NEW Marijuana Survey Shows Boomers Embracing Cannabis

COLUMBUS, Ohio, Oct. 23, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Lisa Cini’s new survey regarding marijuana and cannabidiol (CBD) use by baby boomers and older revealed that 83% of the 11,000+ respondents are using some form of cannabis, either for medical, recreational purposes or both. Almost 50% partake both for recreational and medical reasons, 66% partake daily, and 5% use rarely. Only 12% have never used marijuana. The numbers reveal that marijuana and/or CBD use use is an important component of many seniors’ lives.

“The results frankly shocked me, and I believe they will generate some much-needed dialogue about aging, senior living, and what it means to have the freedom to be our best selves as we age,” says Lisa Cini, Senior living expert and author of multiple books focused on seniors aging on their own terms. “74.1 million baby boomers in the U.S. today, don’t just want freedom as they age;

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