Can cannabis and CBD affect coronavirus?
As countries race to create a vaccine for the coronavirus, COVID-19, there is no better preventative measure other than avoiding infection in the first place. Those who have contracted the virus, need to drink lots of fluids to reduce the risk of dehydration and medication to reduce fever. In more severe cases, supplemental oxygen might be indicated.
Some have claimed that CBD, the non-psychoactive compound found in cannabis, can actually help prevent or even fight coronavirus infection. Some pharmacies even sent out promotional emails promising that its products can "help your body defend against COVID-19 coronavirus". However, just last week, a CBD store in Portland, OR, was ordered by the office of the state's attorney general to take down signs claiming that its products could boost immunity against COVID-19.
So "Can CBD Affect Corona Virus" or not? As of now, we don’t have any statistically significant evidence of CBD having effect on the coronavirus. It is very important to know the facts, the actual benefits of the product, which indeed can help boost immunity against COVID-19..
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