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Liver disease is widely prevalent. The most common form is non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, caused by the build-up of lipids within the ducts of the liver. This leads to poor liver function, fatigue, and sometimes jaundice. If left unchecked, it can develop into cirrhosis. This is one of the most common reasons for liver transplants.

CBD can improve cases of liver disease. Healthy liver tissue expresses very limited cannabinoid receptors. However, diseased livers across the board demonstrate significantly elevated expression of cannabinoid receptors, suggesting both a possible mechanism of pathology and a possible therapeutic target.
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