Israeli researchers have found more compelling evidence that medical cannabis is an effective therapy for children on the #autism#spectrum. In this soon-to-be-published study in the journal #Neurology, researchers treated autistic children with high concentrations of CBD, a non-intoxicating #cannabinoid found in the #cannabis plant.
The study was led by the director of pediatric neurology at #Jerusalem’s Shaare Zedek Hospital, Dr. Adi Aran, who treated the 60 children with a high-CBD cannabis oil (20% #CBD and 1% #THC). The children were treated for at least seven months with the oil.
After the treatment period, parents answered assessment questionnaires to characterize their child’s condition. Questions were asked about behavioral changes, #anxiety levels and ability to communicate.
Here’s what they reported:
80% of parents noted a decrease in problematic behaviors, with 62% reporting significant improvements.
Half of the children had improved communication.
40% reported significant decreases in anxiety. (Note: one-third of the study participants began the study with no anxiety.)
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According to a recent survey conducted by cannabis market research firm the Brightfield Group and HelloMD, nearly half of CBD (cannabidiol) users give up prescription drugs and over the counter medications in favor of the non-psychoactive substance.
By: Carey Wedler/ANTIMEDIA — According to a recent survey conducted by cannabis market research firm the Brightfield Group and HelloMD, an online medical cannabis community, nearly half of CBD (cannabidiol) users give up prescription drugs and over the counter medications in favor of the non-psychoactive substance.
The survey of over 2,400 respondents found forty-two percent of CBD users — whether they used marijuana-derived CBD or hemp-derived CBD — “have left their traditional medications behind altogether and now use cannabis instead.”
The survey summarized that roughly “66% of CBD users indicated that CBD products are either ‘more effective’ or ‘much more effective’ in relieving their medical conditions than are over-the-counter (OTC) products.”
Further, “[a]pproximately 52% of this consumer group indicated that their CBD products are either ‘more effective’ or ‘much more effective’ in relieving medical conditions than are prescription medications.”
Common conditions users have employed CBD to treat include joint pain and inflammation, insomnia, depression, and, most often, anxiety. Preliminary research on CBD shows the cannabis derivative can be effective at treating some of these ailments.
When given the option to list “other” uses, survey respondent frequently cited “menstrual cramps, skin concerns, diabetes, ADHD, and stomach issues (IBS, loss of appetite, etc.).”
Respondents expressed satisfaction with the quality of treatment CBD provides:
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A group of researchers in California say they've made a major breakthrough on how to ramp up production of tetrahydrocannabivarin, also known as THCV. THCV is a cannabinoid with several medical benefits, such as fighting inflammation, protecting the brain, preventing epileptic episodes and more. But THCV is also a very rare cannabinoid and most cannabis strains contain only trace amounts of it. But these researchers say they've found a way to increase its production.⠀