Experimental research dating as far back as 2000 showed that CBD may have the power to reduce the impact of heart damage caused by chemotherapy.
A decade later, a pivotal study was published in the Journal of American College of Cardiology, the prestigious medical journal read by cardiologists and heart surgeons around the world.
Laboratory research in 2010 uncovered the possibility that CBD might one day heal heart damage caused by chemotherapy.
It may even protect the heart from further damage.
Also in 2010, scientists also examined 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.