Up in smoke: new California law could send $350m worth of cannabis to incinerator
Rules requiring special packaging and lab testing lead to fears of legal weed shortages
About $350m worth of cannabis products could be destroyed as new regulations take effect on Sunday in California.
New rules stipulate that all cannabis products must be sold in child-resistant packaging, and must be lab-tested for potency and a variety of contaminants. Additionally, edibles will be limited to 100mg of THC per package, divided into 10mg servings.Continue reading...