Almost half of CBD users can stop using drugs
The study interviewed 2,400 members of 150,000 HelloMD communities about their use, knowledge, perceptions and misconceptions of CBD.
The study found that 55% of CBD users were women, while THC was more predominant in men.
According to the study, almost half of CBD users can stop using drugs.
Overall, the study showed that CBD consumers are very satisfied with the effectiveness of CBD in treating a variety of conditions such as insomnia, depression, anxiety and joint pain.
“We’re seeing exponential interest in CBD products, especially among women,” said Solomon Forbes. “Although we need to learn a lot more about CBD, this fact cannot be ignored – most of those who use CBD products today see this as a great advantage.
Thanks to CBD products, 42% of CBD users told researchers that they were able to refuse prescription medication such as Tylenol, Ibuprofen and prescription painkillers.
80% of respondents said that CBD is “very or extremely effective”. 3% denied it and reported that they did not notice any significant effect.
Bethany Gomez, director of the Brightfield Group, said the study is very exciting because it shows that there is a huge, underdeveloped market for CBD products that could improve the lives of many people.
This means that “through ongoing research and public education, CBD could be an effective alternative for many people, especially at a time when our nation is in an opioid crisis.”
Important findings from the CBD study:
- CBD is often used to treat insomnia, depression, anxiety and joint pain.
- 42% of CBD users give up traditional medicines and use cannabis.
- 80% of CBD users found that CBD was very or extremely effective for treatment.
- 90% of respondents said they only buy CBD cannabis products.
Source : www.cannadorra.com