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what is the endocannibinoid system? and what are its functions?

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Dr. Felix Brizuela
32 years experience Neurology
Mammalian system: a group of nerves in the nervous system (peripheral and central), modulating pain sensation, mood appetite and memory. It mediates the effects of marijuana and other "cannibinoids". Effects include relaxation, relaxation of mood and slowing down of memory.
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