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Demystifying cannabis 1 - Use of medical cannabis, 29.03.2014 (Robert J. Melamede)

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Published on Apr 10, 2014

Povzetek predavanja
KANABINOIDNI SISTEM -- GIBALO ŽIVLJENJA IN VPLIV NA DRUŽBO
Predavanje bo osredotočeno na to, kako fizika, kot jo je razvil Nobelov nagrajenec Ilija Prigogin, nudi temelj za razumevanje izvora življenja in evolucije. Pogledali si bomo enkratni evolucijski pojav v razvoju vretenčarjev. Vsi vretenčarji imajo kanabinoidne receptorje, ki na enkraten, homeostatičen način regulirajo vse njihove telesne sisteme (cirkulacijskega, prebavnega, imunskega, mišično-skeletnega, živčnega, reproduktivnega). S holističnega stališča bomo videli, da imajo lahko variacije v endokanabinoidni aktivnosti bistven učinek tudi na naše družbene sisteme. V luči zgodovine volucije si bomo pogledali, kako kritično je za preživetje človeka, da na tej točki človeške evolucije povečamo kanabinoidno aktivnost.
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Abstract
CANNABINOID SYSTEM -- PHYSICS OF LIFE AND ITS SOCIAL IMPACT
This lecture will focus on how the physics, developed by Nobel laureate Ilya Prigogine, provides a basis for understanding the origins of life and evolution. We will see a unique evolutionary occurrence with the development of the vertebrate lineage. All vertebrates contain cannabinoid receptors that uniquely, homeostatically regulate all of their body systems (circulatory, digestive, immune, musculo-skeletal, nervous, reproductive, tequementary). From a holistic point of view, we will see that variations in endocannabinoid activity can have a profound effect on our social systems. In line with evolutionary history, we will see how critical it is for human survival to increase cannabinoids activity at this point in human evolution.

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