A new study from Tel Aviv University and published in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research suggests CBD-based medicines accelerate the healing of broken bones. In the study from TVU's Bone Research Laboratory, researchers led by Dr. Yankel Gabet administered CBD to rats, whose bones now only healed more rapidly, but also became stronger as an end result. In previous studies, CBD was already found to be a safe medication. Gabet said to the Times of Israel, "...we should continue this line of study in clinical trials to assess its usefulness in improving human fracture healing."
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