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Some preclinical studies say that cannabidiol (CBD) can have therapeutic properties on opiates, cocaine and psychostimulant addiction. They also suggest that CBD may be beneficial for the consumption of cannabis and tobacco in humans. However, more studies are needed to fully verify the potential of the CBD. View study