2013: An Excellent Year For Dagga Research

Weed-cure-cancer Only six full months into the year, and 2013 has already been one of the best in regards to meaningful and impactful dagga-related studies and research. As time goes by science continues to crush decades of absurd propaganda, in addition to finding benefits of dagga and ending its prohibition that even advocates may not have expected. The more dagga science that’s released, the easier it becomes to get the public to understand and pay attention to its vast benefits.

Here’s a list of some of the most important dagga studies to come out this year. We look forward to the studies yet to be released.

  • Study Shows Dagga May Reverse Symptoms of Dementia – February, 2013: A group from Neuroscience Research Australia has found early evidence that cannabidiol – one of the main ingredients in dagga – may reverse some of the symptoms of dementia, specifically Alzheimer’s disease. “It basically brings the performance of the animals back to the level of healthy animals,” said Tim Karl, one of the study’s researchers.

Source: TheWeedBlog

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