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Cannabis compounds prevented the virus that causes Covid-19 from penetrating healthy human cells, according to a laboratory study published in the Journal of Nature Products.

The two compounds commonly found in hemp -- called cannabigerolic acid, or CBGA, and cannabidiolic acid, or CBDA -- were identified during a chemical screening effort as having potential to combat coronavirus, researchers from Oregon State University said. In the study, they bound to spike proteins found on the virus and blocked a step the pathogen uses to infect people.

Any part of the infection and replication cycle is a potential target for antiviral intervention, and the connection of the spike protein’s receptor binding domain to the human cell surface receptor ACE2 is a critical step in that cycle. That means cell entry inhibitors, like the acids from hemp, could be used to prevent SARS-CoV-2 infection and also to shorten infections by preventing virus particles from infecting human cells. They bind to the spike proteins so those proteins can’t bind to the ACE2 enzyme, which is abundant on the outer membrane of endothelial cells in the lungs and other organs.

Come chat with Dr Trinh to review the most recent published study on how Cannabis Compounds Prevent Infection By Covid-19 Virus.
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January 20, 2022, 11:00 AM - 1:200 PM PST
Dr. Dung Trinh
Irvine Clinical Research
Dr. Dung Trinh
Dr. Trinh is a well-known expert in speaking on preventive health including brain health, inflammation, ketosis, and intermittent fasting. He has shared educational and medical knowledge on television, Laguna Woods community groups, Kiwanis, religious centers, local colleges, medical centers, senior centers, and at Alzheimer's Orange County.

Dr. Trinh serves on several advisory boards, board of directors and helped found several companies ranging from healthcare to e-commerce.

His passion includes:

- Leading teams of physicians, dentists, nurses, and high school students to third world countries including Vietnam, Peru, Haiti, and Mexico to provide free medical care through his non-profit organization TongueOut. In addition he has lead medical teams locally to help with Hurricane and Flood disaster assistance in Biloxi Mississippi during Hurricane Katrina and more recently to Houston Texas after Hurricane Harvey. The TongueOut story can be found at

- Creating serial business as a means to create passive income to fund medical missions charity work.

- Teaching medical school residents, interns as well as high school students the value of providing quality evidence based medical care as well as the need for compassion and passion in the pursuit of their goals.

- Dr Trinh has been awarded the Orange County Physician of Excellence Award for 10 consecutive years prior to his retirement as the medical director of MemorialCare Medical Foundation's outpatient Innovation Center in 2017 in order to focus on medical missions work.

Dr. Trinh came to the United States as a war refugee when he was 5 years old and was rescued by a US Chinook helicopter a day before the Fall of Saigon.
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Opening Comments: Celeste Miranda
Celeste is the CEO of MACE Media Group, Publisher of Terpenes & Testing, Extraction Magazine, CBD Health and Wellness, Delta 8 Magazine and Lifestyle Medicine News.
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Dung Trinh, MD: The recent findings on how research shows hemp compounds prevent coronavirus from entering human cells
The COVID pandemic has brought on a surge that is different than the infection surge - a surge in mental health conditions. Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, and post COVID Brain fog and dementia has increased significantly over the last 2 years. Come chat with Dr Trinh about the potential role of the Endocannabinoid System in mental health.
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