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Cannabinoid type 2 (CB2) receptors are mostly found in the immune system, the gastrointestinal system, and the peripheral nervous system; although recent studies say that CB2 receptors are also found in the brain, albeit in substantially lesser amounts than CB1 receptors. In the immune system, these receptors have been isolated in the thymus, tonsils, and spleen where they are observed to be responsible for the release of cytokines. Cannabinoid type 2 receptors are mostly found in macrophages, T-lymphocytes, B-lymphocytes, and monocytes of the immune system.
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The problem here is not really in the muscle itself, but rather in the brain. Erratic electrical discharge from the brain doesn’t allow for the efficient distribution of oxygen and glucose to the cells of the brain. If the seizure takes an unusually long time to subside, there is a possibility that the area upon which these abnormal neuronal discharges occur will be greatly deprived of glucose and oxygen. This can lead to substantial reduction in brain tissue oxygenation, a condition medical and veterinary professionals call cerebral hypoxia.
Cannabinoid type 1 (CB1) receptors are mostly found in the nervous system, both central and peripheral. When these receptors are stimulated they cause a reduction in intracellular cAMP by inhibiting the production of adenylate cyclase. In other words, CB1 receptors induce a reduction in nerve impulse transmission since cAMP is a nervous system messenger. It is important to take note that the nervous system does not only include the brain and spinal cord, but all other organs throughout the dog’s body since everything is connected to the central nervous system by way of nerves. Even the skin has nerves in its structure, otherwise there won’t be pain felt.
One of the lesser-known benefits of CBD oil is the promotion of a well-balanced metabolism especially in terms of the more efficient transport of nutrient molecules and the judicious and more sensible storage of energy molecules. Cannabinoid type 2 receptors are known to be present in the gastrointestinal system and this is where energy and metabolic homeostasis or balance actually begins.
It’s only been a week and my constantly stressed out/aggressively anxious cat is acting like a normal cat again! Ever since my husband moved in with his two other cats, mine has been very stressed out and a little aggressive, I tried everything, hormone diffusers/spray, calming collars, calming vests, catnip, reintroducing them with treats, and nothing worked to calm her down.
It’s only been a week but she wants belly rubs again, and she doesn’t run and hide when I check on her in her room (after a little more time I’m hoping she’ll be confident enough to venture out of my office). She’s just chillin’ in her chair and meows happily at me.
I put her dosage for the day in her food, and instead of barely eating throughout the day she comes running when I put it in her bowl, so I guess it tastes good? Either that or her stress was decreasing her appetite and the oil is helping that.
Will update if I can get her in the same room as the other two cats without a fight or hissy fit.