Teen marijuana users choose edibles more often, study says

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Teen marijuana users choose edibles more often, study says

An attendee celebrates at 4:20 p.m. by lighting up marijuana during the Mile High 420 Festival in Denver. New research has found some Colorado teenagers who use marijuana are shifting away from smoking it in favor of edible products. About 78% of the Colorado high school students who reported consuming marijuana in 2017 said smoking was their usual method, down from 87% two years earlier. The number of teens who usually consumed edible marijuana products climbed to about 10% from 2% in the same two-year span while the number of users dabbing increased to about 7.5% from 4%.

Teen marijuana users choose edibles more often, study says

An attendee celebrates at 4:20 p.m. by lighting up marijuana during the Mile High 420 Festival in Denver. New research has found some Colorado teenagers who use marijuana are shifting away from smoking it in favor of edible products. About 78% of the Colorado high school students who reported consuming marijuana in 2017 said smoking was their usual method, down from 87% two years earlier. The number of teens who usually consumed edible marijuana products climbed to about 10% from 2% in the same two-year span while the number of users dabbing increased to about 7.5% from 4%.
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