Love Hormone Explains Why Weed Makes Us Friendlier

Oxytocin and Cannabis. Love Hormone Explains Why Weed Makes Us Friendlier.

  • This so-called “bliss molecule” is a neurotransmitter that naturally stimulates cannabinoid receptors.
  • Oxytocin still made their nucleus acumbens produce anandamide, but an antagonist was blocking their cannabinoid receptors.
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  • The enzyme FAAH quickly breaks down anandamide as it forms, and the same r esearchers have indicated that drugs geared at blocking these enzymes could be a better treatment method since they indirectly stimulate cannabinoid receptors without “psychoactive effects.”

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Researchers at the University of California Irvine have discovered how the so-called “love hormone” oxytocin boosts social interactions by making your brain release anandamide, the “bliss molecule.” Anandamide stimulates cannabinoid receptors like cannabis does, giving credence to the idea that the world would be a better, friendlier place if everyone smoked weed.


Love Hormone Explains Why Weed Makes Us Friendlier

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