"The effect of CBD is very unusual. As we have said, many children with ASD display aggressive behaviour and often self-harm. The "conduct normalising" effect is of great interest, since there are no signs of sedation; patients remain properly alert and have no difficulty remaining so. However, in many cases their behaviour is stabilised (though I must reiterate that it is always necessary to assess the severity of the patient's condition).
Some patients acquire skills they had either lost or never had, such as getting dressed on their own, interacting with the tablet, listening to music and paying attention to their surroundings when out walking. They are less inclined to reject physical contact and may even give hugs, possibly for the first time in years. Their facial expressions improve and they can hold eye contact.
Many children with ASD seem to be unhappy and to be in constant pain or suffering. However, once they start treatment this situation appears to change — or at least improve. Some smile or even laugh!"
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