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CLU supports research in a variety of areas in the growing phytotechnology industry.  Members of our advisory board, instructors, and research affiliates have successfully launched IRB-approved clinical trials investigating a number of treatments for autism, seizure disorders, and migraines.  


In addition to our ongoing clinical research, we have our own hemp grow operation that enables us to use state-of-the-art phytotechnology to research new strains and experiment with different product formulations that may one day save lives.

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February 19, 2019

First US Clinical Study Assessing Hemp-Derived Cannabinoid Supplementation in Recovery from Traumatic Brain Injury to Begin in Colorado

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Evaluation of Hemp-Derived Botanical Dietary Supplementation to Promote Healthy Brain Function During Recovery from Brain Injury.

If you have been diagnosed with a concussion or traumatic brain injury (TBI) and have experience using hemp-derived botanical food supplements you may be interested in participating in a study.


• You must be between the ages of 18 and 55

• You must have experience taking Hemp-derived supplements regularly (at least 1/week) for at least 1 month within the past year.

• You must be willing to visit our Denver office for testing during the hours of 9-5 PM and take an online survey (15 minutes) and undergo an electroencephalogram (EEG) and give saliva.


The goal of the study is to determine if Hemp-derived supplements that may or may not contain CBD and/or THC are effective for alleviating symptoms associated with TBI.

If interested contact us via the following encrypted email address:

Sponsored by Clover Leaf University and the Flowering Hope Foundation.

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