Doctors and lawmakers in California want cannabis producers to warn consumers of the increased risk of psychiatric disorders and other health risks on their packaging labels and in advertising, similar to requirements for cigarettes. They also want sellers to distribute health brochures to first-time customers outlining the risks cannabis poses to youths, drivers and those who are pregnant, especially for pot that has high concentrations of THC, the chemical primarily responsible for marijuana’s mental effects. Read the article here.
California may require labels on pot products to warn of mental health risks
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