Galantamine Fights Muscle Weakness and Dementia

Researchers in many different studies have found that galantamine, a compound from the common daffodil, can limit the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and slow dementia. It’s also been used for decades in Eastern Europe and Russia to treat muscle weakness.


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Cannabidiol Reduces Physical Impact of Anxiety on the Brain

Researchers found that cannabidiol from hemp reduced the symptoms of social anxiety disorder (SAD). The researchers conducted brain scans of the participants and found significant changes in blood flow to the regions of the brain linked to feelings of anxiety. So there was a clear physiological cause for the improvements.


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CBD Passes the Safety Tests

Study after study has shown that CBD has many medical uses. What’s more, it can treat these medical conditions usually without any side effects. So it’s safe and effective.


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