New Survey Says More Women Than Men Admitted Daily Cannabis Use
Now, more than ever, cannabis lovers are coming forward to openly discuss their use. As the stigma surrounding cannabis continues to be torn down and discredited, people are eager to show their support of a plant that has helped so many. Whether it’s smoking a joint to take the edge off after a long day or using a CBD oil to replace harsher prescription drugs, the new-age daily cannabis consumer isn’t just chasing a high. Their expressing their right to make a medical decision and the emerging dominant demographic might surprise you.
Facts don’t lie
Eaze, the cannabis technology company that makes medical cannabis deliveries possible, began reviewing their user data. Not only did they discover that nearly half of consumers reported an income of $75,000 or more, they also revealed these consumers are highly educated, employed and likely to be a millennial. More women than men admitted to using cannabis daily. This shouldn’t come as a surprise, as women are dominating the cannabis industry as a whole. What is shocking though, one in five consumers reporting in the survey were parents, with 63% claiming daily use.
Cannabis as an alternative
It’s not surprising to think that parents are using cannabis every day. Think about how often a mom reaches for a glass of wine or takes Tylenol or a pain killer for a headache or back pain. – Shiravi
Shiravi also points out that today’s mom demographic is extremely health conscience and always looking for a better way to enhance their day-to-day routine.
What we’re seeing with women is that they’re integrating cannabis as part of their health and wellness regimen.
In states where cannabis is legal, moms are exploring the option as a healthy alternative to many less healthy options. Not only are the benefits a positive reinforcement of the power of cannabis, but the emerging demographic continues to dismantle the previous cannabis stereotypes.