Brown bears, biscuits and beverages have THC. But what many people do not know can take you out of the days. In the past, they were the only foods, but now sweets are not the only thing that contains this secret ingredient, which many now swear by: THC that is extracted from the pot.
The Drug Administration, DEA, warns those who buy marijuana about their strength.
Cannabis-derived THC is now a big seller even in countries where marijuana is still illegal. But as DEA tells us, many people who buy it have no idea that food takes more time to influence you and can take more than it should with some extreme effects.
"You have these things you can actually eat, maybe chocolate products, candy products that contain THC, which is the content of marijuana that gives you high values," said Dante Sorianello, DEA, the marijuana has produced an entirely new line of consumables.The legal recreational products have become as common as most of us have a happy hour according to the owner of the Cannabis Cannabis Dispensary in Colorado
"The night or night cannabis diet no longer affects you, then a cup wine at night with your husband, "say Wanda James, owner of Simply Pure Marihuana Dispensary. , they can take more by ingesting them much more THC than they should. THC is the psychoactive ingredient that gives you so much. As told by the law enforcement authorities in Colorado, some people have lost their health for over eight hours because they have eaten too much THC. Another question, according to DEA, is that some of these foods look like candy and can be taken by children or an unsuspecting adult.
"There might be a warning label on the pack when they sell it, but if you open it on the table, how do you know? How do you know if you go to a friend's house and go for a candy meal, and I would like to say I hope your friends will not do that
So far, although dispensaries in countries where cannabis is legal, they see huge profits from food, especially in a key demographic situation that may surprise you. women are the fastest growing cannabis users, especially those who are fit for consumption "It is important to throw this drug off the street, but if there are people who are suffering or risking a potential death, we want to do that first," Sorianello said.