Survey: How American Cannabis Users Compare to the Rest of the World

Survey: How American Cannabis Users Compare To The Rest Of The World

Thispiece is brought to you bythe founder of the Global Drug Survey, consultant psychiatrist and addiction medicine specialist, Dr. Adam R. Winstock. These findings are from the world’s biggest drug survey GDS2017 (including 69,000 cannabis users). The Good Congratulations, America. Don’t worry about your leader, fake news orthe endless incredulous headlines that will no doubt follow in the coming months: it’s time to celebrate your position as the world’s most enlightened and healthy users of cannabis. While 65 percent of the world’s cannabis users mix tobacco when they smoke cannabis—in the U.S.that figure is just eight percent. (Mexico is right behind you at nine percent, and Canada is not that far behind at 17 percent. See figure 1.)

Part of the reason might be your preference for using pipes, preferred by 34 percent of U.S. cannabis users and bongs (26 percent), compared to joints which was the most common way of using for only 15 percent of U.S. respondents—compared to over...

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