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Table 2 Descriptive Information for Cannabis Products Used and Comparison for How Cannabis Products are Obtained for Human Patients and Dog Patients

From: Publisher Correction to: Motivations and expectations for using cannabis products to treat pain in humans and dogs: a mixed methods study

Human Patients (N =313) Dog Patients (N = 204)
Type of Cannabis Product Used a   Types of Cannabis Product Used a  
 Marijuana/Cannabis (THC > 0.3%) 76% (237)  Marijuana/Cannabis (THC > 0.3%) 26% (53)
 Hemp Isolate (THC < 0.3%) 49% (152)  Hemp Isolate (THC < 0.3%) 44% (89)
 CBD/Hemp Broad or Full Spectrum 36% (113)  CBD/Hemp Broad or Full Spectrum 42% (88)
 Not Sure 3% (9)  Not Sure 11% (22)
Most Frequent Way of Obtaining Cannabis   Most Frequent Way of Obtaining Cannabis  
 Given by Friend or Family 33% (102)  Given by Friend or Family 11% (22)
 Dispensary or Store 30% (92)  Dispensary or Store 25% (50)
 Natural/Health Store/Service 12% (40)  Natural/Health Store/Service 25% (50)
 Online Source 12% (36)  Online Source 34% (68)
 Other 13% (43)  Other 5% (14)
χ2 (4, N = 517) = 69.87, p < .001
  1. aParticipants could select more than one type of cannabis product