Originally Posted by Galaxy420
the receptors are phospolipid enzymes that adapt to molecular toggles. cannabis cannabinoids have a low binding affinity @ the receptors but will effect a confirmation of change
eh, you want to be more specific? different cannabinoids have different affinities to both CB1 and CB2, not to mention other substances in the plant that also effect receptor affinity. Caryophyllene for example..
regardless, CBD+friends only needs to bind enough to encourage repair to neural pathways. This is not a cure, but something to abate the effect of these degentrivie ailments
Originally Posted by brown_thumb
If it helps with PD and ALS then maybe it can help with LBD.
quite reasonable to this so im my opinion. I am not a medical expert, but logically it would seem to make sense.
My best friends father has been diagnosed with ALS for as long as i've known him (15+ years), So as long as he stays as mentally strong as he has in the last decade+ I may have a better idea of the possibility in a few years time (gatta find a reliable plant for thcV first.)