Often, we hear that cannabis affects users' alcohol habits. Some say that pot makes them drink more because they're thirstier after toking. Others say that pot use has resulted in quitting booze completely. So how has cannabis affected your drinking habits?
Alcohol remains far and away the most prevalent drug present in the blood of drivers involved in severe or fatal traffic accidents, according to a pair of recently published European studies.
Some speculate that legal marijuana could become a safer alternative to booze here in the United States, while others argue the two substances will likely embark on a savage love affair and further contribute to the degradation of American society.
Boozehounds are now waging war against the stoners; ever since clever advertising campaigns began popping up in cities like Portland, Maine, making claims that marijuana is simply a smarter choice than the drunken doom brought on by the consumption of alcohol.