Australian clinical trial set to study cannabis as insomnia treatment

A team of researchers from the University of Western Australia is set to embark on a world-first human clinical trial specifically examining the effects of medicinal cannabis on subjects suffering from chronic insomnia. The trial will be led by the university’s Center for Sleep Science and run in conjunction with Australian medical research and development company Zelda Therapeutics. ..
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