Twice as many Americans report using marijuana to alleviate medical conditions than for recreation, new study finds.

The days of cannabis being most associated with stoners and hippies are over. As research and legalization expands, so too does the reason why Americans consume marijuana.

More Americans turn to cannabis for medical conditions than to get high, according to a new study.

Published in the JAMA Network Open, researchers polled nearly 170,000 marijuana users between 2016 and 2017. 

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Brendan Bures ~ TheFreshToast.com

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