Topic: July 7, 2020

Study Says Older Marijuana Users Have Lower BMIs And More Likely To Work Out

Study says older cannabis users have lower BMI and more likely to work out

A study suggests Americans older than 60 who use cannabis lead more active lifestyles. The lazy stoner stereotype is one of the most prevalent ones when it comes to marijuana use. Making appearances in movies and college, it’s a stereotype that’s meant to be funny and used by people who are older or don’t know much about the drug. Science has shown, a few times now, that regular cannabis use doesn’t imply a sedentary lifestyle, however. Turns out that many people get high and lead active lives. A study conducted on older Americans found that those who consumed cannabis engaged

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Summer 2020 TOC:

  • Cannabis Entrepreneurs: The women behind ‘Ladies of Paradise’
  • Terroir: Inside the science of tasty bud
  • Cannabis Cooking: Canna-balls styled after Alice’s ‘Brownies’
  • Retail: Home delivery gets a boost
  • Profile: River City Retail has a winning formula
  • Retail: Pandemic fuels pot-buying explosion
  • Religion: Cannabis for churchgoers
  • Growing: Hardy Seeds in Ashland shares why hemp loves company
  • COVID-19: Hemp farming – ‘It’s a lot safer than working at McDonalds’
  • Retail: Drive-thru bud at La Mota

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