According to a Forbes article, a survey has revealed thar 60% of cannabis consumers would get high with a grandparent.
Culinary edibles company Azuca conducted a survey to find these results. And according to the survey, also a third of cannabis users said that it is acceptable to use cannabis during work hours.
Other questions in the Americans and Cannabis Consumption Survey by Azuca, examine consumers understanding of cannabis and consumption habits and preferences.
According to Kim Sanchez Rael, president and CEO of Azuca, the results of the survey offers insight into Americans’ changing attitudes about cannabis.
“We’re passionate about cannabis for wellness, first and foremost, and our parents’ and grandparents’ generations are full participants in the shift to alternative modalities,” Rael wrote in an email to Forbes. “The fact that ‘60% of cannabis users say they would get high with a grandparent’ confirms that the long-standing stigma is lifting. Normalization is good news not only for cannabis users, but the industry as a whole, as we work to create solutions for cannabis consumers of all ages and preferences.”
More than half of the survey’s respondents had identified as cannabis users.
The survey found that 28% said that they consumed cannabis daily while 18% are weekly users. Additionally 15% use cannabis on a monthly basis, while 39% used cannabis products a few times a year.
More than half said that they prefer to consume cannabis in the form of a gummy and 30% said they prefer chocolate or a different kind of cannabis edible.
“The ‘Americans and Cannabis Consumption Survey’ confirmed what our team at Azuca has believed for years: edibles are the future of the cannabis industry,” Rael said in a press release.
“The survey also reveals there is still a need to educate Americans about cannabis. While consumer demand is growing exponentially, now is the time to bring sophisticated and approachable products to market that people can trust.”