Marijuana survey finds medical users more likely to consume edibles and vaporize: Simultaneous use of alcohol and marijuana is less common than expected — ScienceDaily

Posted: January 29, 2016 in Cannabis, Marijuana
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A new study provides some of the first evidence about patterns of marijuana use in states that have legalized medical marijuana. It finds that medical marijuana users are more likely to vaporize or consume edible forms of the drug than recreational users. Researchers also found that 41 percent of people reported having used marijuana recreationally at least once, while only about 7 percent reported using marijuana for medical purposes.

Source: Marijuana survey finds medical users more likely to consume edibles and vaporize: Simultaneous use of alcohol and marijuana is less common than expected — ScienceDaily

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  1. 1abserenity says:

    I don’t trust the RAND corp. They set the standard for medical research using human subjects to study in 1945. They use a form of 36 questions which is standard for research. There was someone who went up against the sf36 and they created a modified 20 question research study. Bottom line: cannabis shouldn’t be having a epidemiological study done – period. Cannabis is not an epidemic. The cell phone is. Sigil magik is epidemic. Vaccines are epidemic. GMO and their chemicals are epidemic.
    I would rather study in my research ( medical professional cannabis research is underway on a private study) things that take humanity in a positive forward direction. Cannabis study as to whom medicates with what just feeds the big pharma lobbyists who are now in it for their own profit.

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