Mcmaster Researchers Find Cannabis Has Antibiotic Potential
‘We were motivated obviously by the excitement around cannabis for medical use,’ study lead Eric Brown said.
Researchers from McMaster University have discovered that a chemical compound in cannabis could be used to treat a highly resistant superbug.
Microbiologist Eric Brown and his team found that mice infected with methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), one of the most common and deadly bacteria, could be nursed back to health with a non-psychoactive element of cannabis known as cannabigerol (CBG).
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