What if you are one of 20% of people who have a natural anti-anxiety gene? Psychiatrist Dr. Richard Friedman in a recent New York Times article writes, “this lucky genetic mutation produces higher levels of anandamide — the so-called bliss molecule and our own natural marijuana — in our brains.” Anandamide also protects against excess fear and may provide a basis for

FullSizeRender-1understanding how to treat addiction. Recreating the state in those unendowed, can render cravings less consuming. The “bliss molecule,” might be able to help many if itcan be constituted as a medical treatment. http://nyti.ms/1GjiDCg

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