As cannabinoid – and especially CBD – research is a fairly recent endeavour, there is a lot we don’t know about what this molecule can potentially treat. Since people are already utilizing vape juices and tinctures, surveys examining current user habits can be a helpful means of identifying new areas for research.BUY WEED ONLINE SYRACUSE
A study published in Cannabis Cannabinoid Research in 2018 has done just that. Analyzing more than 2,400 current CBD users who responded anonymously to a questionnaire. More than 60 percent of participants said that they were taking CBD to manage a medical condition, with over one-third of those adding that CBD was a very effective solo treatment.
Furthermore, non-regular cannabis users were more likely to try CBD, adding credence to the idea that CBD appeals to those who wouldn’t otherwise be attracted to cannabis
The most common reasons for using Cannabidiol among the survey participants were to treat pain, depression, anxiety and sleeping disorders – areas which have received some research, but not nearly enough yet.
*Disclaimer* Please note we are not Doctors and recommend that if you choose to try Cannabidiol as a treatment for a medical condition you should speak to a Dr first. All articles on this site are for information purposes only.