Efficacy of CBD, THC products to treat sleep disorders remains largely untested, reports MedPage Today.

“I believe it is a significant overreach to say that these studies show that [THC products] are useful in the treatment of OSA,” he told MedPage Today.

Kolla said increased daytime sleepiness may be a potential downside to THC as OSA treatment because daytime sleepiness is already a common symptom of the sleep disorder.