Cannabimimetics   -  Canna-what?!  Canna-bi-mi-met-ics  now 3 times fast

it's one of our favorite words!

Cannabimimetics are plants containing compounds that literally mimic classical cannabinoid biological activities that occur throughout our mammalian endocannabinoid system (ECS).  This is exciting!  It answers most of the 'why is it good for us?' questions we've had regarding the health and nutritional benefits and how and where and what they actually "do" inside our amazing machines.

Like cannabinoids, cannabimimetics are an important class of terpenes that are playing an increasingly significant role in our wellness., herbal and medicinal research. There is even a newly developed ECS Therapeutics Market that grew from cannabinoid compounds demands.  This market is set to flourish with the rapidly expanding sciences presenting new discoveries daily.  We are pleased to have found this 'evolutionary link',  Terpene science is in its infancy with unlimited possibilities. All endoteas essentials blends will be mastered from cannabimimetic and cannabinoid ingredients.

Below is our first gallery of current evidence based cannabimimetics.  Under each photograph is a list of the major cannabimimetic terpenes and only a few benefits.  More terpene health benefits and information are available in the Glossary below.

 

References are also listed below should your curiosity become aroused for further research.  We will update as new developments are made.  Enjoy, please. We are absolutely fascinated with cannabis and cannabimimetics! 

"Let food be thy medicine and medicine by thy food"

Hippocrates, 440 BC

allspice (lindera benzoin)
major terpene(s): beta-caryophyllene, eugenol, cineole
angelica (archangelica)
major terpene(s):
beta-caryophyllene, angleic, fumaric,
beefsteak (perilla fructescens)
major terpene(s): beta-caryophyllene
beta- caryophhellene
most common cannabimimetic terpenes.
black jack (bidens pilosa)
major terpene(s); beta-caryophyllene,
sesquiterpenes
binds CB1 receptors
analgesic
antibacterial
anti anxiety
anti inflammatory
black pepper (piper nigrum)
major terpene(s): beta-caryophyllene up to 35%. CB2 agonist, modulates ECS via its guineensine.
piperidines, piperazines
binds CB1 receptors
black truffle (tuber melanosporum)
major terpene(s): anandamide (AEA), ecs biosynthetic and catabolic enzymes
Binds CB1 receptors
burdock root (arctium lappa)
major terpene(s): tannins, inulin
Natural pre/probiotics
induces perspiration
increases urination
reduces membrane irritation
reduces inflammation sunchokes, dandelion greens, onions, garlic, leeks reduce inflammatory bowel disease symptoms
analgesic
antiseptic
immunostimulant
antioxidant
cacao (theobroma cacao) - N-oleoyl-ethanolamine, N-linoleyl-ethanolamine
AKA "the bliss molecule"
major terpene(s): anandamide (AEA), OEA and LEA, theobromine, tryptophan, phenylethylamine
chocolate blocks FAAH enzymes that reduce AEA so you get a little blissful booster!
mild stimulant
caraway (carum carvi)
major terpene(s): beta-caryophyllene, carvacrol, limonene
digestive aid, gastric
stimulates cb1/cb2receptors
antibacterial
antifungal
analgesic
antiseptic
immunostimulant
antioxidant
cardamom (elettaria cardamomum)
major terpene(s): cineole, terpineol, terpinyl
carrot (daucus carota)
major terpene(s): falcarinol /carotatoxin, beta-caryophyllene, vitamin A
Natural pesticide and fungicide, and molecularly binds CB1 receptors.
chamomile (matricaria chamomilla)
major terpene(s): alpha-bisadiol, azulenes, sesquiterpenes
binds CB1 receptors
Adaptogen
Nervine
analgesic
antibacterial
anti anxiety
anti inflammatory
chili peppers (capsicum annuum)
major terpene(s): capsaicin, carotenoids, vanillyl noneamides
gastrointestinal aid
mild stimulant
cinnamon (cinnamomum verum)
major terpene(s): beta-caryophyllene, cinnamaldehyde
anti inflammatory
cloves (syzygium aromaticum) -
major terpene(s): beta-caryophyllene up to 12.4%, eugenol
anti allergen
antiseptic
mild stimulant
aphrodisiac
copaiba (copaifera langsdorffii) -
major terpene(s): beta-caryophyllene - currently noted as the richest source with up to 53%
cruciferous veggies flowers
major terpene(s): diindolylmethane (DIM) is an anti carcinogen
broccoli, cauliflower, Brussel sprouts, cabbages, kale, artichokes, and more
dandelion greens (taraxacum officinale)
major terpene(s):
Natural biotic
reduces inflammatory bowel disease symptoms
echinacea purpurea / augustifolia
AKA Coneflower
major terpene(s): inulin, echinacein, sucrose, 2-methyletradecadienes,N-acylethanolamines (NAE's) which includes AEA, PEA, LEA, and N-alkylamides (NAA's). NAA's exert effects on CB2 and exert anti inflammatory effects like AEA.
CB2 inverse agonist regulate immune system, pain, anxiety, sleep, fatigue, arthritis, migraines and more.
electric daisy (acmella oleracea)
AKA "toothache plant"
major terpene(s): N-isobutylamides -
blocks pain receptors -
CB2 receptor affective -
analgesic
anticonvulsant
antifungal
anti inflammatory
antimicrobial
antioxidant
diuretic
eucalyptus (corymbia citriodora)
major terpene(s): beta-caryophyllene, tannin, eucalyptic acid, rutin
antidiarrheal
astringent
expectorant
flax seed (linum usitatissimum)
major terpene(s): naturally occurring cannabidiol (CBD), tannin
frankincense (boswellia carterii))
AKA lifeblood of Boswellia trees.
major terpene(s): beta-caryophyllene & incensole acetate
analgesic
hypothermia
catalepsy
hypomotility
anti inflammatory
antioxidant
antiseptic neuroprotectant
galanga (kaempferia galanga)
AKA ginger relative
major terpene(s): flavonoid kaempferol.
Inhibits FAAH in a likely AEA boost.
antibacterial
mild stimulant
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"The art of medicine consists in amusing the patient while nature cures the disease."  Voltaire

"Let food be thy medicine and medicine by thy food"Hippocrates, 440 BC

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