Autism patients see significant improvement through cannabis, says new study

Posted by - September 16, 2022

Continuing research provides more evidence for the use of cannabis to treat autism symptoms Autism is commonly referred to as Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). These disorders manifest themselves in behavioral alterations, mainly in problems relating to the environment and communicating with others. The study of medical cannabis treatments for people suffering from autism has made

New study shows positive results for cannabis in treating autism

Posted by - July 14, 2022

Ongoing research is identifying the benefits cannabis offers those with autism Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a common developmental disorder involving dysfunctional social skills and abnormal cognitive function. In recent years the use of cannabis as a treatment for autism has become widespread, with many families reporting very good results. A new study comes to

Research shows that CBD-dominant cannabis extracts improve autism

Posted by - February 23, 2022

More evidence emerges to show the benefits of cannabis in treating autism Several specialists in pediatric neurology from Istanbul, Turkey, were the latest to report the relationship between dominant cannabidiol (CBD) and autism in children. Their study focused on the effects of CBD-rich cannabis in the treatment of autism, and it seems that the results

Autism symptoms can be alleviated better by THC than CBD

Posted by - December 21, 2021

Cannabis is known to reduce autism symptoms, but THC could be the main reason Autism can be defined as a neurodevelopmental disorder, which generates an alteration in social interaction and with the environment, in addition to problems in both verbal and non-verbal communication and behavior that is sometimes very restricted in scope and usually repetitive.

A new tool to objectively measure cannabis benefits in autistic children uncovered

Posted by - December 9, 2021

Cannformatics has reportedly determined how much cannabis is needed to combat autism An innovative tool with effective capabilities to objectively measure the benefits of medical cannabis treatment in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has recently been unveiled by a new study. The co-authors of this research say that the discovery will open up new

Understanding how cannabis can help treat autism

Posted by - May 24, 2021

Symptoms of autism have been shown to weaken or disappear with cannabis use Autism could be defined as a neurodevelopmental disorder, which generates an alteration in social interaction and with the environment, in addition to verbal and non-verbal communication problems, and behavior that is sometimes very restricted in scope and usually repetitive. The causes of

Continued research shows how cannabis can be used to treat autism

Posted by - February 10, 2021

Using cannabis to combat autism continues to gain support as an alternative to pharmaceuticals Autism is difficult to deal with. Obviously, it’s most difficult for the poor individual afflicted with the disease, but also very difficult for the parents, siblings and other caretakers trying to keep the autistic person comfortable, contented and under control. There

Clinical trials show the advantages of cannabis in autistic patients

Posted by - February 5, 2021

New research supports previous studies that show how cannabis can fight autism Utilizing a pair of whole-plant cannabis extracts dominant in cannabidiol (CBD), Israeli researchers have been experimenting with cross-over trials studying 150 young people with autism, average age around 12. Just like the previous studies that explored how cannabis could be used to treat

Benefits of cannabis for children all parents should know

Posted by - November 11, 2020

Cannabis can be used to treat epilepsy, autism and more in children As information about the benefits of cannabidiol (CBD) for a whole myriad of ailments in the human body, naturally parents with children who are suffering some debilitating condition are wondering if CBD is right, and safe, for their children. Nothing is worse for