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Australian Researchers’ Preclinical Study Reveals CBD Curbs Meth Addition in Rats

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Macquarie University and the University of Sydney, participating in the Lambert Initiative reports on an animal study that isolates CBD as a promising treatment for methamphetamine addiction.  A growing number of studies show the potential therapeutic effectiveness of cannabidiol (CBD) in treating a variety of addictions such as heroin, cocaine and alcohol, to mental disorders such as schizophrenia to the psychoses and anxiety that can accompany addiction.

Iaian McGregor is the academic director of the Lambert Initiative and he was quoted “we would like to see a large clinical study.” Lambert does have funds to continue its effort.

Lead Research/Investigator

Iaian McGregor

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