Autism, for whatever reasons, has grown to encompass a larger part of our young population over the last several decades. I personally know many families who have children who are somewhere on the spectrum, some mild and some severe. The idea that CBD might be an effective way to control the sometimes raw emotions and social awkwardness that can surround an autistic child, while not new, is gaining some scientific credence. And there’s a reason for it.
Zynerba, a publicly-traded company, has just completed a Phase 2 controlled study that shows that their transdermal CBD product has an impact on autism behaviors. This is an important study as it reveals the impact of autism on a developing nervous system.
If you have an autistic child or know someone who dies, this is a very appropriate read. It won’t take long to get some knowledge that yet another therapeutic use for cannabis, no matter what compound in cannabis, has been found to be effective.
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