The perceptions of CBD oil with people living with Multiple Sclerosis in Ireland

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Are you currently living in Ireland and have a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis (MS)?

If so, we are looking to hear from you! A fourth-year B. Applied Food Science and Nutrition student in St. Angela’s College, Sligo is researching the perceptions of CBD oil from the perspective of people living with MS as part of their final year research project. As a part of their project they have created a survey and need to obtain as many responses as possible from people living with MS in Ireland. You do not need to have any previous knowledge of CBD oil, or have used it in the past to complete this survey, we are just looking to get a clearer image of your perceptions and feelings toward CBD oil.

What is CBD oil?

Cannabidiol, better known as CBD Oil is derived from the cannabis plant. The CBD is extracted from the cannabis plant and is then diluted with an oil such as flax, hemp or coconut oil. CBD oil is legal in Ireland once it contains 0% THC. THC is short for Tetrahydrocannabinol and is the chemical responsible for marijuana's physiological effects. With the THC extracted, CBD Oil can be used safely and legally in Ireland.

CBD is gaining momentum in the health and wellness world, with some scientific studies suggesting it may ease some symptoms of ailments e.g. chronic pain and anxiety.

Further information

If you have any queries or issues regarding the survey please feel free to contact the following email 

Your responses will be kept 100% anonymous. Thank you in advance for your help!

The survey is available in the following link

Survey closes on the 15th February 2021.