62% of Americans say they expect that marijuana use will be legal everywhere in the US within the next 10 years
In recent months it seems cannabidiol, often called CBD oil, has become wildly popular, with everything from CBD bath bombs to CBD dog treats hitting the market. CVS and Walgreens have recently announced plans to sell CBD products in several states, while The New York Times suggested that CBD oil may seem like “a perfect cure for our times.” So perhaps it’s unsurprising that in a recent YouGov RealTime survey, one in five (18%) Americans reports using a CBD product at least once a month.
CBD oil is derived from the cannabis plant, but clinical researchers have found that CBD doesn’t induce psychoactive effects – in other words, users don’t get high from it. Rather, it can potentially be used to alleviate pain, reduce stress