Cannabinoid Poster

This unique poster captures in one diagram the complexities of cannabinoid physiology and the endocannabinoid system in a colorful and exciting way that reflects the therapeutic potential of cannabinoids.

  • The pharmacokinetics of THC by oral and inhaled route.
  • Distribution expression of the CB1 receptor.
  • The role of the CB1 receptor in modulating afferent pain impulses.
  • Details of a hippocampal synapse showing the ‘circuit breaker’ role.
  • A metabolic pathway diagram showing the formation and metabolism of endogenous cannabinoids.
  • CB2 receptor expression in spleen and immune cells as well as activated microglia.
  • Two tables showing clinical effects of cannabinoids and adverse events.
  • One table showing existing cannabinoid preparations with indication and dosing.

Color poster (24”X36”) is $80 CAD plus applicable taxes and shipping. All orders are filled on a prepayment basis only. Sorry - no returns or refunds



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Disclaimer : The creators of the Cannabinoid Poster have taken every opportunity to ensure all information produced is correct and up to date at time of writing. This poster has not been peer reviewed and the information should not be used to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Any information given on in the Cannabinoid Poster is to be used for educational and information purposes only. It should never be substituted for the medical advice from your own doctor or other health care professionals.


Cannabinoids and the Brain

Linda Parker’s new book, Cannabinoids and the Brain (MIT Press, 2017), reviews scientific evidence of the effects of cannabinoids (chemical compounds found in cannabis) on the brain and behaviour, with a focus on potential therapeutic applications.

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