THC More Effective Than CBD In Treating Autism, New Preliminary Study Shows

As cannabis becomes less stigmatized, the community is exploring treatments that are more accessible and less pharmaceutical.

So far, a number of studies have confirmed that medical cannabis helps alleviate behavioral problems in children with autism.

The Journal of and Developmental Disorders, for example, found that the use of cannabidiol-rich cannabis improved behavioral outbreaks in 61% of patients in a study of 60 children on the spectrum.

An Israeli study, published in Nature in 2019, proved the same. A total of 188 patients with the same condition had been treated with an oil containing 30% CBD and 1.5% THC between 2015 and 2017. The oil appeared to be “well-tolerated, …

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