A List of the Top Cannabis Consuming States in the U.S.

Using data from the latest National Survey on Drug Use and Health, below is a list of all 50 states in the U.S. based on the percentage of residents that consumecannaamerica cannabis on at least a monthly basis, starting with the state with the least consumers (we will note that these numbers are obviously much lower than the actual percentage of cannabis consumers, given many people aren’t willing to admit to it in a survey).

50. Kansas:    4.06%

49. Utah:    4.41%

48. Louisiana:    4.62%

47. Alabama:    5.07%

46. Texas:    5.11%

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Every State in the U.S. Listed by Percentage of Cannabis Consumers

Using dataamerileaf from the latest National Survey on Drug Use and Health, below is a list of every state in the U.S. based on the percentage of residents that have consumed cannabis in the past year, starting with the state with the lowest percentage of consumers, and ending with the state that has the highest percentage of consumers.

50. Kansas: 8.21%

49. Utah: 8.76%

48. Mississippi: 8.78%

47. Kentucky: 9.22%

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New Report: Cannabis Use On the Rise, Use of Prescription Painkillers, Cocaine and Meth Declining

The 2012 National Survey on Drug Use and Health was released today, finding for at least the 6th straight year that cannabis consumption is on the rise.jointsmoking The report found that 7.3% of those 12 and older consumed cannabis in 2012, up from 5.8% in 2007.

Despite the rise in cannabis consumption, the use of prescription painkillers, cocaine and meth has been on a consistent decline; the usage of other drugs, such as psychedelics, remain steady.

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New Study Finds Psychedelic Drugs Reduce Risk Of Mental Illness

Amid a slew of propaganda that would lead the populace to believe otherwise,inspiration information is coming to light offering evidence that psychedelic drug use has benefits.

Recently, researchers at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology’s Department of Neuroscience examined data collected from more than 130,000 Americans in the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, in an effort to determine what kind of effect psychedelics have on mental health.

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