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The news comes on the heels of the release of the cbs.com survey, which found that just under half of Canadians are aware of the medicinal benefits of cannabis and are not using the drug recreationally.
In the survey, conducted online in November, only 13% of respondents had ever used cannabis in their lifetime, while 60% were currently taking cannabis oil to manage their pain and anxiety.
The survey also found that almost two-thirds of Canadians do not have a doctor’s prescription for cannabis oil, meaning that many who use the drug do so at their own discretion.
In total, the survey found that only 6% of Canadians use cannabis oil in their daily life, while 17% do so daily and 17% of those who do so are prescribed cannabis.
More than two-quarters of Canadians (74%) said that they have not tried cannabis or cannabis oil at all.
Only 15% said they used cannabis or oil as a treatment for pain or anxiety, while 12% said cannabis was a treatment that they used for non-medical purposes and 12% used cannabis as a daily treatment.
However, the research also revealed that there are some people who use cannabis in a way that is not considered to be therapeutic.”CBD oil and other products containing cannabidiol (CBD) are often used to alleviate symptoms of chronic pain, and can be used for medical purposes, such as treating cancer, HIV, and multiple sclerosis,” said Dr. Mark Kleiman, chief medical officer of the Canadian Cancer Society, in a release.
“The survey’s findings indicate that people may be taking these products in ways that are not considered therapeutic.”
The survey of 5,000 Canadians was conducted from Nov. 17-21.
The full results are expected to be released later this week.