A third cannabinoid receptor has been identified – and it’s in the stomach and colon.
Technically named GPR55, it’s already being called the CB3 receptor.
This newly discovered receptor appears to be a target for CBD and THC, and possibly other cannabinoids.
Animal research showed that CB3 regulates stomach & colon functions in mice, says a study published in “Current Opinion in Pharmacology.”
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