2017 has ended, the new year is already in full progress and loaded with expectations on what will happen in the world of Therapeutic Cannabis.
Many steps have been taken and many still have to be taken in order to give more and more consumers the possibility to access Cannabis and CBD as a form of Therapy and get information on what is going on in the world of CBD.
Last year we talked a lot about the therapeutic potentials of CBD and we will continue doing so in 2018 as well.
In the below article, we will take a closer look at the 5 most interesting discoveries made in the scientific field.
1 - CBD could reveal itself an essential ally for children suffering from drug resistant epilepsy. A retrospective research study published in “Seizure” demonstrates how 90% of the children to whom cannabis with high CBD contents was administered, had a decrease in frequency and intensity of epileptic seizures. (To learn more click Here)
2 - According to a research study conducted by the Canadian Medical Association Journal Cannabis can help fight chronic pain. The research team studied 23 adults affected by neuropathic pain and with a prescription of Cannabis for a period of about two weeks.
3 - CBD can also be a support for Cats and Dogs! In The United Stated for some years now you can find CBD products on the market for our hairy friends and most probably these products will become of use also in Europe and Italy, as requests registered by the Enecta team testify in relation to dogs suffering from epilepsy. Click Here.
4 - CBD can be an efficient remedy in case of skin problems, due to its anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. According to a research study conducted on Acne in women, after the first 7 days of treatment, 85,71% had reported an improvement and at the end of the 14 days of treatment 100% of the women declared to have noted improvement. To learn more, Click Here.
5 - CBD helps to repair fractures, something hard to immagine for many of us! This result arrives from a research study conducted at the University of Tel Aviv and at the Hebrew University and was published in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research. Click Here.
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