(AmericaBlog) Researchers from Johns Hopkins University did a study to see if the amount of THC in edible marijuana products was the same as the amount specified on the labels. The answer was a resounding "nah, man."
Hopkins scientists went to Colorado and Washington state, where recreational marijuana is legal, and bought a total of 75 different edible products containing marijuana. They then tested the products’ THC content to see if it matched the amount of THC that was promised their labels.
They found that over three three quarters of the edibles did not contain the specified amount of THC, with 60 percent of edibles tested containing less THC than advertised. 23 percent of the products actually contained more THC than was claimed on the label.
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