Is marijuana a strong hope for future autism medicine?
Around 46% admitted they don’t know much about it, while 34% never heard about CBD use in children.
Now, with enough validated signatures, lawmakers have a four-month deadline within which to proceed with the legislation.
As cannabis becomes less stigmatized, the autism community is exploring treatments that are more accessible and less pharmaceutical.
Many autism medications can cause physical symptoms that further impact the lives of those with the condition.
Children whose mothers used cannabis during pregnancy have an increased risk of developing autism, a new Canadian data study found.
The autism community is (literally) buzzing over several recent studies showing that cannabis and CBD-based products may help those on the spectrum.
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