Cannabis and the Body - Exploring the Endocannabinoid Receptor System

$100.00

Ever wonder how cannabis works in the body? We can feel effects from cannabis because we all have an Endocannabinoid Receptor System. In this course, cannabis educator Emma Chasen of Eminent Consulting, guides learners through the Endogenous Cannabinoid Receptor System. The course provides an introductory explanation of general anatomy and physiology as well as a deeper dive into the intricacies of the ECS. This includes endogenous cannabinoids, cannabinoid receptors, orphan receptors, and the roles that phytocannabinoids play in the body. Enroll in this featured course to gain a thorough understanding of the ECS. Not sure if you want to spring for it? Check out Lesson 1 for free!

Cannabis and the Body - Exploring the Endocannabinoid Receptor System

$100.00

Ever wonder how cannabis works in the body? We can feel effects from cannabis because we all have an Endocannabinoid Receptor System. In this course, cannabis educator Emma Chasen of Eminent Consulting, guides learners through the Endogenous Cannabinoid Receptor System. The course provides an introductory explanation of general anatomy and physiology as well as a deeper dive into the intricacies of the ECS. This includes endogenous cannabinoids, cannabinoid receptors, orphan receptors, and the roles that phytocannabinoids play in the body. Enroll in this featured course to gain a thorough understanding of the ECS. Not sure if you want to spring for it? Check out Lesson 1 for free!

Cannabis and the Body - Exploring the Endocannabinoid Receptor System

$100.00

Ever wonder how cannabis works in the body? We can feel effects from cannabis because we all have an Endocannabinoid Receptor System. In this course, cannabis educator Emma Chasen of Eminent Consulting, guides learners through the Endogenous Cannabinoid Receptor System. The course provides an introductory explanation of general anatomy and physiology as well as a deeper dive into the intricacies of the ECS. This includes endogenous cannabinoids, cannabinoid receptors, orphan receptors, and the roles that phytocannabinoids play in the body. Enroll in this featured course to gain a thorough understanding of the ECS. Not sure if you want to spring for it? Check out Lesson 1 for free!

Description

The purpose of this course is to discuss human anatomy, physiology and the role of the Endogenous Cannabinoid Receptor System (ECS). The ECS was first discovered by scientists in the early 1990’s and our understanding of this complex system is still evolving. In this course we explore the elements of our ECS and discuss what we currently know, including endogenous cannabinoids, cannabinoid receptors, orphan receptors, and how phytocannabinoids interact with this complex system. Through video lectures and visual aids, this course explores the ECS and dives into the scientific evidence behind why we feel certain effects from cannabis. Learners will come away with a thorough understanding of the ECS and how cannabis interacts with the body.

Additional information

8 Lessons

Intro Anatomy & Physiology – Cell Communication
The Blood Brain Barrier
Neurons
Interconnected Malleability of the Body
Intro to the ECS
Cannabinoid Actions
Cannabinoid Receptors
Additional Receptors

8 Quizzes

Test your knowledge after each lesson!

Final Assessment

Complete this course like a pro and pass the final with a score of 80% or higher!

Certificate of Completion

After completing the course and passing the assessment, you'll earn a Certificate of Completion.

Engaging Video & Group Chat

Awesome, entertaining videos in every lesson. Gain access to a private group chat to discuss the course with your peers, get updated course materials, and interact directly with your instructor.

Unlimited Access

Unlimited access to all course material, lessons, and tests when you enroll

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