A recent survey found that almost one-third of people have used an alternative flavour of a cannabis extract, and nearly a quarter have used it in a product containing cannabis, with some of those who have said they were inspired by the results to try their hand at producing cannabis-infused products themselves.
One study also found that people were more likely to have used a vaporiser for vaping cannabis than for smoking cannabis.
One in 10 people had tried a cannabis-based e-cigarette before, but most of them had only tried vaping, according to a new study in the American Journal of Public Health.
The study found that more than one-fifth of the people surveyed had tried vaping as part of a joint or vape pen, and more than two-thirds had tried vaporising their own cannabis.
The survey also found more than a quarter of the respondents had used a cannabis oil as a product of some kind, including one in four who had used cannabis oils in a cannabis product.
Some cannabis products are infused with cannabis, but it is generally not recommended for people under 21.
For some products, the product may contain a cannabis leaf or a dried herb, while others may contain concentrates such as a cannabis flower or oil.
Some people report that they have tried cannabis-derived products before, including the famous cannabis butter from the Netherlands, but the majority have not been able to recreate their own flavour.
“It’s definitely something we have to work on,” said Dr. Peter D’Amore, the director of research at the Marijuana Policy Project, an advocacy group.
He said the survey results could be an important indicator of what people are looking for when they start looking for cannabis products.
“What we’ve seen is that a lot of people who are looking to try cannabis products actually use products that have already been developed in the lab, or have been in the works for some time, and then they have used them to get a taste for the product,” he said.
“That is really interesting and shows that people are interested in this.”
According to the report, cannabis-focused products are more likely than non-cannabis-focused ones to contain cannabinoids and oils, and are also more likely, according in part to the research, to contain cannabis-specific ingredients.
“For those who are trying to create their own product, the most obvious thing to do is to make sure that the cannabis in it is really high quality,” said study co-author Dr. Michael Sisley.
The researchers used data from the survey, conducted online, to determine what people were looking for in their cannabis products and what products were available.
In the survey questionnaire, people were asked to list the products that they had used, and to give their product name.
“One of the main things people are wanting to know is whether the product is really cannabis-containing, or whether it’s cannabis-neutral or cannabis-free,” said co-authors Dr. Susan Haggart, a University of Toronto associate professor in the department of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, and Dr. Christopher Wilson, a medical cannabis researcher.
“People who are interested are looking at the THC content, and whether the products are low or high in THC.”
Some people might find that cannabis-centric products contain more THC than cannabis-sourced products, but they may not be able to produce enough THC for a product, said co