A new study conducted by researchers at the Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapy at Semmelweis University in Hungary, and published by the United States National Library of Medicine, has found promising evidence to suggest that cannabis may be a gastroprotectant. According to the study; “Stimulation of central angiotensin AT1 receptors via activation of cannabinoid CB1 …
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