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Child & Teen Health
Edible marijuana — a half-baked idea?
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Yup, I do agree that this is better than smoking marijuana. I’m curious if they have mixed this with other snacks such as chocolate bars, maybe, or even cookies, to make it tastier?
Despite the fact that its unlawful for anybody in Colorado under age 21 ti purchase Maryjane, the bundling of consumable pot is by all accounts pointed to some degree at kids. It’s somewhat like the joe camel cigarette advertisements tha once focused on energetic, compose MacCound and mellow.
It’s much better than smoking marijuana. You can read the danger of smoking marijuana.
Interesting article. What are the long term issues associated with children over-dosing? What about the health issues of those children who have parents who smoke around them and they get a contact high, maybe not even realizing it?
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