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The Science of Why Pot Makes You Hungry - 420 Magazine
... a center of control of food intake. Their studies involved detailed electrophysiological measurements of the effects of specific neurons that they had identified in previous studies as being important in endocannabinoid signaling. Their studies revealed that activation of CB1 receptors, as by ...
http://www.420magazine.com/forums/medical-marijuana-facts-information/81437-science-why-pot-makes-you-hungry.html
Scrogs, T5s, & related questions... - The Garden's Cure
... *2ft area and 432w (8 54w tubes), you are going to need some type of active ventilation. At least, a bathroom exhaust fan. No need of active intake, as far as there is holes that air may enter throught it. But small ones ... ample enough (and lessen strain on fan) such that I will not need to have an intake fan as well? If going passive on the intake, would it be better to have a hole the same size as exhaust port, or would ...
http://www.gardenscure.com/420/scrog-sog-training-techniques/124289-scrogs-t5s-related-questions.html
What I learned about carbon filters. - The Garden's Cure
... 's Cure Hey DoVVn_Cast, was the charcoal you used in your homeade filters activated? Yes,it was activated virgin coconut shell carbon. Heres an inside and outside view of ... 200 for the 6 inch version. $150 for the 4 inch (size of the intake matches the in-line size). It's supposed to last 12-18 months ...
http://www.gardenscure.com/420/security/69497-what-i-learned-about-carbon-filters-2.html
Cannabinoid CB1 Receptors Selectively Stimulates Feeding of Palatable Foods in Rats - 420 Magazine
... . A lack of effect on baseline feeding for AM251 under our conditions suggests that endogenous activity at parabrachial CB1Rs is not necessary to facilitate intake of HFS, but activating CB1Rs is clearly sufficient. We have identified a specific node in the brainstem in ... . A lack of effect on baseline feeding for AM251 under our conditions suggests that endogenous activity at parabrachial CB1Rs is not necessary to facilitate intake of HFS, but activating CB1Rs is clearly sufficient. We have identified a specific node in the brainstem in ...
http://www.420magazine.com/forums/am-251/142308-cannabinoid-cb1-receptors-selectively-stimulates-feeding-palatable-foods-rats.html
Feeding Induced by Cannabinoids Is Mediated Independently of the Melanocortin System - 420 Magazine
... undergoing clinical trials are the cannabinoid receptor-1 (CB1-R) antagonists, such as Rimonabant (Accomplia, sanofi-aventis, SR141716). Cannabinoids, the active components of marijuana, stimulate appetite and feeding and CB1-R antagonists reduce feeding in animals and humans [2] , [3] . Although ... arcuate nucleus of the hypothalamus (ARH) produce the peptide α-MSH which binds to and activates melanocortin-4 receptors (MC4-R) [4] , causing reduced food intake and increased energy expenditure. MC4-R strongly regulate body weight and appetite in humans and other ...
http://www.420magazine.com/forums/am-251/142310-feeding-induced-cannabinoids-mediated-independently-melanocortin-system.html
First closet build - size suggestions? - The Garden's Cure
... : Originally Posted by SkierGuy23 What would be good to put on the intake for a carbon filter? Should I just strap an active carbon filter (from a fish store) to the intake? Not exactly sure I understand your question. If you want to ... along with some eye hooks and tie-down straps to secure it to the cieling of the cabinet. The "intake" of the scrubber is the entire surface area of the cylinder (when installed inside the cabinet). Metro, thanks a ...
http://www.gardenscure.com/420/construction/103487-first-closet-build-size-suggestions-4.html
Machinery Of The 'Marijuana Munchies' - 420 Magazine
... a center of control of food intake. Their studies involved detailed electrophysiological measurements of the effects of specific neurons that they had identified in previous studies as being important in endocannabinoid signaling. Their studies revealed that activation of CB1 receptors, as by ...
http://www.420magazine.com/forums/appetite-stimulant/147251-machinery-marijuana-munchies.html
Critical Role Of Endogenous Cannabinoid System In Mouse Pup Suckling And Growth - 420 Magazine
... Medicine, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel. Abstract Delta9-tetrahydrocannabinol, the active principle in marijuana, is a cannabinoid receptor agonist. Both ... )-4-methyl-1-H-pyrazole-3-carboxamide (SR141716A) reduces food intake. Here, we report that administration of SR141716A to newly born mouse ...
http://www.420magazine.com/forums/breast-feeding-infant-appetite/148441-critical-role-endogenous-cannabinoid-system-mouse-pup-suckling-growth.html
grow box design help - The Garden's Cure
... your exhaust? If your exhaust is not big enough, having passive intake will not work very well. I think that if you cannot afford HID lighting, you should go with active intake rather than exhaust. You wont need alot of exhaust if you are arent using lots of light. Just a thought I hope you guys don't find me too pesky with all these questions! If you have too much passive intake ...
http://www.gardenscure.com/420/construction/84474-grow-box-design-help-5.html
Please tell me the best way to build a sealed grow room - The Garden's Cure
... odor control, negative air pressure is your friend. Exhaust (through the carbon scrubber) at least 100 CFM more than any active intakes and there's no worries. A/C should probably be near the greatest heat source, so flowering room will be ...
http://www.gardenscure.com/420/construction/95974-please-tell-me-best-way-build.html

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