Researchers at Syddansk University in Denmark have discovered that the effect of antibiotics can be improved with a substance found in the hemp plant cannabis. It is cannabidiol (CBD). The researchers carried out successful tests on the drug bacitracin, which is used to inhibit the growth of the methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus bacteria (mrsa). This is also known as the “hospital bacterium.”
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