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Cannabinoids are wonderful compounds with one very big problem–they are lipophilic, or fat loving. This makes dosing very, very tricky. And why it’s so hard to measure cannabinoid levels in the blood and urine. The pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of cannabinoids are greatly affected by various factors, such as the amount and type of food eaten in a given day, whether other substances, including medications, were taken, and how they were consumed (vape, oil, edible, etc.). For these reasons and more, despite decades of research, the best advice to offer new users remains the “start low, go slow” method, which is as unscientific as it comes. And explains why this topic remains red hot in research.
00:30 Cannabinoid pharmacology
05:03 Sublingual administration
09:11 Topical medication
14:10 Binding on the brain
29:21 Synergistic potential
33:48 Cannabinoid receptor type 1
Seasoned professional with more than 25 years of expertise in sales, marketing, business development, and relationship management in the health and wellness field. Accountable, proactive, and solution-focused with strong relationship building and business development skills. Deep knowledge of the pharmaceutical & medical cannabis industries and passionate about customer satisfaction and sustainable growth.View the profile
As a pharmacist in a geriatric clinic, my mission is to provide senior community members with the care, medication management and support they need to achieve the highest quality of life – while staying independent as long as possible.View the profile
I am an adaptable and motivated individual that started as an organic chemist with a passion to help improve medicine, which led me to pursue a Doctor of Pharmacy. The scientific and medical backgrounds melded together and I presented at 2 conferences, optimized 10+ methodologies, provided multiple lectures for third-year pharmacy students, initiated 2 collaborations, and finished 2 publications as demonstrated by earning a Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences. I have a creative personality with emotional intelligence who enjoys music. I have learned to play 5 instruments, including the piano, clarinet, saxophone, and drums. The most enjoyment comes with the bass where I recorded 2 albums with a few rock bands. I began to develop my leadership skills while in Boy Scouts where I achieved Life rank, hiked 150+ miles of the Appalachian Trail, spent 12 days exploring Philmont Scout Ranch, enjoyed rock climbing and repelling, canoeing, and more.View the profile
Dr. Ohonba is a clinical pharmacist registered in Florida and Texas. She graduated with honors from Texas Southern University with a major in biology and a minor in chemistry. Popularly known as Dr. O, she later attended Union University in Jackson, Tennessee, where she obtained her Doctor of Pharmacy degree. She worked for several years as a staff pharmacist for a major retail pharmacy chain. After many years of direct patient care, Dr. O transitioned to one of the top Fortune 500 companies where she served as a clinical pharmacist in charge of prior authorization, appeals, and grievances for Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial clients. She is a certified medical marijuana professional who is committed to educating people about the usefulness of hemp-derived CBD and medical cannabis.View the profile
Dr. Cohin Kakar comes from a background in the pharmaceutical industry, working with various Fortune 150 companies in roles ranging from clinical trial management to global medical affairs for over 10 years. Most notably, Dr. Kakar served on the medical launch teams for some of the biggest commercial drugs globally, with a specialty in inflammation and immunology. Lastly, Dr. Kakar is a published author in Oncology and Cannabis with more publications underway.View the profile
Welcome to the 411 on Canada. Cannabinoid pharmacology. Very excited to be here. My name is going to car and I'm a pharmacist pharmacologist, co-founder of the anthro group and I'm joined by a very impressive panel today. And I couldn't be more excited to discuss a topic that we're all very passionate about. I'm joined by Joseph Freeman, who's a pharmacist from Chicago is the founding member and principal at professional dispensaries of Illinois. He also has a pharmacy degree from the University of Illinois, College of Pharmacy and an MBA from Illinois Lake Forest
Graduate School of Management. And he's also a host of the medical podcast show which is a part of the pharmacy podcast Network. Dr. Blair Carlos is here with us. He's also a pharmd and PhD has a chemical background and he helped create a patented product working in Industry before. Going to the pharmacy school here on the farm. Be in PhD in pharmaceutical sciences and has also it had experience in clinical trials, oncology in Pharmacology. As a part of the program currently serves as the chief science advisor for the only organization in Georgia, advocating an active in reforming laws,
regarding hemp and marijuana. And I'm also joined by a doctor in the diva. Tawdry who's the pharmacist from Michigan, she graduated from Wayne State University and she works in the geriatric Clinic as an Ambulatory Care pharmacist. She's the CEO of doctor, peace lily, a booming, e-commerce, CBD company and is in retail locations all over the Michigan area. she also serves as an Adjunct professor at the University of Michigan, and Wayne State University, And finally were also joined by doctor Lola. A Honda who's the founder of WCI health. She's also a pharmacist and wcil
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