A new study published in the journal Neurochemistry International, and published online by the National Institute of Health, has found that a compound in cannabis can help grow brain cells. “We tested three compounds: cannabidiol, cannabigerol, and cannabichromene (CBC), and found that CBC has positive effect on the cell viability of mouse NSPCs [adult neural …
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