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État actuel des connaissances sur le potentiel thérapeutique du cannabidiol, comment le pharmacien d'officine peut-il le conseiller ?

Abstract : Hemp is one of the oldest plants cultivated and used by humans. Known since the Neolithic period for its medicinal properties and the quality of its fibers, its molecular composition and mechanism of action have, however, remained largely unknown. In recent years, there has been growing interest in the therapeutic potential of cannabidiol, the main non-psychoactive molecule in cannabis. This cannabinoid has been shown to have anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anxiolytic, sedative, anticonvulsant, anti-emetic, and many more effects. All of this underlies use in several common conditions: anxiety, depression, insomnia, autoimmune diseases, cancer or epilepsy. Patients generally practice self-medication, and the pharmacist has a role to play in this regard, in order to further secure and supervise the use of CBD. He will be able to rely on this medium, which contains all the information necessary for full advice, namely the pathologies concerned, the mechanism of action, adverse effects, drug interactions and legislation.
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Mailis Esteben. État actuel des connaissances sur le potentiel thérapeutique du cannabidiol, comment le pharmacien d'officine peut-il le conseiller ?. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2020. ⟨dumas-03076699⟩

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