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  • World Health Organization Report Finds Possible Health Benefits and No Addictive Potential in CBD
    World Health Organization Report Finds Possible Health Benefits and No Addictive Potential in CBD
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    With a growing abundance of relevant pre-clinical and clinical research, the World Health Organization has recently issued positive recommendations regarding cannabidiol (CBD).  In a 2017 meeting held by the WHO, the Expert Committee on Drug Dependence (ECDD) released a fairly positive pre-review of CBD, stating it found no addictive potential and suggesting possible medical benefits



  • CBD’s Role in Inflammation
    CBD’s Role in Inflammation
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    The 2006 study “Inhibition of an equilibrative nucleoside transporter by cannabidiol: a mechanism of cannabinoid immunosuppression” concluded that both molecules inhibit adenosine uptake. By inhibiting adenosine uptake, CBD (and, less potently, THC) could play a therapeutic role in pain and inflammation.





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