Buyer Beware: CBD Products May Peddle False Hope Amid Corona Fears (

Dr. Adam Friedman, Department of Dermatology warns that any claims that a medical cannabinoid-based product can kill COVID-19 are “absolutely unsubstantiated”. There is no evidence that these products contain any antiviral properties, and patients should be advised against believing such claims.See full article here.

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