SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Ever since Californians voted to legalize marijuana, more people are embracing it – especially women.

According to a recently released cannabis report by the San Francisco-based, on-demand medical marijuana delivery app Eaze, women are the fastest growing group of new users.

Of its nearly 100,000 patients in the Bay Area – one-third, or just over 31,000 are women.

That’s up from about 25,000 just one year ago. Megan Dooley Fisher is a frequent Eaze user. “Two years ago I got my medical card and I began to see immediate results,” she said.

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Betty Yu ~ SanFrancisco.cbslocal.com ~

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