Cannabidiol Improves Sociability of Autistic Mice

October 24, 2019 15:00:10

The list of conditions that can be alleviated by cannabidiol (CBD) has been growing at an exponential rate over the years. The compound has been found to have potent pain relief and anti-inflammatory properties that make it a powerful pain reliever. It counters insomnia, helps reduce anxiety, stress, and depression, and it helps reduce seizures in children with epilepsy.

Recently, researchers found additional evidence that CBD can be used to manage the symptoms of autism. A single dose of marijuana eased seizures and improved learning and sociability in mice with mutations in an autism gene called…


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