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Cannabidiol As a Potential Epilepsy Treatment

A clinical trial to assess the effect of CBD on seizure frequency in dogs with idiopathic epilepsy   A randomized blinded controlled clinical trial study conducted in Colorado State University assessed the effect...

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Cannabidiol As Potential Antitumor Treatment

Cannabinoids are currently used in cancer patients to ease the disease and to treat side effects such as wasting, emesis and pain. In recent years a significant advancement in the research of cancer...

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Cannabidiol Therapy In Epilepsy And Seizure

Epilepsy is a neurological syndrome characterized by recurrent seizures. In recent consensus, epilepsy is divided in two main categories: primary (idiopathic) where there is no structural brain lesion, and secondary where there is...

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CBD As Additional Treatment In Osteoarthritis In Dogs

A study conducted in Cornell University, New York, USA, determined the basic oral pharmacokinetics, and assessed the safety and analgesic efficacy of a cannabidiol (CBD) based oil in dogs with osteoarthritis (OA).At the...

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CBD Pharmacokinetics In Dogs

Study conducted in Colorado State University, USA, determined the pharmacokinetics of cannabidiol (CBD) in three formulations (oral microencapsulated oil beads, oral CBD-infused oil, or CBD-infused transdermal cream), at a dose of 10 mg/kg...

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Cannabidiol As Potential Treatment In Skin Disorders

The endocannabinoid system (ECS), comprising the endogenous lipid mediators G-protein-coupled cannabinoid receptors in the skin, has been implicated in multiple regulatory functions and biological processes (e.g., proliferation, growth, differentiation, apoptosis and cytokine, mediator...

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CBD In Stress And Anxiety

Anxiety is an innate behavioral state associated with the anticipation of potential future threats. Anxiety‐like behaviors are important for survival. However, when anxiety behaviors become unbalanced, this eventually leads to anxiety‐related neuropsychiatric disorders...

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