Does CBD really counteract the neuropsychiatric risks of THC?
Matthew Hallam | | Quick Read
Exposure to high doses of cannabis has been associated with neuropsychiatric symptoms such as paranoia, anxiety and even psychosis – and the use of high THC:low CBD strains appears to be a particular risk factor (1). Studies have shown that CBD may reduce the subjective “high” of THC in human subjects (2), and it’s thought that it could also reduce the negative effects of THC. But the mechanisms behind CBD’s protective effect have remained a mystery.
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