Experimental research as far back as 2001 showed the potential of CBD to reduce the impact of heart damage.
Nine years later, the results of another pivotal study were published in the Journal of American College of Cardiology, the prestigious medical journal read by cardiologists and heart surgeons.
Laboratory research uncovered a possible role for CBD in protecting and healing heart tissue that’s been damaged by a type of chemotherapy used in breast cancer.
The 2010 research also examined the cells of a human heart muscle damaged by diabetes.
In that study, it was found that applying CBD to the cells produced strong evidence that CBD can reduce inflammation and protect heart tissue from thickening and scarring.