Unlike other states where marijuana is legalized, California has no laws against pesticide use for its marijuana. And pesticides that would only be minorly dangerous to eat can be terribly dangerous to smoke.
DEA has taken yet another swipe at marijuana by amending its already bizarre classification of pot as a Schedule I drug. Now they’re trying to control the plant compound better known as CBD.
CBD is now gaining interest because unlike THC, it does not produce a psychoactive high.
As legalized pot spreads, states are dazed and confused about what to do with stoned drivers. It’s a public health issue even scientists are tripping over.
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