Have you ever wondered what people are Googling about weed? If so, then there’s this nifty thing called Google Trends that can tell you everything you want to know. Whether it be how many people are searching for Snoop Dogg or a particular strain of pot, Google Trends will point out not just the trending terms, but also the regions that have the most interest. In case you’re curious as to what people are looking up these days, here are the eight most common weed searches of 2017 so far.
1. How to smoke weed
Since the beginning of the new year, tons of people in the US have been Googling how to smoke weed. But between April 16 and April 22, right around 420, of course, is when the search reached its peak. Go figure.
2. Cannabis oil
Interesting enough, South Africa so far has Googled cannabis oil the most out of all countries this year. Between March 16 and April 1, this particular search was at its highest.
3. After smoking weed
Apparently, the United States really wants to know what happens after several hits of the dank. In fact, this search term happens to be at its peak right now. Some of the specifics that people want to know are what happens to the eyes and lungs.
4. Smoke weed everyday
Of course, “Smoke weed every day” made its way onto the top most popular searched queries. As for the interest over time, that was at its highest during the month of April and Maine was the state who Googled it the most.
5. Snoop Dogg
Snoop Dogg and weed are a match made in heaven. So it’s no wonder people are curious to see what Mr. D-O-Double-G is up to these days, or rather what he’s smoking.
As for the country that is currently loving the Doggfather the most, that would be South Africa. Right behind them is the United States, and then Canada.
6. Medical Marijuana
It turns out a lot of people are fascinated by the subject of medical marijuana, especially in the United States and Canada. In fact, medical marijuana is a topic that has managed to stay trending the entire year thus far. But that’s no surprise. There’s a lot of positive things coming to light about this plant, and you can never learn too much.
7. Best weed
If you want to know the best of the best when it comes to weed, just Google it. Apparently, that’s what several people in the US and Canada is doing. Most pot smokers prefer to stick to the good stuff, so it only makes sense to do your research.
8. Weed California
Thought the interest has dropped since between January 1st and January 7th, plenty of folks in the US are still Google searching “Weed California.” But for some reason or another, other countries haven’t been particularly interested in the Golden State or their pot, according to Google Trends.