- NYPost reported, A team of Canadian scientists believes it has found strong strains of cannabis that could help prevent and then treat coronavirus infections.
- University of Lethbridge researchers have found that a study in April showed at least 13 cannabis plants high in CBD that appeared to affect the ACE2 pathways that the bug uses to access the body.
- Researchers stressed that more research was needed, the study gave hope.
- The researchers are seeking funding to continue its efforts to support scientific initiatives to address COVID-19.
“Given the current dire and rapidly evolving epidemiological situation, every possible therapeutic opportunity and avenue must be considered.”One of the researchers
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