Paper E -- how tobacco and cannabis work on your mind

Written by Anand Madhu Last Updated (23 October 2016)
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Cannabinoids acts (possibly stimulatively) on the NLMS on Axons, as seen in below link:

Cannabinoid receptors are localized to noradrenergic axon terminals in the rat frontal cortex.

"studies have demonstrated that acute systemic administration of the synthetic cannabinoid agonist, WIN 55,212-2, increases norepinephrine efflux in the rat frontal cortex."

 

Nicotine acts (possibly stimulatively) on the DLMS on dendrites, as seen in below diagram:

 

I have a theoretical basis for how cancer is fought by cannabis:

All bodily control systems are controlled by the OFC, the bastion of Norepinephrine (a molecule defined by how its multiconditional firing is used for neurocontrol in general).

Weakness of the Norepic side of one's neural architecture causes, then, not just dementia and depression (or at least one, one of the most serious forms of depression), but also suboptimal function of all control systems (incl. sleep control (weakness causes insomnia), organ control (weakness causes cancer thus of course we have a theoretical basis for how cancer is fought by cannabis, which seems to stimulate the Norepic aspect just how nicotine seems to stimulate the dopamine aspect, generally), immune system control, which will obviously be weaker in the poor patients who fall into this category, and so on.

Their condition can easily improve, luckily.
But generally their suffering is severe* due to mismanagement of their condition.

* https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dopamine_beta_hydroxylase_deficiency