AEA / The Bliss Molecule / Part I

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Did you recognize that there's a molecule which will cause you to feel bliss? As it turns out, humans make their own version of THC !

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Were humans born to consume Cannabis? While generally that may appear to be the case, the human body produces its own version of THC. Not solely will this molecule cause you to hungry, blissed-out, and sleepy, but it vital for a cornucopia of different bodily functions. The compound in question? Anandamide (AEA): The Bliss Molecule.

What is Anandamide (AEA)?

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  • Simply explicit, #Anandamide (AEA) is the human version of THC. Dubbed the "Bliss Molecule" by William Devane who discovered the compound whereas operating with Raphael Mechoulam, the man who, along with his research team, discovered THC.

  • The root Ananda is Sanskrit for bliss. This molecule is one amongst 2 primary compounds known as endocannabinoids, which are the animal versions of the molecules that the Cannabis plant produces. Anandamide’s full name is N-arachidonoylethanolamine.

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  • Cannabinoids created by the #Cannabis plant ar known as phytocannabinoids. For fast reference, endo - refers to inside the body, while phyto - refers to plants. Both endocannabinoids and phytocannabinoids are messaging molecules used by the larger endocannabinoid system (ECS).

  • The ECS is a vast Neurotransmitter Network that plays a role in a wide variety of bodily functions, including:
    Memory / Cognition / Sleep / Appetite / Mood / Fear / Attention / Pain / Reproduction / Immune function / Movement / Pleasure /.. and so much more!

  • The Endocannabinoid System is thus giant and very important that nearly each organ on the body expresses cannabinoid receptors. The system could be a very important bridge between the body and brain, and endocannabinoids like anandamide are the messengers that keep the system running.

  • While Anandamide is also the foremost well-known endocannabinoid, it certainly isn’t the most abundant. In fact, analysis suggests that 2-Arachidonoylglycerol (2-AG) is gift within the brain at concentrations a hundred and seventy times larger than anandamide. However, anandamide still works its magic in each the central and peripheral system.

Black truffles

Black truffles ar just like Cannabis as "Bliss Molecule" found in delicacy creates a Marijuana-like high in humans and animals !

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  • The smell of a black truffle has been delineate as earthy, pungent, euphoric and even sexy. These delicacies, which might sell for £860 to £3,000 per kg, cause the pigs and dogs that hunt them to be a frantic spell.

  • The researchers in Italian Republic have discovered that a "Bliss Molecule", just like the trahydrocannabinol (THC) compound found in Cannabis, is also behind black truffle’s potent powers.

  • The molecule, named Anandamide, behaves like the psychoactive ingredient found in #Majijuana to release mood-enhancing chemicals in the brain, according to a report by Nic Fleming at the BBC.

  • Mauro Maccarrone, of the Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome, Italy, explained that Anandamide is also used in humans to trigger the release of melanin.

  • Scientists have dubbed the compound the "Bliss Molecule" thanks to the means it will modification mood, memory, appetency and depression. Its creation in black truffles produce the plant’s dark color.


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Majijuna is an interesting plant indeed.

Joke aside; brain with neurotransmitters recognise THC as anandamide, this way it's psychoactive effect can be achieved. THC then activates areas of the brain where it is absorbed.
So, you can say you are fooling your brain.

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This one of 10 ways to trick / fool your brain.
Great Joke.

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It is not a joke actually, it is your hashtag. I thought you noticed it

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There no trick mate / In part II, I will try to highlight how Cannabis affect Anandamide !