Marijuana Use Among Women on the Rise

The marijuana delivery platform Eaze harnessed data from 350,000 customers and survey responses from 15,000 users for its 2017 State of Cannabis report. Here are a few of the findings:

Eaze data shows that 35% of its customers last year were women, up from 33% in 2016 and 25% in 2015. Women’s spending on products jumped 20% last year and has kept increasing.

The No. 1 strain is LA OG, a sweet and earthy smelling indica known for its relaxing effects. Last year’s No. 1 strain, Gorilla Glue, tumbled six spots. People are also experimenting with different strains for different activities. Hybrids are still preferred, which account for 60% of the list, followed by sativa (30%), and indica (10%).

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