Casual Marijuana Use Causing Brain Abnormalities

Casual Marijuana Use Causing Brain Abnormalities

Report by Fox News: “For the first time, researchers at Northwestern University have analyzed the relationship between casual use of marijuana and brain changes – and found that young adults who used cannabis just once or twice a week showed significant abnormalities in two important brain structures. The study’s findings, to be published Wednesday in the Journal of Neuroscience, are...

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10 Servings of Marijuana in 1 Peanut Butter Cup

As you can see in the picture an “Indulgent Chocoate Caramel” purchased at Mountain Medicine at Gaia on E. Colfax looks exactly like a Reese’s peanut butter cup. This one inch marijuana infused chocolate candy has 100 mg of pure THC in it, deemed by the state legislature to be equivalent to 10 servings of marijuana. Smoked marijuana kicks in right away, but digested marijuana may take up a half...

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IN SESSION: Marijuana Edibles

IN SESSION: Marijuana Edibles

The Denver Post supports important Marijuana Bills (HB 14-1361 and HB 14-1366) and the need for marijuana infused edibles to be distinguishable from other cookies and candies that are attractive to kids. The Denver Post Colorado lawmakers consider new requirements for marijuana edibles April 10, 2014 by Tom McGhee The gummy bears were just sweet. But the “raspberry” and...

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IMPORTANT Marijuana Bills

IMPORTANT Marijuana Bills

                    Smart Colorado has worked diligently to raise awareness about the potential dangers and health consequences of highly potent marijuana concentrates and marijuana infused edibles, which are indistinguishable from other candies and foods that are attractive to kids. Click here to learn more about these products. Today, two bills...

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Reports on Increasing THC Levels

Reports on Increasing THC Levels

PBS reports on how THC potency of marijuana has dramatically increased. We already know lower levels of THC can permanently impact the developing brain. Unfortunately, there hasn’t been any research conducted on what the additional health impacts will be from the new and much more potent edibles and concentrates that are being sold in Colorado which are getting into the hands of Colorado...

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