Thanks to legalization and a distaste for hangovers, more Americans are choosing cannabis over alcohol and pain pills.

Every night before she goes to bed, Holly Byerly takes three to four drops of a tincture that’s half CBD and half THC.

“I mostly use it for migraines, which I was getting up to 15 times a month,” explains Byerly, who works at a medical spa in the Bay Area.

Since starting her nightly cannabis routine, she estimates she gets an average of two migraines monthly.

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Molly Fosco ~ OZY.com

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