-Possible effects on blood pressure relative to stress"Using stress tests, such as math without a calculator, cardiovascular outputs were monitored. The study found that . It also “blunted the blood pressure response to stress[….]”"
-Treatment of seizures (with CBD) that are refractory to standard anti-convulsant therapies has demonstrated a statistically significant reduction in convulsant seizures. CBD has demonstrated a clinically significant in seizures in the pediatric population.
-Anxiety and Panic disorders. Multiple studies have shown promising results demonstrating that CBD shows a reduction in symptoms commonly associated with panic, fear and anxiety including lowering heart rate, disruption of "consolidation" traumatic event memories as well as improving cognitive recovery when exposed to traumatic stimuli (electric shocks were used in this study as an objective measure of subjective and complex human responses). "The most compelling conclusion is . Thus, it could be a solid alternative for “high potency benzodiazepines and antidepressant drugs in PD patients who are resistant to the current treatments.”"
-CBD has a net neutral effect on appetite. CBD is non habit forming and there is no evidence of development of tolerance, in other words the dosage is not known to increase over time to achieve optimal results.
-Chronic Colitis "Results indicated the two main cannabinoid receptors (CB1 and CB2), along with endocannabinoids and atypical cannabinoids are “upregulated in inflammation, and their presence and stimulation attenuate murine colitis.” Put simply: ."
-Liver disease "the analysis demonstrated that . It also reduced fat droplet accumulation."
-Pain: CBD has an effect on the human 'perception' of pain. Most people have a poor understanding of what causes pain which can be neurogenic, inflammatory, chronic or acute and the study of pain control is a challenging area in clinical research. It is likely that CBD has dual effects on pain due to being 1) an anti-inflammatory that also has 2) effects on neurological responses (like anxiety reduction). Neurogenic pain can be due to a disease in situ like diabetes or other diseases that attack both the nervous and circulatory system. In addition, patients may develop increased perception of pain due to the fear response which CBD may mediate as mentioned above. It is likely that further clinical studies will continue to show both a preventative effect as well as a palliative one.