Anandamide, a naturally-occurring agonist of the cannabinoid receptor, blocks adenylate cyclase at the frog neuromuscular junction.

“Anandamide (arachydonylethanolamide) is a naturally-occurring ligand of the canabinoid receptor. When anandamide binds to its receptor, adenylate cyclase is inhibited…

The conclusions are that the motor nerve terminal has a cannabinoid receptor.

The binding of anandamide to this receptor seems to block adenylate cyclase.”