“Douglasville and Fulton County police want to know the true extent of an alleged drug business that targeted metro high school students.
The drug? Marijuana edibles.
A hidden camera FOX 5 I-Team investigation first exposed the home-based company called Trill Treats. Customers ordered through an Instagram page and could pay an extra five dollars for delivery.”
Read the full story by Randy Travis on Fox 5 Atlanta here!
For most people the idea of mixing marijuana and food still centers on either edibles or being high and getting the munchies. But that was before the pre-cannabis boom of recent years that is turning marijuana into a more than six billion dollar business in 2016. Marijuana and all attached with it is becomingly increasingly sophisticated and cultured.
Read the full story by Steve Baltin from Forbes here!
By: Chase Rader
Halloween scaremongering is nothing new. Since 1959, concerned parents have warned against the risk of finding poisoned candy or razors and needles in their kid’s bags. Although there have been a handful of confirmed cases of tampering with candy, the majority of these stories have been hoaxes that were later debunked.
With states across the country legalizing recreational marijuana for adult use there is a new kind of paranoia sweeping the country: the fear that someone will slip a cannabis-infused food into your kid’s trick-or-treat bag, giving them an unwanted high on top of their sugar high.