THC and CBD both stimulate the CB1 And CB2 receptors that affect the production of serotonin in your body. Serotonin is associated with cognitive disorders like depression when it is out of balance. An appropriate dose of cannabis can affect the production of serotonin.
THC has been found to help prevent and slow the production of beta-amyloid proteins, a hallmark precursor to Alzheimer's. THC has shown promise of slowing down production of certain proteins, these proteins are a precursor to Alzheimer's.
THC and CBD both stimulate the CB1 And CB2 receptors that affect the production of serotonin in your body. Serotonin acts as a neurotransmitter and is associated with a number of cognitive disorders like anxiety and depression when it is out of balance. Cannabis affects the bodies production of serotonin. With mood-related disorders, an increase in serotonin can be achieved when the appropriate dose of cannabis is used.
When the body lacks the endocannabinoid anandamide, we have a harder time forgetting events, dreams, memories causing flashbacks and night terrors. Cannabis engages the same natural receptors that anandamide does. When activated, they work in helping to impair and/or suppress memory, allowing for relief from flashbacks and night terrors.