“Cupcakes, brownies and candies containing marijuana can look irresistible to kids” so it’s very important that they’re clearly labeled so children (and adults) don’t confuse them for regular food. These pastries and candies pose serious risks to kids, physicians warn.
Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker wants to “address and settle” the issue of child safety in regards to edibles.
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In West Hollywood Mayor Lauren Meister spoke about the importance of educating parents about keeping marijuana away from children and pets, but this was met with harsh criticism by many, Councilmember John Duran claiming her proposal was “fear based and not based in reality.”
So scary to see so many legislators opposed to the idea of an educational campaign, especially with the amount of people accidentally eating edibles.
Let’s move toward a safer industry… With legalization comes great responsibility!
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At the Cannabis Wedding Expo vendors want to incorporate cannabis into weddings, but say they would offer regular food options as well.
Need a way to distinguish between wedding cake and cannabis-cake? Mark any edibles with Cannacals™ and let your guests know that any food marked with a green cross #containscannabis
Will your state follow John W. Hickenlooper advice to regulate cannabis-edibles? Your #cannabusiness can be proactive and show the community that you put responsibility and safety first by using Cannacals™ to clearly mark your edibles!