Following the rise of cannabis use among the country, THC containing edibles are gaining major traction. Wider availability and ease of access, along with the discrete and seemingly straightforward nature of the products, subsequently lead to teenagers turning away from the more detectable methods of cannabis consumption (like vaping and smoking) in an effort to evade the lingering eyes of parents and teachers. Andrea Petersen of The Wall Street Journal discusses the matter with experts. Dr. Staci Gruber weighs in on the complexities that come with consuming edibles, especially at a young age
"You want to explain that this is not the same as smoking or vaping. It is very difficult to know how strong it is and what will happen to you because of it"
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