Cannabis and cannabidiol use among autistic and non-autistic adults in the UK: a propensity score-matched analysis

Key Findings:  This survey was to assess cannabis and cannabidiol (CBD) use in Autistic and non-Autistic groups and found those with Autism were more likely to have used CBD, but not cannabis, in the past year, they trusted news and doctors more, yet found more frequent barriers to support relating to cannabis use and misuse.

Type of Study:  Meta-analysis

Study Sample Size:  103

Study Result:  Inconclusive

Study Location(s):  United Kingdom

Year of Pub:  2021

Cannabinoids Studied:  Cannabidiol (CBD), Cannabinoid (unspecified)

Phytocannabinoid Source:  Unspecified

Chemotype:  Chemotype III