Category: Studies

Study: Hemp Seed May Reduce Copper Toxicity, Has “Therapeutic Role” in Animal Feed

Hemp seed supplementation “showed significant improved results against copper toxicity” and “could be recommended as an animal feed ingredient for its therapeutic role”, according to new research. The research is being published in the May, 2023 issue of the journal Biological Trace Element Research, with the abstract epublished online ahead of print by the National …

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Case Report: Oil With CBD and THC Significantly Reduced Pain in Cat With Chronic Osteoarthritic Pain

In a clinical case report being published in the upcoming issue of the peer-reviewed journal Veterinary Medicine and Science, oil with both THC and CBD reduced the pain index by over 50% in a feline with chronic osteoarthritic pain. Conducted by researchers at the Universidad de la República in Uruguay, the study was epublished ahead …

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Study Finds CBD May be a “Therapeutic Agent Candidate for Endometriosis”

Due to its anti-inflammatory, antioxidative and antiangiogenic effects, “CBD might be a therapeutic agent candidate for endometriosis”, states a newly published study. Titled Cannabidiol as a potential novel treatment for endometriosis by its anti-inflammatory, antioxidative and antiangiogenic effects in an experimental rat model, the study was published in the peer-reviewed publication Reproductive BioMedicine Online, as …

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Study: Sublingual Spray With THC and CBD Can Control Blood Sugar, Lowers Cholesterol in Type 2 Diabetes Patients

A sublingual spray that contains both CBD and THC “could be a new therapeutic agent for lipid and glycemic control in diabetic patients”, according to a double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial published by the Iranian Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, and epublished by the U.S. National Library of Medicine. Conducted by researchers at Shahid Beheshti University of …

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Study Finds CBD May Help Combat Parkinson Disease

The cannabis compound cannabidiol (CBD) “acts as neuroprotector in dopaminergic neurons, reducing neurotoxicity and α-syn accumulation highlighting its potential in the treatment of PD”, according to a new study. The study is being published in the recent issue of the journal Neurochemical Research, and it was epublished online ahead of print by the National Library …

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Study: CBD Can Mitigate Opioid Cravings

Administering marijuana-derived CBD significantly reduces opioid cravings in animals, according to a new study published in the journal Addiction Neuroscience. For the study researchers from Washington State University and Legacy Research Institute in Portland examined the efficacy and safety profile of vaporized CBD in female rates. They found that rats provided with CBD were less likely to …

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CBD Was Efficient in Preventing Chemotherapy-Induced Neuropathic Pain in New Study

Cannabidiol (CBD) was efficient in preventing chemotherapy-induced neuropathic pain in a new study published by the Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology. The study “aimed to investigate the effect of cannabidiol (CBD) on type 4 Toll-like receptors (TLR4), glial cells and pro-inflammatory cytokines during the neuropathic pain induced by the chemotherapy agent paclitaxel (PTX), as well …

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Using a Cell Membrane Bionic Delivery System for CBD May Help Alleviate PTSD Symptoms

A cell membrane bionic delivery system for CBD assisted with ultrasound “had good therapeutic effect against PTSD mice”, and may help to “alleviate the symptoms of PTSD.” This is according to a new study published by the International Journal of Pharmaceutics. The study was conducted by researchers at the Shandong University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, …

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Study: 59% of Neighborhoods in Canada Within a 5-Minute Drive of a Cannabis Store

A new study published in the journal Drug and Alcohol Review details just how much Canada’s legal cannabis market has grown since being legalized in 2018. Titled Access to legal cannabis market in Canada over the four years following non-medical cannabis legalisation, the study was conducted by researchers at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, the …

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Study: U.S. Veterans Reported “Positive Outcomes for Pain, Sleep, and Emotional Problems Because of Cannabis”

In a new study published by the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs the vast majority of U.S. veterans “reported positive outcomes for pain, sleep, and emotional problems because of cannabis use in two survey periods.” “Medical cannabis use among U.S. Veterans has continued to rise”, notes the abstract of the study, which was conducted by researchers …

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