Study: Hemp Cannabinoid could help children with intellectual disabilities

Study: Hemp Cannabinoid could help children with intellectual disabilities

Hemp Cannabinoid Help Children With Intellectual Disabilities

A new study, during which children and adolescents with intellectual disabilities were administered CBD, showed that this cannabinoid is able to positively influence the nature of their behavioral problems. The peer-review study has shown that CBD – an active component of the cannabis plant – is able to significantly reduce the severity of behavioral problems in children and adolescents. Most of the study participants did not notice any negative side effects, and the CBD was well tolerated.

  • Irritability decreased
  • Aggression diminished
  • Self-injury was applied less (self-harm)
  • Participants shouted less
Ashley Dellinger

Ashley Dellinger

Ashley Dellinger is a trailblazer in the cannabis and hemp sectors, serving as the Director of Innovation at The Hemp Collect. With a keen visionary mindset, she not only propels advancements in these industries but also showcases her versatility as a seasoned professional writer based in Oregon. As a collaborative force, Ashley works alongside leading brands, processors, and retailers to elevate industry standards. Ashley Dellinger's work not only sets new benchmarks but also inspires others to pursue excellence. For a closer look into her insights and experiences, connect with Ashley on LinkedIn, Instagram, and Facebook.

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