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Edibles & Kids: 7 Safety Tips for Cautious, Cannabis-Consuming Caregivers

No, your kid won’t die if he or she accidentally downs a cannabis-infused gummy, but let’s agree that ‘not hastening your child’s death’ is setting the parenting bar pretty low. There are real risks if your kid gets into your edibles, inviting adverse effects for them and legal consequences for you.

That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have edibles–edibles are great! But if you plan to make or eat them in the home you share with children, these best practices will help you have your infused cake and eat it, too.

Lock ’em up

If you only follow one suggestion on this list, let it be this: store your edibles in a locked, child-proof container.

Lockable, cannabis-specific cases like those by Stashlogix are widely available online and in cannabis stores, and can store small batches of non-perishable edibles. For fridge or freezer-safe storage with more capacity, you’ll want to broaden your search. Google terms such as “fridge safe medicine lock box”, “fridge safe box locker” or “locked lunchbox” to generate a variety of options in a range of prices.

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Edibles & Kids: 7 Safety Tips for Cautious, Cannabis-Consuming Caregivers

No, your kid won’t die if he or she accidentally downs a cannabis-infused gummy, but let’s agree that ‘not hastening your child’s death’ is setting the parenting bar pretty low. There are real risks if your kid gets into your edibles, inviting adverse effects for them and legal consequences for you.

That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have edibles–edibles are great! But if you plan to make or eat them in the home you share with children, these best practices will help you have your infused cake and eat it, too.

Lock ’em up

If you only follow one suggestion on this list, let it be this: store your edibles in a locked, child-proof container.

Lockable, cannabis-specific cases like those by Stashlogix are widely available online and in cannabis stores, and can store small batches of non-perishable edibles. For fridge or freezer-safe storage with more capacity, you’ll want to broaden your search. Google terms such as “fridge safe medicine lock box”, “fridge safe box locker” or “locked lunchbox” to generate a variety of options in a range of prices.

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Edibles & Kids: 7 Safety Tips for Cautious, Cannabis-Consuming Caregivers

No, your kid won’t die if he or she accidentally downs a cannabis-infused gummy, but let’s agree that ‘not hastening your child’s death’ is setting the parenting bar pretty low. There are real risks if your kid gets into your edibles, inviting adverse effects for them and legal consequences for you.

That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have edibles–edibles are great! But if you plan to make or eat them in the home you share with children, these best practices will help you have your infused cake and eat it, too.

Lock ’em up

If you only follow one suggestion on this list, let it be this: store your edibles in a locked, child-proof container.

Lockable, cannabis-specific cases like those by Stashlogix are widely available online and in cannabis stores, and can store small batches of non-perishable edibles. For fridge or freezer-safe storage with more capacity, you’ll want to broaden your search. Google terms such as “fridge safe medicine lock box”, “fridge safe box locker” or “locked lunchbox” to generate a variety of options in a range of prices.

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MJBizCon, “the world’s largest canna-biz conference”, kicks off today in Las Vegas

The 7th annual MJBizCon (aka Marijuana Business Conference) kicks off today, Nov. 14, in Las Vegas, and you’ve got until Friday to get down to Sin City to check out “the largest cannabis industry conference in the world”. Held at the Las Vegas Convention Center, MJBizCon is MJBizDaily’s (aka Marijuana Business Daily) flagship event that […]

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Edibles & Kids: 7 Safety Tips for Cautious, Cannabis-Consuming Caregivers

No, your kid won’t die if he or she accidentally downs a cannabis-infused gummy, but let’s agree that ‘not hastening your child’s death’ is setting the parenting bar pretty low. There are real risks if your kid gets into your edibles, inviting adverse effects for them and legal consequences for you.

That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have edibles–edibles are great! But if you plan to make or eat them in the home you share with children, these best practices will help you have your infused cake and eat it, too.

Lock ’em up

If you only follow one suggestion on this list, let it be this: store your edibles in a locked, child-proof container.

Lockable, cannabis-specific cases like those by Stashlogix are widely available online and in cannabis stores, and can store small batches of non-perishable edibles. For fridge or freezer-safe storage with more capacity, you’ll want to broaden your search. Google terms such as “fridge safe medicine lock box”, “fridge safe box locker” or “locked lunchbox” to generate a variety of options in a range of prices.

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The “Baked Beans” Disgusting Jellybean Challenge

Catch best friends Big Lach and Big Puffa playing Baked Beans! The rules are super easy- think of it like jellybean roulette. There are 10 different colours and 20 different flavours because each colour represents a great AND a disgusting flavour. It’s up to pure chance which one you get. You see that brown jellybean? If […]

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Cathedral City Just Opened SoCal’s First Legal Consumption Lounge

The issue with legalization in California—and many other adult-use states—is that there aren’t many places to legally consume cannabis in public. Many argue this is what makes “legalization” a scam: how is weed legal if you can only consume it in your home without consequence? One Southern California desert community is providing a solution to this problem. Cathedral City Lounge, located in the Coachella Valley, made history opening the region’s first licensed on-site consumption bar on Wednesday, October 31.

“This is a whole new feeling for people to be able to consume in public without anyone making comments or having to worry about getting arrested,” Nick Hughes, the owner of Cathedral City Lounge, told High Times in an interview. “Comfort is everything.”

Hughes is also the owner of Cathedral City Care Collective, a dispensary the consumption lounge is connected to. He explains the lounge fills a void by providing a place for people to hang out, try new products, and have a safe place to sober-up after imbibing in various forms of greenery.

Cathedral City Lounge is equipped with

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Expert Joints LIVE on CLN – Viva Las Vegas

This week Craig is in Las Vegas covering MJBizCon with High Times, and brings you a special episode, featuring a number of dope guests. Click here to join the Chat Room during the show. Catch more from #ExpertJoints and #HighTimes here.  

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WEEDS Glass & Gifts presents “Bob High’s Trippy Art Show” on Nov. 17

Cannabis Life Network caught up with Carol Gwilt, the co-owner of WEEDS Glass and Gifts, as she and the rest of the WEEDS team prepare for “Bob High’s Trippy Art Show and Black Light Exhibit“ on Nov. 17. For certain connoisseurs, weed and trippy art is a perfect pairing, and even better for the creatively-inclined and/or […]

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Pot Packaging Problems

A Pound of Packaging for A Gram of Bud If you ask some folks in Canada how they feel about cannabis packaging, they’ll tell you they think it’s excessive. They wouldn’t be wrong either. Imagine if you will, buying a gram of bud that you’ve never tried. You place your order and wait to receive […]

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