According to a new study published by the journal Addiction, a single dose of cannabidiol (CBD) reduces the salience and pleasantness of cigarette cues, compared with a placebo. “Cannabidiol (CBD), a non-intoxicating cannabinoid, may be a promising novel smoking cessation treatment due to its anxiolytic properties, minimal side-effects and research showing it may modify drug …
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