Marijuana is addictive. It’s harder to stop using marijuana if you start at a young age. Youth who start using marijuana, alcohol or other drugs — even occasionally — may be more likely to continue using later in life.Read More
To stay within the law, you’ll need to consume marijuana on private property. "You cannot consume, smoke, eat, or vape cannabis in public places," according to the state Department of Public Health’s website.Read More
Marijuana affects timing, movement, and coordination, which can harm athletic performance. Marijuana smoke has many of the same chemicals as tobacco smoke, which are not healthy for the lungs. Smoking marijuana can make it harder for athletes to breathe.Read More
Dispensaries will sell a number of types of marijuana products, including but not limited to:
Dried marijuana Dried marijuana — also called flower, bud or leaf.
Concentrates: essential oils of the cannabis plant. Warning: these can be very potent!
A common bad reaction to marijuana is the "acute panic anxiety reaction." People describe this reaction as an extreme fear of "losing control," which causes panic. The symptoms usually disappear in a few hours.Read More
Always keep marijuana safely out of reach of children. If a child eats or drinks marijuana by accident, they may need immediate medical help. Signs of accidental ingestion include: problems walking or sitting up, difficulty breathing, and becoming sleepy.Read More
The limits vary by state and by recreational or medicinal customers.Read More
If you’re a pet owner, you should store your marijuana safely. Call a veterinarian if your pet is showing the following symptoms of ingesting marijuana: depression and listlessness, loss of motor coordination, loss of balance, vomiting or low body temperature.Read More