Weed And Coronavirus: How To Save Money While Stocking Up On Marijuana

By WeedMaps‘ Hannah Meadows, provided exclusively to Benzinga Cannabis.

Since social distancing and quarantine have been widely enacted, many have been advised to work from home in order to slow the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). But because so many other places are closing down that don’t offer any kind of work from home options — such as restaurants, gyms, and retail shops — many aren’t seeing paychecks coming in as the government figures out a plan to ease the burden.

And as some wait it out, others have stocked up on more than just toilet paper and hand sanitizer: according to Headset, a data analytics service for the cannabis industry, last week, “sales of Adult Use cannabis in Washington State were up 23% on Friday, 14% on Saturday, and 33% on Sunday.” Additionally, “average baskets on Sunday were $33.70 before taxes, up 22% over the prior week and 28% compared to baskets in January and February of this year.”

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So whether you’ve bulked up your stash this past couple of weeks in preparation, or you’re just planning on stretching whatever nugs and buds you have left, follow our guide to making your dollars last without completely depleting your favorite cannabis products.

What do quarantine and social distancing mean?

What’s the difference between quarantine and social distancing? Vox recently reported on the coronavirus outbreak and the utilization of social distancing to help quell the spread of the virus:

  • Quarantine: to separate individuals completely from the public if it is believed that they have been exposed, but aren’t yet showing, symptoms of sickness.
  • Social distancing: requires the public to refrain from social …

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