The results from all tests were clear: pre-treatment with CBD drastically reduced symptoms of SAD.
The results of the study confirmed that “CBD leads to improvement in fracture healing and demonstrate the critical mechanical role of collagen crosslinking enzymes.”
By using its ability to regulate the bodies' endocannabinoid system, CBD has shown to not only protect against cancer, but also able to treat the side effects from other cancer treatments, such as cisplatin-induced nephrotoxicity.
The untreated AD mice demonstrated a social recognition deficit, which was not apparent in the CBD-treated AD mice. Researchers stated that their "findings provide the first evidence that CBD may have potential as a preventative treatment for AD with a particular relevance for symptoms of social withdrawal and facial recognition.”
For those suffering from cardiovascular disorders, CBD could offer a natural treatment therapy, as opposed to, pharmaceutical or surgical options.
Cannabidiol treatment led to a significant decrease in tumor cell levels, as well as, a decrease in leukemic cell viability and the induction of apoptosis. The results of the study showed that CBD may be a viable treatment for leukemia.