OSU Hemp Study Could Change The CBD Market

“It’ll push the agenda in some institutions to favor cannabinoid research”

Recent research conducted by Oregon State University, which found hemp compounds could help prevent coronavirus, could have big implications for the expanding CBD market.

The OSU study, published Jan. 10, 2022, identified CBDa and CBGa as two compounds found in hemp which illustrate the ability to prevent the virus that causes COVID-19 from entering human cells.

While CBDistillery CEO Chase Terwilliger wasn’t surprised by OSU’s findings, he told KOIN 6 News he was excited to see more research on the potential benefits of hemp products.

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