Study finds more edible pot among Colorado teen users
DENVER -- New research has found some Colorado teenagers who use marijuana are shifting away from smoking it in favor of edible products. About 78% of the Colorado high school students who reported consuming marijuana in 2017 said smoking was their usual method, down from 87% two years earlier. The number of teens who usually consumed edible marijuana products climbed to about 10% from 2% in the same two-year span, while the number of users dabbing increased to about 7.5% from 4%.