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  • More Americans are trying marijuana
  • More Americans are trying marijuana
    Unai Mateo (2012) ©
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More Americans are trying marijuana

In light of the legalisation movement across the US, a new report has revealed that more Americans than ever are trying marijuana. And this use isn’t leading to dependence on the drug. With more innovative ways emerging to try weed, it’s a great time to experience the high life.

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