Findings

CB1 & CB2 Receptors in the skeletal system and nerve terminals have been shown to prevent age related bone loss and stimulate bone growth.

Before Bone
bone-after

Research

Skeletal Lipidomics

Skeletal lipidomics: Regulation of bone metabolism by fatty acid amide family

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Long-chain polyunsaturated

Long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids may mutually benefit both obesity and osteoporosis

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Regulation of bone mass

Regulation of bone mass, bone loss and osteoclast activity by cannabinoid receptors

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Peripheral cannabinoid receptor

Peripheral cannabinoid receptor, CB2, regulates bone mass

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Natural products as alternative treatments

Natural products as alternative treatments for metabolic bone disorders and for maintenance of bone health

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Cannabinoid receptors

Cannabinoid receptors and the regulation of bone mass

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Endocannabinoids and the regulation

Endocannabinoids and the regulation of bone metabolism

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The endovanilloid system

The endovanilloid/endocannabinoid system in human osteoclasts: Possible involvement in bone formation and resorption

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endocannabinoid system

The endovanilloid/endocannabinoid system: A new potential target for osteoporosis therapy

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Cannabinoids and the skeleton

Cannabinoids and the skeleton: From marijuana to reversal of bone loss

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Cannabinoid receptor

Cannabinoid receptor type 1 protects against age-related osteoporosis by regulating osteoblast and adipocyte differentiation in marrow stromal cells

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Cannabinoids and bone

Cannabinoids and bone: Friend or foe?

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receptors as target

Cannabinoid receptors as target for treatment of osteoporosis: A tale of two therapies

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More Research…

Cannabinoid Receptors as Target for Treatment of Osteoporosis: A Tale of Two Therapies

Aymen I Idris

US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health

Cannabinoids and the skeleton: from marijuana to reversal of bone loss.

Bab I1, Zimmer A, Melamed E.

US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health

Cannabidiol decreases bone resorption by inhibiting RANK/RANKL expression and pro-inflammatory cytokines during experimental periodontitis in rats.

Napimoga MH1, Benatti BB, Lima FO, Alves PM, Campos AC, Pena-Dos-Santos DR, Severino FP, Cunha FQ, Guimarães FS.

US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health

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