However, isn’t it a bad idea to base your entire relationship on a single interest?These two don't think so, but let us know what you think in the comments."We wanted to build a cool piece of technology that solved the problem of where do million and millions of cannabis consumers go to meet people, connect with people and build relationships," Mitchem told It's so much bigger." Even though states are increasingly recognizing the need for medicinal pot, Mitchem says it's still very much a taboo topic in many communities.

High There is a dating app catering to cannabis users.

It was created in 2015 by co-founder Darren Roberts after he noticed medical marijuana-using friends having trouble finding partners.

It really doesn't work for me to be out at a restaurant or have plans to go see a play later and for him to say 'I can't because I have to go smoke.' That necessity was totally disruptive. I bounced around on different medications to try to fix that, and nothing really helped until I tried smoking. I had a boyfriend with a very low sex drive, and it was too much for him. He's a musician, and cannabis and music often go hand in hand. All his friends come over and try the vaporizers, giving real-time feedback.

It was like having a third person in the relationship. Now, I am an everyday weed smoker, and I do think it helps my depression..my relationship with my boyfriend. The way dating is today, the girl can be the aggressive one, going after the guy.

I broke it off." – Lee, 24, fundraiser, Boston, MA The Medical Marvel"Depression has run in my family for generations. I've tried every antidepressant under the sun, and nothing ever really worked for me. A bunch of my friends don't use cannabis, and they're like, 'How do you do that?

' And I'm like, 'You just invite them over to hit the vape.' Then the guys are like, 'Oh my god, this is the coolest girl ever.

The app launched at the beginning of last year, but they’ve only recently started to see results in the form of long-term relationships and marriage proposals.

CEO Darren Roberts told Complex the app’s biggest success came from giving people “a way to connect with others like them without stigma,” mostly via a newsfeed called JOINTS.

Alcohol for me is definitely a depressive experience.