Parents Get High With Their Kids For The First Time… And It’s Kind Of Awesome [Watch]

Parents and their kids bond over quality weed and munchies in this social experiment.

By Amanda Froelich, True Activist

Though the recreational use of marijuana is still illegal in many U.S. states and in various countries around the world, the stigma surrounding the use of the herb is beginning to decline. That’s because components of the plant have been found to benefit a number of illnesses, such as seizures, cancer, Parkinson’s disease, anxiety, and arthritis. Additionally, the herb is responsible for 0 deaths each year, making it a safer substance to consume than alcohol and even pharmaceutical drugs. (Read more here)

As these truths are recognized and economies benefit due to the recreational legalization of the herb, more and more people are allowing themselves to toke for the first time. Unsurprisingly, many millennials have already tried smoking, vaping, or consuming the bud in edible form. Many members of the “baby boomer” generation, however, are just beginning to jump on the bandwagon. And, it’s likely that they’ll only benefit in doing so.

The 40, 50, and 60-somethings who are choosing to light up are finding that a bit of the herb can go a long way in helping to reduce the aches and pains that accompany the aging process. There’s also something to be said about the stress-reducing qualities of quality bud.

It’s because the attitude toward marijuana is changing that Cut decided to bring parents and their kids together to smoke weed with each other for the first time. Equipped with all the necessary tools – joints, a bong, a big bowl of chips and Never Have I Ever questions – their time baked proves to be time well-spent.

The results of the experiment are pretty amazing, watch the video for yourself below:

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