While the benefits of CBD oil are yet to be recognised by major health organisations, medical research has been carried out on the cannabis plants and its compounds sporadically for much longer than most of us realise.
In fact, it wasn’t until very recently that CBD, a derivative of the cannabis plant, which has been outlawed and regulated for as long as we can remember, was identified as an active compound in the human nervous system.
Currently, interest from scientists, users and entrepreneurs is growing as new research and news stories are starting to catch and hold the public’s attention. And, it’s with this growing interest that many consumers are wondering whether CBD oil is actually effective or just another wellness gimmick.
It’s with this in mind that we’ve created a resource that compiles all 405 CBD medical studies we’ve found online, on 52 conditions, in one place so that anyone who wanted to probe the claims made by CBD suppliers can have easy access to resources for their own further reading.
As you’ll soon find out, there’s still a lot of further research that needs to be done, and regulations that have to be put in place (so we know we’re talking about the same thing), before CBD will be standardised, recognised and developed as a medicine that effectively targets and treats the conditions below. That is, above and beyond the enormous body of evidence that already exists for the treatment of epilepsy, seizures, anxiety and pain.
Until then, we’ll keep producing what we believe are the best quality CBD oils currently available to users looking to explore alternative ways of treating symptoms and conditions they are yet to find relief from with conventional medicine.
A Collection of Scientific Abstracts
Last updated: Tuesday 18th June 2019