More on what’s being learned about how CBD acts in and on the human nervous system in more ways than first imagined… …and just what is “promiscuous pharmacology” anyway…??

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“CBD is famous for the promise it holds for treating treatment-resistant forms of childhood epilepsy. A number of clinical trials, testing the efficacy of CBD in human epilepsy patients, are currently underway. But there is also evidence, mainly from animal studies and in vitro experiments, that CBD may have neuroprotective, anti-inflammatory and analgesic (pain-relieving) properties, and potential therapeutic value in the treatment of motivational disorders like depression, anxiety, and addiction.

What’s the biological basis for this wide range of potential medical uses? A key part of the answer lies in CBD’s ‘promiscuous pharmacology’—its ability to influence a wide range of receptor systems in the brain and body, including not only cannabinoid receptors but a host of others.”

Much more in the article – recommended…!

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