A new study published in the Israel Medical Association Journal suggests CBD hemp oil could help reduce the symptoms and improved the quality of life for patients who suffer from adverse side effects like severe somatoform and dysautonomic sydrome after receiving HPV vaccination. Researchers entered the study with the notion that adverse side effects resulting from HPV vaccinations may be related to an imbalance in the endocannabinoid system. Authors of the study, who hailed from the University of Modena and the Reggio Emilia Medical School, wrote, “Due to the absence of a safe and effective therapy for these girls who were living with their families and having to deal with difficult conditions (such as emotional instability, social problems as well as school obligations), and suspecting that an endogenous cannabinoid network imbalance might be responsible for some of the described symptoms, we selected a natural therapeutic approach based on CBD-enriched hemp oil over a 3 month period in our Italian cohort.”
In the open-label study, 12 female patients between the ages 12 and 24 that had an adverse response to HPV vaccinations received sublingual CBD hemp oil drops over the course of three months. Each patient received 25 mg/kg daily, alongside 2-5 mg/ml CBD once a week, until they received the maximum dose of 150 mg/ml CBD per day. Researchers observed the oil presented, “significant benefits in the physical component score, vitality and social role functioning… This study demonstrated the safety and tolerability of CBD-rich hemp oil and the primary efficacy endpoint.” Two patients withdrew from the study claiming they experienced no benefits. While the results are hopeful, the researchers urge for blind clinical research to substantiate these results.
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