Missouri’s medical marijuana program is now fully underway but not all forms of edibles are legal in the state. If you prefer brownies and gummies over smoked cannabis flower, there are a few things you need to know about the complicated legal status of edibles. When you visit any of the new dispensaries, you’ll notice that certain popular cannabis snacks aren’t available. Read More
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Medical Marijuana edibles are generally legal in most states with MMJ programs. While Maryland initially banned cannabis edibles, they have recently loosened those restrictions a little. Other states, like Missouri, will have edibles in their dispensaries. We’ll break down why edibles can be a good alternative, and what patients need to know in order to stay safe while using cannabis edibles.
Cannabis administration methods have come a long way since the introduction of smoking. Edibles are an easy method for patients to consume medical cannabis without having to vape or smoke marijuana. But many patients don’t know how to make edibles. We take a look at how to make medical cannabis powder, as well as cannabutter for brownies and other recipes.