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The Majority of Seniors Who Tried CBD Report Improved Quality of Life: Remedy Review Study

Andrew Taft

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The Majority of Seniors Who Tried CBD Report Improved Quality of Life: Remedy Review Study
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CBD use has been increasing, even among older generations. A recent study involved 1,000 seniors over the age of 54. The study, conducted by Remedy Review, determined that 9% of seniors tried CBD for health-related purposes and 51% of users reported that they’ve experienced a better quality of life.

As for CBD preferences, many seem to opt for drops. According to the survey, 54.4% stated that they tried CBD by placing the drops directly in their mouth, while 21.1% reported putting the drops in a beverage instead. As for another 21.1%, they prefer CBD-infused edibles. A smaller percentage, 15.6% used capsules.

Overall, the CBD products may help older individuals with relief from various health conditions, inflammation, chronic pain, and the like. Further, whether the CBD works is likely based on an individual basis.

Andrew is a full-time professional writer in Canada with over 8 years of esteemed experience. He is one of the best cannabis health researchers, polished legal investigators and active CBD news reporters we have at TOC. While being featured in hundreds of health, technology, science, and even bitcoin publications; Andrew's now on the frontline of the Canadian cannabis culture and will continue breaking down everything so easily your grandma can understand hemp and CBD.

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