The stories people tell about consuming cannabis-infused foods, simply referred to most commonly as edibles, range from one extreme end of the spectrum, to the other. You’ll hear of the scrawny guy that claims to ingest a few hundred milligrams of THC in a few brownies without batting an eye. Or you might know that big dude who has psychedelic experiences after a half of a pot cookie.
More often than not, we are satisfied to chalk that range of effects and experiences up to basic physiology – metabolism, diet, that sort of thing. But occasionally, the morals of the maker of the edibles can come into question, particularly if patients are consistently let down by a certain brand.
A recent expose by the Denver Post showed how some edible companies are taking advantage of retailers and customers in a relatively regulation-free environment.
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Colorado edibles companies’ advertised dosages found to be inaccurate