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   Does CBD mitigate harms of cannabis?Does CBD mitigate harms of cannabis?
 
Researchers examine if adverse outcomes of THC could be alleviated by increasing the concentrations of CBD in these products.
 
   Dangers of recreational/medical cannabis useDangers of recreational/medical cannabis use
 
Researchers describe the wide range of neurological effects associated with cannabis use.
 
   Medical cannabis use reduces sleep disturbances caused by PTSDMedical cannabis use reduces sleep disturbances caused by PTSD
 
Researchers assess the association between the use of medical cannabis and sleep.
 
   CBD-based bioplastic material could one day be used in medical implants, food wrappersCBD-based bioplastic material could one day be used in medical implants, food wrappers
 
With the legalization of hemp cultivation, products containing cannabidiol (CBD) have become popular. Many of these oils and creams claim to alleviate pain and other conditions, and now, new research reported in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces suggests that CBD could have another function: as a bioplastic.
 
   High-quality human clinical trials needed to determine the benefits of CBD for heart disease patientsHigh-quality human clinical trials needed to determine the benefits of CBD for heart disease patients
 
As cannabidiol (CBD) use rises, high quality randomized clinical trials are needed to determine if anti-inflammatory benefits of CBD for heart disease seen in preclinical data will work in a real-world setting, according to research presented at ACC Latin America 2022 Together with CardioAcademic.