The study revealed that 51% of seniors reported improved quality of life after taking CBD. Only 31,1% of the participants considered their lives were good before taking CBD.
Seniors take CBD in different ways. The study revealed the most popular methods. 54% of the participants used drops in the mouth. 21% added drops in drinks, the same number of seniors used CBD edibles. Only 15% said they used CBD capsules, and 10% vaped/smoked CBD oils.
Among the health problems that seniors tried to solve with CBD, 42% featured inflammation, 40,9% said it was chronic pain, 38% were trying to improve their sleep quality, and almost 32% used CBD against arthritis.
CBD, which is a non-psychoactive marijuana component, is legal across the country, so the number of people who start using it in their wellness routine is growing — including seniors.