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Study Finds Cannabis Better Than Toothpaste When it Comes to Stopping Cavities

February 27, 2020
by The London Free Press


Pot users have one more reason to flash those pearly whites.

A study published in the January edition of the Cureus Journal of Medical Science, has concluded that specific cannabinoids found in marijuana — namely CBD, CBC, CBN, CBG and CBGA — were better at wiping out colonies of bacteria than Oral B, Colgate and Cannabite F, a plant-based toothpaste, Mary Jane reports.

“Cannabinoids have the potential to be used as an effective antibacterial agent against dental plaque-associated bacteria,” researchers wrote in the paper. “Moreover, it provides a safer alternative for synthetic antibiotics to reduce the development of drug resistance.”

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1 Comment » for Study Finds Cannabis Better Than Toothpaste When it Comes to Stopping Cavities
  1. Puma andino says:

    How about an organic toothpastes recipies articles next time soon

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