Welcome to the Center for Scientific Cannabinoid Information (CSCI). Our goal is to provide current, reliable information on cannabinoids, such as hemp-sourced CBD, as well as other naturally occurring cannabinoids.
We have compiled the most recent research findings and clinical best practices on the impact of cannabinoids on health, wellness, and athletic performance for the healthcare provider, athletic or personal coach, health and wellness coach, scientist, or other professional, in need of reliable information about hemp-derived cannabinoids.
Our aim is to support you in helping your clients by having access to trustworthy information on the safety, efficacy, and legality of CBD and other cannabinoids. We look forward to helping you stay well informed as new cannabis research studies and best practices become available, increasing our understanding of how cannabinoids play a role in treating and preventing disease, as well as their overall benefits in supporting and enhancing athletic performance, sleep, mood, and many other aspects of health and wellness.
The clinical research, backing the claims of the safety and efficacy of products such as CBD, are beginning to gain momentum. A growing body of evidence shows that CBD may even be very effective in the treatment of anxiety and mood disorders such as depression.
People who suffer from chronic (long-term) pain, inflammation, severe anxiety, or certain types of cancer are increasingly looking to cannabidiol (CBD) for relief. But what does the research say about the health benefits of CBD, does it really work?
Insomnia involves trouble falling asleep, difficulty sleeping through the entire night, and/or early waking with the inability to get back to sleep. Cannabidiol (CBD) is used for a variety of health conditions, including arthritis, anxiety, and to promote relaxation and sleep.
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