Marijuana consumers in states where it’s legal for recreational purposes use considerably less pain medications, alcohol and sleep aids, according to a new report. The report, compiled by High Yield Insights, found that more than one out of every five consumers of recreational marijuana use less spirits, beer, painkillers and sedatives than standard consumers. Specifically, …
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