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Oleamide

Oleamide is a derivative of Oleic Acid (major omega-9 fatty acid form Olive Oil) with a nitrogen group, and appears to be naturally associated with sleep; injections induce sleep and activate the same receptors as Marijuana.

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Things to Note

Primary Function:

Also Known As

Cerebrodiene

Do Not Confuse With

Oleic acid (fatty acid from which oleamide is derived from)

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