Compound in Marijuana Has Potential Applications in Alzheimer’s Treatment

Compound in Marijuana Has Potential Applications in Alzheimer’s Treatment
Amid the rapidly changing political climate surrounding medical marijuana, researchers at University of South Florida (USF) found that low levels of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), a compound in marijuana, have the potential to slow or halt Alzheimer’s disease progression. Extremely low doses of THC were shown to reduce the production of amyloid beta and prevent amyloid aggregates

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