Scientist with a Petri dishRecent study have found evidence suggesting that CBD, or cannabidiol, might in fact help certain cancer drugs in their mission to kill certain cancers. 

Aware of the anti-inflammatory and other potential healing benefits of CBD, oncology researchers at the Korea University College of Medicine in Seoul, South Korea decided to pair CBD with a common cancer treatment.

“Our studies demonstrate that cannabidiol enhances TRAIL-induced apoptosis… and suggests that cannabidiol is a novel agent for increasing sensitivity to TRAIL,” wrote the researchers, adding that “we conclude that the combination of cannabidiol and TRAIL is a significant potential therapy” for sufferers of colorectal cancer.

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