Applied Basic Science Shines at 20th Annual CVMBS Research Day

Research students at Colorado State University – working with CBD oil supplied by Applied Basic Science – garnered third place accolades at the 20th Annual CVMBS Research Day on Saturday. This informative poster details a current canine epilepsy study conducted by Dr. Stephanie McGrath at CSU. Dr. McGrath and her team are working in conjunction with Applied Basic Science and the American Kennel Club – Canine Health Foundation. Their current study tests the following hypothesis: CBD will be a safe and effective therapy for uncontrolled canine epilepsy with minimal adverse side effects. Promising preliminary results are encouraging. Researchers note that “CBD has the potential to reduce seizure frequency in dogs with uncontrolled, idiopathic epilepsy.”

CBD Oil provided by Applied Basic Science shows promising results with canine epilepsy patients.
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