Retrospective 1,212 patients in the USA with a history of seizure-related conditions, showing patients treated with CBD100 had significantly lower incidence of COVID-19 cases compared to a matched control group.In Vitro study showing CBD inhibits SARS-CoV-2 with Vero E6 and Calu-3 cells. Mouse study showing CBD significantly inhibited viral replication in the lung and nasal turbinate.Authors note that CBD does not inhibit ACE2 expression or the main viral proteases, inhibition occurs after viral entry. Authors stress several limitations for use at this time, including purity, quality, and the formulation of products, and potential lung damage based on administration method.Authors recommend clinical trials, but do not mention the existing RCT by Crippa et al.
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