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Concerns about edibles| Tripp Mix 100mg THC Trail Mix
Edibles are made with varying levels of THC, the active ingredient in marijuana. They can take the form of almost any type of food, most notably candy and baked goods.
When products are shaped like candy, there is a concern that children will accidentally ingest them. They may mistake these marijuana-infused products for regular food. Also, as they may not be able to read the labels and markings indicating that the products contain THC.
Findings indicated a five-fold increase in the number of children under 10 who were exposed to marijuana, from nine cases in 2009 to 47 cases in 2015. The poison center saw an average increase of 34 percent, while there was an average increase of 19 percent for the rest of the country.
Teens may accidentally ingest edibles as well. In these cases, though, the concern is that teens may give edibles to their peers without telling them.
Risk perception of edibles is lower
Less than one in three believed smoking marijuana regularly to be harmful, down from 52.4 percent in 2009.
My professional opinion is that marijuana-infused edibles will continue to push down this trend in perceived risk among adolescents. As edibles may appear much less risky than smokable forms. In other words, it is a much shorter leap from not using marijuana at all to eating an edible product to get high. Also, compared to the leap between no use and smoking the drug for the first time through a joint or a bong.
Additionally, edibles make it significantly easier for those who are underage to use marijuana covertly, which may make it more appealing. This could potentially increase the frequency of use.