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"Finding out what the targets are could offer an insight into what makes these hard to treat epilepsies so hard to treat,” says Ben Whalley, a pharmacologist at the University of Reading

Ben Whalley, a pharmacologist at the University of Reading, says that, so far, no evidence of synergy has been found for combinations of cannabidiol and cannabidivarin in animal models of seizure

Source  Courtesy of Ben Whalley