- Anyone told that cannabis use makes for an unmotivated, uneventful or unimpressive life now has the numbers to refute such myths.
- A recent study shows that across a wide array of indicators, cannabis consumers are doing better — socially, mentally and financially — than those who abstain.
- The landmark study was conducted by BDS Analytics, whose Cannabis Customer Research Division is the first of its kind. In a release shared with Mic, they called the survey “the most comprehensive and detailed look at cannabis consumers ever conducted,” with extensive data from the states of California and Colorado, both of which have voted to legalize the sale of recreational pot. Read more (6/15/17)