The authors of the study said these findings are important in light of major policy changes surrounding the production and sale of cannabis products, as well as increases in the number of people entering treatment for cannabis use disorders and the absence of recommended treatments for this.

Dr Tom Freeman, the study's lead author and Director of the Addiction and Mental Health Group at the University of Bath, UK, said: "Our study provides the first causal evidence to support cannabidiol, or CBD, as a treatment for cannabis use disorders.

“This is encouraging, as there are currently no drug treatments for cannabis addiction.

“CBD products are widely available in many countries but we would not advise people to self-medicate with these products. People with concerns about their cannabis use should always speak to a healthcare professional in the first instance."

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