World Cannabis – Robert Moore – Jan 17 2023
According to a survey conducted by the University of Sussex, 21% of those participating in Dry January, a campaign that encourages people to abstain from alcohol for the month of January, are substituting alcohol with cannabis. The survey also found that among those who are substituting cannabis for alcohol, 70% reported that they felt cannabis was less harmful to their health compared to alcohol.
Additionally, the survey revealed that participants who substituted cannabis for alcohol also reported an improvement in sleep quality and an increase in physical activity. The study highlights the growing trend of using cannabis as a healthier alternative to alcohol and the potential benefits it can bring.