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Researchers investigating whether CBD could treat coronavirus By Francesca Sacco For he Amanarand Cr rier nabis that, unlike marijua na, does not give patients the high produced by evated THC levels. Hemp has grown in popularity among farmers and health a not intended to include and wellness retailers in recent years. Its ingredi ents, including CBD can be used in a variety of con sumer products, includ ing cosmetics. biofuel and purported Editor's note A primary care physician should be consuled before teking any supplements. No one other than a doctor should proeide medical advice. This article recent non-peer-reviewed auseful medication in treat- study showed that CBD could belp block ACE2. the molecule that the COVID-19 virus uses to enter cells and CBD by itself should never spread infection ing the coronavirus. How ever, with many unknowns thatareyet tobe determined, The research underway at the University of Mary lands School of Medicine will expand upon the work in Canada, attempting to de- termine further if CHD can reduce the activity of MCE2, Iwill also investigate if CBD could be used to help pro- tect again the excessive in flammatory responses to the virus associated with hung more research is needed be damage and death. be used to treat the coro navirus. A patiene infected with the coronavirus shouk always follow the advice of their physician, which hope fully would include recom mendations from an infec- tious disease specialist." medical advice, nor should ia be interpreted as sach. Heath experts and scien tists woeldwide are search ing for potential treatments and cures to address the food. CBD is a to have various health bene de coronavirus Now, the search is leading researchers to the cannabis plant foe possible anvwers. pandemic. fits, inchuding reducing c pression and anxiety, but scientific research validat- Ing such benefits has been limited to this point. In Washington, Chris Ko- han, co-founder of The Healing Center, agrees that Researchers at the Univer sity of Maryland School of Medicine have launched a lab-based study to in vestigate whether CBD, a non-psychoactive compo- nent of cannabis, has antivi ral etfects on cells infected with the virus that causes COVID-19, Th researchers are using a proprietary CBD formula produced by Balti- more-based firm biokeme dies MD to examine inter actions between CBD and the coronavirus, and deter mine whether CBD may be an effective treatment. fore CBD can be used as an effective treatment for the corcnavirus. According to an article in the Baltimore Business Journal, The University of Maryland School of Med- Regardless of the early stag es of tesearch, local experts warm that more testing is necessary before individu als start turning to CHD or medical marijuana for any COVID-19 virus treatment. "Everything so far is prelim inary. It's a slippery slope. andthat's how people end up making fun of our industry. Kohan said. "Initial studies have shown some promise, but they are very, very ear he We have to wait until we have more research." icine research team is fo- cusing on CBID'S potential anti-in The usefulness as flammatory agent. coronavirus causes aggres sive inflammatory respons- es and can cause damage to airways and potentially lead to acute respiratory distress or respiratory failure. "Medical marijuana, includ- Ing CB, does have some antiblocie properties that may be useful in treating Infections," Richard Geeer, pharmacy director for Sole vo Wellness, who has loca tions in Squirrel Hill, Cran berry and Washington, said. "Some limited research has come out that CED may be This content is ponoed by The Healig Cmr, Compas siorate Certification Cmters, Jour CD Siore Bridenlle Bethel Park. Maivi Mevdicinals Soleno Wellors and the AMedi- cie Shoppe- Wishing The Maryland- based study follows on the work of Cana- dian researchers at the Uni CBD is derived from the hemp plant, a kind of can- versity of Lethbeidge. Their Do you suffer from? Uniontown's only PAIN - ANXIETY - INSOMNIA women-owned and operated medical marijuana dispensary. DEPRESSION - MIGRAINE & More. Studies suggest CBD could help improve your health and wellnes We're happy to discuss a treatment plan thats best for you Contact us today! 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Call us at 888-316-9085 or visit us online at cccregister.com COMPASSIONATE CERTIFICATION CENTERS Researchers investigating whether CBD could treat coronavirus By Francesca Sacco For he Amanarand Cr rier nabis that, unlike marijua na, does not give patients the high produced by evated THC levels. Hemp has grown in popularity among farmers and health a not intended to include and wellness retailers in recent years. Its ingredi ents, including CBD can be used in a variety of con sumer products, includ ing cosmetics. biofuel and purported Editor's note A primary care physician should be consuled before teking any supplements. No one other than a doctor should proeide medical advice. This article recent non-peer-reviewed auseful medication in treat- study showed that CBD could belp block ACE2. the molecule that the COVID-19 virus uses to enter cells and CBD by itself should never spread infection ing the coronavirus. How ever, with many unknowns thatareyet tobe determined, The research underway at the University of Mary lands School of Medicine will expand upon the work in Canada, attempting to de- termine further if CHD can reduce the activity of MCE2, Iwill also investigate if CBD could be used to help pro- tect again the excessive in flammatory responses to the virus associated with hung more research is needed be damage and death. be used to treat the coro navirus. A patiene infected with the coronavirus shouk always follow the advice of their physician, which hope fully would include recom mendations from an infec- tious disease specialist." medical advice, nor should ia be interpreted as sach. Heath experts and scien tists woeldwide are search ing for potential treatments and cures to address the food. CBD is a to have various health bene de coronavirus Now, the search is leading researchers to the cannabis plant foe possible anvwers. pandemic. fits, inchuding reducing c pression and anxiety, but scientific research validat- Ing such benefits has been limited to this point. In Washington, Chris Ko- han, co-founder of The Healing Center, agrees that Researchers at the Univer sity of Maryland School of Medicine have launched a lab-based study to in vestigate whether CBD, a non-psychoactive compo- nent of cannabis, has antivi ral etfects on cells infected with the virus that causes COVID-19, Th researchers are using a proprietary CBD formula produced by Balti- more-based firm biokeme dies MD to examine inter actions between CBD and the coronavirus, and deter mine whether CBD may be an effective treatment. fore CBD can be used as an effective treatment for the corcnavirus. According to an article in the Baltimore Business Journal, The University of Maryland School of Med- Regardless of the early stag es of tesearch, local experts warm that more testing is necessary before individu als start turning to CHD or medical marijuana for any COVID-19 virus treatment. "Everything so far is prelim inary. It's a slippery slope. andthat's how people end up making fun of our industry. Kohan said. "Initial studies have shown some promise, but they are very, very ear he We have to wait until we have more research." icine research team is fo- cusing on CBID'S potential anti-in The usefulness as flammatory agent. coronavirus causes aggres sive inflammatory respons- es and can cause damage to airways and potentially lead to acute respiratory distress or respiratory failure. "Medical marijuana, includ- Ing CB, does have some antiblocie properties that may be useful in treating Infections," Richard Geeer, pharmacy director for Sole vo Wellness, who has loca tions in Squirrel Hill, Cran berry and Washington, said. "Some limited research has come out that CED may be This content is ponoed by The Healig Cmr, Compas siorate Certification Cmters, Jour CD Siore Bridenlle Bethel Park. Maivi Mevdicinals Soleno Wellors and the AMedi- cie Shoppe- Wishing The Maryland- based study follows on the work of Cana- dian researchers at the Uni CBD is derived from the hemp plant, a kind of can- versity of Lethbeidge. Their Do you suffer from? Uniontown's only PAIN - ANXIETY - INSOMNIA women-owned and operated medical marijuana dispensary. DEPRESSION - MIGRAINE & More. Studies suggest CBD could help improve your health and wellnes We're happy to discuss a treatment plan thats best for you Contact us today! Wearepfor sl nd phone reervions dering COVID-IR 24.0AS (oye. ) 27 Wt Main Sereet Uienten, PA 15401 300 HIGHEST QUALITY Continualy tested - at least 3 times-to Superior genetics and strains of hemp- the best in the world MAITRIMEDS.COM MAITRIMEDS ensure quality and consistency MAITRI Pittsburgh's only women-owned and operated medical marijuana dispensary. - Homegrown farming outdoors in natural sunlight and Kentucky sol - No GMO pesticides, or other harmful chemicals ALL NATURAL peseg 8) a umos se psay SAFETY products are very sade even at extremely high levels ensure quality and warpen fer eliaa nd phans reserniens dering COVID-N. consistency 412404.744 (oys. 3) S845 Centre Ave WE TREAT OUR CUSTOMERS LIKE FAMILY! Medicine est Shoppe MAITRIMEDS.COM PHARM ACY GMAITRIMEDS 724-222-0900 eren e.Wein ye m MAITRI www.dan Doctor not prescribing your pain medications anymore? NO Try Medical Cannabis - located right on Chestnut St., Washington, PA! Call us at 888-316-9085 or visit us online at cccregister.com COMPASSIONATE CERTIFICATION CENTERS