Cannabidiol and Chemotherapy

Cannabidiol and Chemotherapy

Seth B
Parker et al. stated that CBD can activate the CB receptors, causing them to activate other cells in a part of the brain called the terminal forebrain. In animal studies, CBD-related activation caused rats to show fewer reactions consistent with nausea when compared to a placebo, or even to conventional medications used to treat chemotherapy nausea. Future studies may explore whether these results have implications for humans as well.
Cannabidiol Research and Clinical Trials

Get Involved: CBD Clinical Trials

Corey Hartley
Research into the effects of cannabinoids, including cannabidiol, continues to progress into exploring an astonishing variety of systems and disorders. Although government restrictions on cannabis research hindered advancement until very recently, currently research has been blooming. If you would like to take part in this research and further our understanding of the biological mechanisms underlying the relief provided by the endocannabinoid system - check out the current clinical trials involving CBD. Many are currently recruiting participants all across the country - you could get involved!
5 Reasons To Try CBD

5 Reasons To Try CBD

Leah Concialdi
CBD, also known as cannabidiol, is a cannabinoid found in cannabis that is non-psychoactive. It’s found its way to the limelight due to several med...