One of the most ridiculous claims pushed by anti-legalization “activists” in the run-up to California’s 2016 vote to approve recreational cannabis was that the new laws would make edibles illegal. While there have been reports of edible shortages thanks to the slow rollout of recreational-use laws, one glance at any dispensary or delivery service menu instantly refutes this erroneous and self-serving claim.
In fact, edibles should be more popular and plentiful than ever in the recreational-use era, especially among new, cannabis-curious users who are not accustomed to or interested in inhaling smoke or vapor. Flowers and vapes require not only lung power but the purchase of accessories, while candies, chips and cookies require little in the way of commitment.
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