This continues focus on the cannabinoid receptors CB1 and CB2. You may think of them as interchangeable with VR-1.
Much to the relief of many, this will not be one of the brainbusting reviews of deep biochemistry. It will, hopefully, make you more self aware about your pain.
Does our fear of pain make us worship it inadvisably? Shouldn’t we be trying to cure it instead?
This will help in understanding the mechanisms of burning dysesthesia. As the environmentalists have taught us, increase the carbon dioxide a few percent and the earth will burn up. How about the pain system? What happens when there is a little too much ATP?
Dr. Bryan Hains had the most signficant paper presented at the recent annual meeting of the American Pain Society.
Definitions must precede pain activism.
Loading of the spinal fluid with binding capable , “less than the whole” segments of a matrix protein which blocks axonal regeneration may be helpful in stopping the action of proteoglycans which have become loose canons, leading to uncecessary inflammation..
Breakthrough technology with RNA on neurons.