But now the world’s most respected institutions like Oxford University are investigating the plant’s capabilities, the long-standing discrimination is starting to fall away. It’s great news for legal, non-psychoactive derivatives like cannabis oil (CBD), which is once again becoming a legitimate everyday supplement to help with a range of conditions. Finally, CBD is getting the recognition it deserves.
Ahmed Ahmed, Professor of Gynaecological Oncology at Oxford, says, “Cannabinoid research has started to produce exciting biological discoveries, and this research programme is a timely opportunity to increase our understanding of the role of cannabinoids in health and disease. This field holds great promise for developing novel therapeutic opportunities for cancer patients.”