"We need someone to go through Google Scholar and find and catalog articles about Cannabidiol (CBD). Google Scholar will take you to an abstract that should lead to a full study. If all you can find is an abstract (study summary) then we don't need that study on the list. We do not need google scholar links, we need the links to the study that Google scholar is referencing. Cannabidiol should not to be confused with Cannabis. Cannabidiol is a substance that comes from the HEMP plant, not the CANNABIS plant.
We would like you to find studies about Cannabidiol (CBD) and it's specific health and medical benefits. The main topics we need researched are how Cannabidiol (CBD) affects General Pain, Sleep, Anxiety, Depression, Arthritis, Nerve Pain, Muscle Pain, Seizures, Diabetes, Insomnia, Cancer, Nausea, Appetite, Multiple Sclerosis, Neurodegenerative Diseases, Bone Growth, Addictive behaviors (like smoking cigarettes), Substance Abuse, Acne, Psoriasis, and any other specific medical condition you can find - a helpful list of conditions can be found at this URL; [login to view URL]
Eventually we will assign this excel sheet to a writer, who will summarize the studies, properly cite the studies, and turn them into blog articles that the average person can read and comprehend. It is of paramount importance the studies be about CBD/Cannabidiol and NOT THC/Cannabis. If the study talks about both, CBD should be at least half of the focus of the study for it to count.
We'd like the research back in an EXCEL file with the following headers: Study Name, Study Author, Study Date, Study Topic (or Health Issue Being Studied like Arthritis), and Study URL."
EDIT - Sorry, i had that wrong - Hemp and Cannabis are the same thing. We still want the focus to be on Cannabidiol (CBD) and not THC or cannabis in general. The study HAS to focus around CBD.
Second Edit: I realize i didn't specify a length, as I don't really have one. I do not know how many Google Scholar articles referencing studies there are on the topic of CBD and its applications to medical treatments. Ideally, I'd hope that we could get a years work of studies to turn into blogs. With 2 blogs a week for 52 weeks that's 104 URL's to put in the list for CBD based clinical studies.