You probably heard that marijuana is good for guts but what is that actually mean? In ENDOC cannabinoid system, to see what it does and what marijuana does to it and what that does to you. The ENDOC cannabinoid system is a biological system native to a chemical messenger called Endocannabinoids. Cellular receptors that can communicate Endocannabinoids and enzymes that can break down cannabinoids after they deliver their messages. As Endocannabinoids communicate with receptors through your body be create balance and regulate many body and brain functions such as helping with memory, coping with stress, pain, and anxiety, and keeping hunger, body temperature, motor coordination, and alertness and balance. Now let’s see what happens when marijuana is introduced to this balancing system. Make from a plant called cannabis, marijuana can be smoked, vaporized, or just in through food or drink. Marijuana contains a chemical called THC since THCs chemical structure is similar to the natural kind of endocannabinoids the body allows THC to attach to the endocannabinoid receptor in the brain. When THC enters the body it over warns the endocannabinoid system attaching to cannabinoid receptors and throwing the body and brain off balance. Presenting endocannabinoids in your brain from doing their jobs. Endocannabinoids work like a well-conducted and highly synchronized orchestra with each one plank in a particular time and place and harmony.