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.

Click here to read the complete article

Megan Brenan ~ Gallup.com

Recent News Articles

Monday December 23

For many Ohio marijuana users, the grass is greener in Michigan - Cannabis News

in Cannabis News

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

“I think Ohio is missing the boat,” the Cincinnati man said. “They could literally make…

3241 hits

Monday December 23

Israel to accelerate medical cannabis research with hi-tech incubator - Cannabis News

in World News

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

A hi-tech incubator for the development of breakthrough medical cannabis technologies will be established in…

2962 hits

Monday December 23

Hemp Will Qualify For New Crop Insurance Pilot Program Next Year, USDA Announces - Cannabis…

in CBD & Hemp

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

Hemp farmers in 21 states will be eligible for a new crop insurance pilot program…

2819 hits

Monday December 23

Are Weed Moms The New Wine Moms? - Cannabis News

in Culture & Arts

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

Work, childcare and household demands with limited support mean that moms carry a heavy load,…

2932 hits

Tuesday December 24

Feeling Down This Holiday Season? Marijuana Might Help - Cannabis News

in Culture & Arts

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

Many people experience stress or depression this time of year and research suggest cannabis could…

2747 hits