Otherwise known as N-arachidonoylethanolamine, Anandamide is an essential fatty acid neurotransmitter derived from the non-oxidative metabolism of eicosatetraenoic acid (arachidonic acid) which is an essential omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acid. Anandamide was the first endocannabinoid to be discovered. It participates in the body’s endocannabinoid system by binding to cannabinoid receptors, the same receptors that the psychoactive compound THC in cannabis acts on.< Back (Wiki Page)
Contribute & Edit/Update Our Community Wiki That Provides An Extensive Knowledgebase Where You'll Find Cannabis Industry Resources Along With Terms/Definitions On Our Platform That Operates by Intelligently Identifying Wiki/Terms Embedded Within Our Platform.
ChatGPT integration is also compatible with the Double-click feature. It means that when the user clicks on any word on the page, a tooltip will appear with an automatically generated definition by ChatGPT, even if the term is not defined as a glossary term.
Community Wiki terms can have multiple versions (ex. English, Spanish, French, etc.) so you can easily switch between languages & supports UTF-8 to use virtually all characters, even symbols (ex. mathematical operators, music notation, etc.).
WCAG 2.0 Support
Our Wiki follows WCAG 2.0 recommendations & it allows users with disabilities to navigate between terms using the keyboard & by adding ARIA attributes to help screen readers understand the context.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Community Wiki and How Can It Help Me?
The Green CulturED Wiki enables you to explore, learn, and share through a knowledge base tailored to the cannabis industry. It functions like an encyclopedia, lexicon, glossary, wiki, or dictionary.
This tool is useful for industry learners and professionals to learn more about resources, programs, and terms specifically in the cannabis sector.
Can Anyone Add a New Term to the Glossary?
New terms can be added by crafting individual entries, each with its own dedicated page and unique URL. By sharing resources, information, and industry information, users are able to foster community, growth, and learning.
Once a glossary term is submitted, the Green CulturED team will review a term and approve or deny the the submission.
Are There Any Restrictions on the Type of Terms or Content I Can Add to the Glossary
Although Green CulturED Community Wiki does not impose specific content restrictions, adhering to general web content guidelines is essential. This includes avoiding misinformation and respecting copyright laws.
For cannabis-related glossaries, it’s critical to ensure the accuracy and legality of the information presented. In addition, common courtesy and “netiquette” are part of our community user aggreement, and it is crucial to maintain those levels of respect when adding new terms, comments, etc.
What are Glossary Term Categories?
Glossary Term categories are reference tool that enhances usability, navigability, and educational value, making it easier for users to find and understand terms. Categories may include industry brands, consulting firms, seed banks, etc.
How Can I Comment on or Discuss a Glossary Term?
The Green CulturED Wiki supports comments on individual glossary terms, enabling users to engage in discussions or leave feedback.
This feature fosters collaborative learning and knowledge sharing within the cannabis community.
What Should I Do if I Find Incorrect or Outdated Information in a Glossary Term?
If you come across any incorrect or outdated information, it’s recommended to contact the site administrators or utilize the commenting feature, if available, to report inaccuracies.
Green CulturED Wiki allows for revisions, enabling updates and corrections.
How are User-Contributed Terms Reviewed and Managed?
Green CulturED Wiki utilizes user rights and capabilities for managing and reviewing user-contributed terms.
Administrators can set specific permissions and establish review processes according to their policies.
- Industry Terminology Cannabicoumaronone
- Training & Education CBD and Training
- Business Resources, Consulting HempStaff
- Networking Resources, Training & Education Seed Talent
- Business Resources, Consulting Tessi Consulting
- Consumer Resources, Dispensary Directory, MSOs (Multi-State Operators) The Cannabist Company (Columbia Care)
- Industry Terminology The Terpiodic Table
- Alaska Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office (AMCO)
- Government Laws Arizona: Arizona Department of Health Services
- Government Laws Arkansas Medical Marijuana Commission
- Bell Bottom Pier Hole
- Government Laws California Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC)
- Chicago NORML
- Government Laws Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection, Medical Marijuana Program
- Government Laws Delaware Medical Marijuana Program, Division of Public Health
- Energy Break Open Threshold (EBT)
- Business Resources, Consulting, HR & Staffing GRN Mile High
- Government Laws Hawaii Medical Cannabis Program, Department of Health
- Government Laws Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR)
- Illinois Equity Staffing
- Government Laws Louisiana Medical Marijuana Program, Department of Agriculture and Forestry
- Government Laws Maine: Office of Marijuana Policy
- Government Laws Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC)
- Government Laws Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency
- Government Laws Minnesota: Office of Medical Cannabis, Department of Health
- Government Laws Missouri Medical Marijuana Program, Department of Health and Senior Services
- Government Laws Montana Department of Revenue
- Government Laws Nevada Department of Taxation
- Government Laws New Hampshire Therapeutic Cannabis Program, Department of Health and Human Services
- Government Laws New Jersey: Cannabis Regulatory Commission (CRC)
- Government Laws New Mexico: Cannabis Control Division (CCD)
- Government Laws New York: Office of Cannabis Management
- Government Laws New York: Office of Cannabis Management (OCM)
- Government Laws North Dakota Medical Marijuana Program, Division of Medical Marijuana
- Government Laws Office of Medical Cannabis, West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources
- Government Laws Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program
- Government Laws Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority
- Government Laws Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA)
- Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC)
- Government Laws Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Program
- Government Laws Rhode Island Office of Cannabis Regulation
- Training & Education THC Training
- Government Laws The Office of Medical Marijuana Use (OMMU)
- Dispensary Directory, MSOs (Multi-State Operators) Trulieve
- Dispensary Directory Uncle Ike's Pot Shop
- Government Laws Utah Medical Cannabis Program, Department of Health
- Government Laws Vermont: Cannabis Control Board
- Government Laws Virginia Cannabis Control Authority
- Government Laws Washington: Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board