Results From One of the Largest Clinical Trials on Cannabinoids, Pain Treatment Published

Results From One of the Largest Clinical Trials on Cannabinoids, Pain Treatment Published
HIghtimes main

The results of a clinical study were announced on June 15. Conducted by Radicle Science and Open Book Extracts (OBX), the study claims to be one of the largest cannabinoid trials to focus on pain treatment. The study analyzed 1,629 U.S.-based participants over a four-week period, with the focus of examining “the synergistic impact of rare cannabinoids like Cannabichromene (CBC) and Cannabigerol (CBG) on pain.” Although there are many studies being conducted regularly on the vast topic of medical cannabis, few are conducted as a blind, randomized, controlled clinical trial. OBX CEO Dave Neundorfer released a statement about providing scientific evidence that will help patients. “We at OBX are fundamentally dedicated to supporting all consumers in their endeavor to feel their best from the inside out through a holistic universe of effective, evidence-based cannabinoid products of the highest quality,” said Neundorfer. “While existing studies suggest that cannabidiol and rare cannabinoids, including CBG and CBC, have considerable potential to support wellness, there has been a glaring gap in scientifically valid research dedicated to guiding effective product development. That’s why we collaborated with the renowned medical experts and data scientists at Radicle Science to better understand the potential of rare cannabinoids as an ingredient and, in particular, their ability to support better quality of life outcomes relating to pain.” Dr. Jeff Chen, MD, who is Radicle Science’s CEO as well as UCLA Cannabis Research Initiative’s founder and former Executive Director explained the importance of studies such as this one that will pave the way for medical cannabis treatments in the future. “It’s a privilege to make history with OBX,” said Chen. “Rare cannabinoids are present in a variety of health and wellness products containing cannabis and hemp, but there has been virtually no clinical data on their effectiveness for any medical condition, including pain.…

Excerpt only …
READ MORE BELOW
Source : Results From One of the Largest Clinical Trials on Cannabinoids, Pain Treatment Published

reposted by Cannabis News World

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.