Survey: 42% of CBD Users Use Less Pain Pills – The Weed Blog

There’s a new survey that shows CBD Users use less pain pills because of the positive effects of Cannabidiol , also known as CBD. The compound is another component found in the cannabis plant besides Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). The most striking difference between CBD and THC is that CBD is non-psychoactive, meaning that it does not make users get ‘high’.

The survey was a joint effort by HelloMD, an online platform for doctors and cannabis patients, and Brightfield Group. The survey asked 2,400 of HelloMD’s 150,000 members about their use of products containing CBD.

There are some big takeaways from the survey such as: while most men preferred to use THC-dominant products, survey results showed that women made up 55 percent of CBD users.

Other interesting findings include: