5 Cannabis Statistics Every Cannabis Connoisseur Needs to Know in 2019
Being a cannabis connoisseur doesn’t just mean you can do cool smoke tricks.
It means you know your shit when it comes to cannabis.
Keep these cannabis statistics in your back pocket so that you can prove anti-cannabis people wrong, own any internet troll, or just seem smart at parties.
1. Cannabis may enhance sexual experience.
According to a study conducted in 2017 by the Journal of Sexual Medicine, they found that daily cannabis users across all demographic groups reported having 20% more sex than their non-using counterparts.
And weed has never been sexier.
The most recent Gallop poll from 2016 shows that 13% of the country are active users, which is nearly double the amount that was documented back in 2013.
And not only are more people toking it up, but the average cannabis consumer is diversifying across both age and gender.
Baby Boomers and women are some of the fastest-growing groups of people when it comes to cannabis consumers.
Federal legalization must be right around the corner!
About six-in-ten Americans (62%) support the legalization of cannabis, following a steady increase in support over the past decade.
Are we surprised? Not really.
Overwhelming evidence supports the medicinal benefits of cannabis use, and scientists still confirm that you can’t die from a cannabis overdose.
Want to learn more about the benefits of cannabis? Stop into our dispensary and chat with some of our knowledgeable and friendly budtenders.
4. Cannabis is getting safer and safer for your health to purchase.
The cannabis products that you buy from a dispensary are all 100% compliant with lab testing. This means that you never have to worry about pesticides, mold, or other harmful chemicals that you may have been smoking from cannabis that you got from less reliable sources.
That’s why when you shop at Safe Accessible Solutions, you can feel safe knowing that your cannabis is full of good stuff, and none of the bad.
As if the cannabis industry wasn’t doing enough good in the world, it’s giving people jobs too!
In fact, the number of full-time employees in the cannabis industry rival numbers of employment when it comes to flight attendants and web developers.