A 2017 randomized human study found CBD may lower blood pressure and reduce response to stress in humans, suggesting potential cardiovascular benefits.
A 2020 clinical trial found that a single dose of 300mg CBD reduces anxiety and tremors in individuals with Parkinson's disease.
A 2020 study found CBD isolate is more effective at reducing cancer cell viability compared to full-spectrum CBD oil, challenging the belief in the "entourage effect."
New 2023 review sheds light on CBD's potential benefits in treating medical conditions. Evidence shows CBD as a safe and effective anti-inflammatory agent for neurodegenerative, neuropsychiatric, autoimmune, and other diseases.
A 2022 study shows CBD boosts vitamin D3, enhances memory, reduces pain and aging. CBD interacts with key enzymes and receptors, modulating neurotransmitters and antioxidative enzymes.
A 2022 study has revealed that CBD is not only non-toxic, but it may actually extend lifespan by up to 18%.