The old adage tells us we should never drink alone. Well, apparently Canadians are applying that same logic to the newly legalized World of Weed. A study commissioned by Tweed, Canada’s largest cannabis producer, found few weed users consume the product alone. In fact, 20% of the time, Cannabis is shared with a romantic partner. This begs the question, is marijuana Canada’s new fovourite aphrodisiac?
Not only did the study find pot is a common part of Date Night, but the study also found 16% of daily users said cannabis enhanced their sexual experiences. And a full 60% of couples who consumed cannabis said it increased their thoughtfulness. Could weed be the “love drug” we’ve been waiting for? Move over Merlot. Maybe it’s time to pick up some (legally procured) marijuana this Valentine’s Day.
Other Findings From The Tweed Study Include:
● 81% of the time, cannabis is consumed with more than one person
● 73% of Canadians polled say they consume cannabis at home with their partner for
● 50% of Couples who consume cannabis say it “puts me in a good mood”
Confidence, Caring and Cannabis
● 38% of couples who consume cannabis say it helps them feel more confident
● 62% of couples who consume cannabis say it helps them feel open and expressive
Of course, weed isn’t for everyone. If you react poorly to the plant, you may want to forgo the pot brownies. In addition, you and your partner should only consume cannabis when it is safe to do so. This means no ganja before getting behind the wheel! However, if your boo and you enjoy some cannabis on occasion, the research shows you’re not alone!