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Marijuana Is Replacing Alcohol During The Pandemic And May Have Long Term Benefits

thefreshtoast.com January 23, 2021

Marijuana Is Replacing Alcohol During The Pandemic And May Have Long Term Benefits

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article solely belong to the author and do not necessarily represent those of The Fresh Toast.

The pandemic has produced a number of social changes that we hope may last. An online Harris Poll sponsored by marijuana company Curaleaf found that 45% of cannabis consumers age 21 and up have replaced or reduced their alcohol consumption with marijuana since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, and one-third of those who use cannabis recreationally prefer cannabis to drinking alcohol.

Half of the respondents (50%) said they increased their use because cannabis helped them relax, and 48% said they did so to help them sleep. Of those who said they use marijuana recreationally, a third (33%) said that they prefer cannabis over alcohol.

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