According to one Study 24 smokers were randomized to receive an inhaler of CBD or placebo for one week, they were instructed to use the inhaler when they felt the urge to smoke. Over the treatment week, placebo treated smokers showed no differences in number of cigarettes smoked. In contrast, those treated with CBD significantly reduced the number of cigarettes smoked by ~40%. The randomized concluded, that… “CBD could be a potential treatment for nicotine addiction that warrants further exploration.
For those who are trying to quit smoking CBD may help by reducing the severity of the stress, tension, anxiety, and irritability associated with nicotine withdrawal. Also the powerful anti inflammatory properties of CBD can also help reduce the possible headaches and body pain and sleep disturbances also associated with nicotine withdrawal.
Watch informational video that examines more studies and other information regarding possible potential of CBD to help with quitting smoking and dealing with nicotine withdrawal symptoms.