Some Canadians are having a hard time warming up to the idea of newer ways to consume cannabis, according to a recent poll. Though the data suggests some are a little more open than others.
According to a recent report released by Tidal Royalty, a company that helps finance cannabis start-ups, not all Canadians are interested in alternative methods of getting high.
Overall, 38% of Canadians are open to alternative methods of cannabis consumption, with nearly a third (30%) expressing interest in trying foods infused with cannabis.
Age is a big factor when it comes to wanting to try new things as Millennials are the most likely age group to try edibles — 42% of millennials would try cannabis-infused foods compared to 36% of Gen Xers and just 16% of Baby Boomers.
Beautiful British Columbia also tipped the scales when it comes to eating their smoke. The west coast province was the