Medical marijuana ‘edibles’ mostly mislabeled, study shows

Engineering Evil

Public Release: 23-Jun-2015

“ Laboratory testing showed 44 products (59 percent) had detectible levels of CBD, but the average ratio of THC to CBD was 36-to-1”

Review of small sample of dispensary products suggests buyers at risk of overdosing or being cheated

Johns Hopkins Medicine

In a proof-of-concept study, a team led by a Johns Hopkins researcher reports that the vast majority of edible cannabis products sold in a small sample of medical marijuana dispensaries carried labels that overstated or understated the amount of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).

Though the scope of the study was small, the researchers say, the results of the study suggest some medical cannabis patients could be unintentionally overdosing or are being cheated by mislabeled products.

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