CBD: Weaning off addictions

Weaning off addictions

CBD helps weaning off addictions such as alcohol or cocaine:

Studies already demonstrated that CBD could help weaning at tobacco (nicotine), recently other studies have been published in the English journal Alcohol and Alcoholism[1]. CBD would prove as a powerful tool for heavy alcohol and cocaine addictions treatments. This study which is coming from the academic section of the school of Pharmacology of Maryland shows that CBD has a very great potential for the treatment of various addictions. The study also showed that relapses were also very low, even 6 months after the discontinuation of CBD and the risks or side effects were absent.

Considering the current options for these addictions, it turns out that CBD is the best choice. If people with addictive behaviors have the immediate possibility, by spraying, for example, to take CBD in replacement of their addictions, the risk of relapse is significantly reduced. According to the study, cannabidiol (CBD) is the main non-psychoactive component of cannabis sativa, and is considered non-addictive.

Unlike the old myth that stigmatizes the cannabis as a gateway to other drugs, it becomes increasingly clear that with CBD, the opposite is true: cannabis can be a drug output, helping most affected out of severe addictions.


[1] http://m.alcalc.oxfordjournals.org/content/49/suppl_1/i34.3.abstract?sid=3fabdb8f-7f5c-46d4-9c03-ddbc5d5d238f

 

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