Graduate Garrett Downes created a consultation company to support pot manufacturers.
As popular as gummies and fruit snacks are, sometimes people just don’t like the idea of animal-sourced gelatin.
When Christine Smith quit her decades-long career as an architect to make marijuana edibles, she didn’t know much about chocolate. But she’d seen the competition, made with cheap chocolate and reeking of weed, and she knew she could do better.
Pot-laced mints that contain as little as 2.5 milligrams of THC, the chemical compound in marijuana that makes users high, began cropping up on dispensary shelves last fall
Andrew Schrot, the CEO of Denver-based Blue Kudu, moved to Colorado from Tampa, Florida, with his brother in the summer of 2010, excited to get involved in the cannabis industry.
Eating cannabis ain’t like toking it. Given how many people have had bad experiences with brownies of unknown potency
Sky High Holistic “did not seek nor obtain the consent of any officer to record their communications,” lawyer says.
This dope must of been high on his own supply.
With the return of fun-size candy to store shelves, we can reliably count on a new Halloween-related scare campaign to make the rounds. This year, it’s kids confusing their trick-or-treat goodies with their parents’ pot-infused candy.