration of ECS understanding into medical education and personalized medicine.

Decoding the Symphony: Genetic Variations in the ECS and Their Impact on Health

This comprehensive review delves into the genetic intricacies of the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) or Master Homeostatic Regulatory System (MHRS), illuminating its pivotal role in physiological homeostasis and its susceptibility to genetic mutations. By exploring the impact of these variations on behavior and disease, the article aims to serve as a foundation for future research and therapeutic developments in this burgeoning field.

Dissecting the Acute Neurological Effects of THC: Insights from Resting State fMRI and Genetic Modulation

This groundbreaking study explores the acute neurological effects of THC, focusing on functional connectivity, genetic modulation, physiological implications, and more. Uncover how THC impacts the brain’s communication patterns, how specific genotypes react differently, and the broader context of these findings within the endocannabinoid system or Master Homeostatic Regulatory System (MHRS).

Deciphering the eCBome Enigma: A Deep Dive into the GPCR Pool

Explore the fascinating interplay between the endocannabinoid system and G-protein Coupled Receptors (GPCRs), as we delve into the implications of eCBome GPCRs in human physiology and disease pathologies. Learn about how these receptors contribute to crucial functions such as appetite regulation, immune responses, and cognition, and understand their significant roles in conditions ranging from obesity to neurodevelopmental disorders.