Professor Hinanit Koltai, ARO, Volcani Center, Israel | Mar 05, 2019

What are Cannabinoids?

Recently, the term “cannabinoid” has become increasingly vague, according to Hanuš et al (2016). Originally, scientists invented this term to refer to a structurally homogenous class of monoterpenoids indicative of cannabis (Cannabis sativa L.) Namely, this refers to "phytocannabinoids". Later, the term "cannabinoids" was expanded to be associated with an arr...

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