Levels of THC Incorrectly Labeled on Most Edible Marijuana Products: Study

Most edible marijuana products incorrectly list their levels of THC, the main psychoactive ingredient, a new study finds.

The study analyzed 75 edible marijuana products sold in Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles, according to The New York Times. Only 17 percent of the products correctly described their levels of THC. Researchers found 60 percent of the products had less THC than the packages stated, and 23 percent had more THC than advertised.

Full story of THC levels incorrectly labeled at drugfree.org

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