Study: CBD Oil Safe, Effective for Autism Patients

Study: CBD Oil Safe, Effective for Autism Patients

CBD oil could be an effective treatment option for people with autism. According to a new study published late last month,.

A case study conducted by a team of Canadian researchers and published August 26 in the journal Cureus found that ‘Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) improves the overall quality of life for these individuals and their families’. .”

The study centered on a 9-year-old male patient diagnosed with non-verbal autism spectrum disorder and described “emotional outbursts, inappropriate behavior, and difficulty communicating his needs to others. showed social deficiencies, including challenges.”

A 9-year-old patient “required daily insulin injections with self-harming behaviors such as hitting the head and chest” and exhibited inappropriate behavior such as “playing with feces and shaking the floor for himself.” ‘, said the researchers. – Soothes (stimulates).

“His condition was a huge burden for his caregivers, as the patient was unable to be independent at school and at home,” the researchers explained in the abstract. They were treated with a low-THC oil formulation that contained 20mg CBD and <1mg THC per milliliter.The starting dose of CBD oil was 0.1ml twice daily, twice daily every 3-4 days. The dose was increased to 0.5 ml.Overall, patients experienced a decrease in negative behaviors such as violent outbursts, self-harm, and sleep disturbance.Social interaction, concentration, and emotional stability improved. A combination of high-CBD and low-dose THC oil has proven to be an effective therapeutic option for managing symptoms associated with autism, improving the lives of both patients and caregivers. improve quality.”

According to the researchers, the patient “began CBD treatment through a medical cannabis clinic at age 7.5, starting with full-spectrum, high-CBD and low-THC oil formulations.”

“Within the first two weeks of starting treatment, patients fell asleep in 10 to 15 minutes and were able to sleep for 8 to 10 hours,” they wrote. “By being able to go to the bathroom, wash his hands, and go back to bed unsupervised, he stopped wearing pull-up diapers and exhibited new behaviors. improved.He was able to practice holding a pencil and tracing letters.He began following simple instructions, such as obtaining three separate items of clothing.At school, the patient was He received a better grade report card and felt less angry.This improvement allowed him to interact with peers without signs of aggression. He sat for over 30 minutes, holding a marker and concentrating enough to trace letters and numbers.The change we saw was amazing.”

The researchers concluded that patients “responded positively to the introduction of CBD oil treatment, with fewer negative behaviors, better sleep, and improved communication.”

“With increasing clinical research on the use of cannabidiol in treating patients with mood disorders, anxiety, chronic pain conditions, and other behavioral problems, it is important to understand the importance of using cannabidiol to manage symptoms associated with autism. “In the case studies presented, pediatric patients showed improvement in behavior and cognition, and no side effects were reported. Overall, this study presents examples that motivate further research and clinical studies to understand the molecular mechanisms of CBD, dosing regimens for pediatric populations, pathogenesis of ASD, and how different doses affect different demographics. .”

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