One in seven Americans say they personally use cannabidiol- (CBD-) based products, which have proliferated since last year's passage of a federal law legalizing this hemp form of cannabis.

Younger Americans and those in the Western U.S. are most likely to report using these products, which are widely touted for their therapeutic benefits without any psychoactive effects because they contain a low level of THC.

Although CBD was legalized federally last December, the FDA is still researching it, and some states are still restricting it.

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Megan Brenan ~ Gallup.com

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