Which canopy of weed is the most popular?
Canopy of cannabis is the second most popular marijuana plant in the United States, according to a survey by The Marijuana Business Journal.
The survey of over 4,500 consumers was conducted online.
In the poll, of the 4,556 respondents, 55% said that cannabis was their most-popular cannabis plant, and 31% said they were “very likely” to grow cannabis.
The top five most-cited marijuana plants are: Cannabis sativa L. edulis C. indica L. berry C. sativa C. ruderalis and C. thunbergii.
The survey also found that the average age of cannabis consumers in the U.S. was 25.
The median age of marijuana users in the survey was 30.
“Canopy of marijuana is the #1 weed in the country,” said Brian Kelly, chief of the research department at the Cannabis Business Journal, according with the Marijuana Business Magazine.
“That is a testament to its popularity among the younger demographic.
This survey shows just how well-liked marijuana is among younger consumers.”
According to the survey, consumers in each age bracket said that they smoked cannabis in the past year, with an average age at which they said they first smoked cannabis at 27 years old.
Only 17% of respondents said they had used cannabis in their life, while 15% had used it in the previous 30 days.
A majority of respondents (54%) said that “they’ve never smoked marijuana before,” and 31%, “I’m not sure.”
Only 17 percent of respondents were currently trying to start a marijuana business, and 26% said their business had been “discontinued” for lack of interest.
CBDs are the most widely used marijuana ingredient, with nearly 70% of Americans reporting they have tried CBD oil.
CBD oil is derived from hemp and contains more than 60% of the THC (the chemical in marijuana) of the plant.
It is often referred to as “the holy grail” of marijuana.
Canopy marijuana is currently available in Colorado, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Oregon and California.
The U.K. is set to legalize the drug next year.
Last month, Colorado became the eighth state to legalize marijuana.