Cannabis has been used for the potential health benefits of the plant since time immemorial. The ability of the plant to help users is cited in texts dating back to circa 1500 BC, plus the consumption of it for sleep is in a medical text from 1200 AD.

Individuals are still consuming cannabis and its various derivatives, especially hemp and cannabidiol. Also known as CBD, cannabidiol is a compound present in the industrial hemp plant. CBD does not get the user a psychoactive ‘high’; instead, it has the potential to bring them soothing effects.

In a survey by Consumer Reports, around 10% of US-based CBD users said that they consumed it for sleep, and most of them told the substance worked. Interestingly, the survey is representative of the whole nation, so the sample size of it is relatively more than your usual study.

Another good thing about CBD is that it does not lead to addiction. CBD is usable to stop smoking, as underlined in one of our blog posts on the same. It can also be used to deal with substance use disorder.
Come to this website to learn more about cannabidiol: its uses, effects, dosages, and the like. We will keep updating our website with more content about CBD.