Social Anxiety
Research Study
Join a UC San Diego research study investigating the use of cannabidiol (CBD) to alleviate the symptoms of social anxiety.
Conducted in San Diego, CA
Compensation up to $300 Provided
Social Anxiety
18 - 70 Years Old
Fast Facts
Must abstain from cannabis products during the study
Study Background
Help researchers learn more about the effects of cannabidiol (CBD) -- a non-intoxicating part of the Cannabis sativa plant -- on biological and stress responses believed to underlie anxiety disorders.

Researchers hope their findings will advance new treatment options for anxiety.

Participants in the study will be randomly assigned to receive one of two doses of CBD or placebo (an inactive substance) for 4 days. They will complete questionnaires, computerized and behavioral tasks, a blood draw, and medical evaluation before and after. Participants will also have the option to receive a three-week behavioral treatment (plus CBD or placebo) designed to reduce social anxiety symptoms.

Participation in this study may help researchers determine the therapeutic potential of CBD for anxiety. Check eligibility today!
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