Harsh words are flying in the Wild West of pot (also known as Colorado). This time the debate is over cannabis-infused foods, or edibles.
Complaints about inaccurate labeling started surfacing almost immediately after Colorado voted to go recreational at the start of 2014. One dispensary in particular has recived over 450 complaints about Dr. J's, a Colorado-based edible company. This prompted the dispensary owner to test two of Dr. J's candy bars. The candy bars' labels stated that each bar should contain 100mg of THC, however the bars only contained .37mg and .27mg, respectively. Not even close to the 100mg that the label claims!
Basically what you have is two overpriced, regular ol' candy bars. Might as well go buy a Snickers for a buck. And it dosen't stop there, Dr. J's is not the only offender, just the biggest.
Get the rest of the story HERE by Richard Baca at The Cannabist, and see which edible companies passed the test and which failed miserably.