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Cannabis Products Are Being Sold As Sleep Remedies – Here’s The Evidence About Their Effectiveness

Our recent publication investigating the scientific evidence related to cannabinol (CBN) for sleep was featured in The Conversation.

"The author of the review, Jamie Corroon, noted several problems with the research to date, including the fact that participants tended to be male and white. This male-centric perspective is not unique to research on cannabis; it’s known to be a problem more broadly in research.
Corroon was also critical of the lack of structured, evidence-based questionnaires used to assess sleep in the studies. He concluded there is insufficient published evidence to support any assertions that these products improve sleep, noting: “Individuals seeking cannabis-derived sleep aids should be skeptical of manufacturers’ claims of sleep-promoting effects.”

Click here to read the full article. To read the published study, click here.


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