CANNABIS SURPASSES ALCOHOL
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CANNABIS SURPASSES ALCOHOL

abbinamento vino e cannabis

CANNABIS SURPASSES ALCOHOL

An interesting article by Gambero Rosso discusses the trend reversal observed in the USA between the consumption of wine and other alcoholic beverages and light drugs like cannabis. A study conducted by the National Survey on Drug Use and Health found that regular cannabis users smoke 15-16 times a month, compared to the 4-5 days a month that average wine consumers indulge in a bottle. There are also pairing suggestions between cannabis and wine, given the progressive legalization of marijuana use in many states. Lastly, in California, it is possible to purchase cannabis-infused wines.

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