Welcome to the Green Flower Learning Lab. The information in these pages are designed for both the general consumer, as well as, health and medical practitioners seeking to expand their working knowledge of cannabis and the potential of cannabinoid based therapies. While we work to ensure the information in these pages and resources is accurate and up to date, we do not make any claims as to the veracity or totality of the information contained herein. Research into cannabis as medicine is ongoing and our understanding of its many potential benefits continues to grow everyday. Our hope is that you will find this information beneficial and inspiring in your own search to better understand the potential of this incredible plant to increase overall health, vitality, and well-being.
The Effects of CBD As Studied On Specific Conditions
When it comes to medical cannabis, very few aspects of the plant are as misunderstood as cannabidiol or CBD. CBD is a non-toxic, non-psychoactive and non-addictive compound that is found in the cannabis plant, that has flourished even in the unregulated market, due to its undeniable therapeutic properties. Nonetheless, it has suffered much from the stigma normally attached to other cannabinoids such as THC.
Since CBD is not regulated, opportunistic scammers have peddled a lot of disinformation that has almost set CBD as the modern day equivalent of snake oil. Therefore, it is understandable why many people learning about CBD for the first time may be hesitant.
One of our highest priorities here at Green Flower Botanicals is to curate and maintain our database of ongoing and available medical research on the effects of cannabidiol (CBD) on various conditions.
We believe that the only way to remove the stigma associated with CBD is by providing clear and accurate information with regards to what scientists have found out through various studies. By spreading accurate information, we demystify any deceptions and ensure that those who may wish to benefit from CBD’s medicinal qualities do not miss out merely due to disinformation.
What to expect when you click the links below
Below, is a list of the research associated with CBD as a potential treatment for various medical conditions. To get acquainted with the research on CBD and specific medical conditions, click on the corresponding link to find a list of all the relevant studies and abstracts.
We understand that some of these studies may be too technical for you to draw clear conclusions and understand their implications. That is why you will find a short, introductory summary of all the studies on each of these pages.
The following information is presented for educational purposes only. Green Flower Botanicals, Inc. provides this information to provide an understanding of the potential applications of cannabidiol. Links to third party websites do not constitute an endorsement of these organizations by Green Flower Botanicals, Inc. and none should be inferred.
CBD products are not approved by the FDA for the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of any disease. We are restricted from making any claims about the efficacy of our specific CBD products to treat or cure any disease or medical conditions. You should always seek the advice of a physician before adding nutritional supplements to your diet.
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Research on Cannabidiol (CBD) as Treatment For:
- General Research Acne ADD - ADHD Addiction AIDS ALS Alzheimers Anorexia Antibiotic Resistance Anxiety Arthritis Asthma Atherosclerosis Autism ASD Bipolar Disorder Cancer Chronic Pain Depression Diabetes Digestive Issues Endocrine Disorders Epilepsy - Seizures Fibromyalgia Glaucoma Heart Disease Huntington's Disease Inflammation Irritable Bowel Syndrome Liver Disease Metabolic Syndrome Migraines Mood Disorders Motion Sickness Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Nausea Neurodegeneration Obesity OCD Osteoporosis Parkinson's Disease PTSD Rheumatism Schizophrenia Sickle Cell Anemia Skin Conditions Sleep Disorders Stress Stroke