Cannabis Users Now Say Mental Health, Reduced Stress Are Bigger Drivers Than Having Fun

Eaze research shows how the pandemic era has driven a shift toward productivity and well-being

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There’s an ingrained image in pop culture of the wake-and-bake stoner: that guy—it’s almost always a basement-dwelling dude—who lives to get high and does little else with his day.

The clichéd caricature, usually played for laughs, is largely known to be fiction rather than reality in 2021, and now there are data to prove it thanks to a new study from cannabis delivery platform Eaze that found an increasing crossover between weed use and off-the-couch activity of all kinds, including work, fitness, intimacy and hobbies.




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