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Phase III Insomnia Clinical Trial

Pivotal Phase III Clinical Trial assessing the application of Avecho’s cannabidiol capsule for insomnia/anxiety

Insomnia is broadly defined as difficulty initiating or maintaining sleep.

Insomnia affects 10-30% of the population, with 10-15% of the population classified as chronic.

Insomnia can be a symptom of a range of other disorders, particularly mental health and psychiatric disorders, and can contribute to their onset or exacerbation.

Treating insomnia has been shown to improve depressive symptoms and insomnia may reduce response to depression treatment.

No pharmaceutical CBD products are approved for sleep yet, but insomnia remains one of the most prevalent indications targeted globally by medical cannabis and consumer CBD products

Avecho has embarked on a rigorous development program to support the pharmaceutical registration of cannabidiol for the treatment of insomnia.  Early phase development is complete, and the product is now being tested in a pivotal Phase III clinical trial to assess its ability to manage insomnia and anxiety.

The trial, targeting 519 patients, is the largest randomized, placebo-controlled study assessing the utilization of cannabidiol for insomnia conducted to date.

The study is currently taking place at clinical trial sites around Australia, with locations in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth.

To register your interest for the Phase III trial of our CBD soft-gel capsule for the potential treatment of insomnia