Consumption of marijuana edibles rises amidst scarce research into their health impact

Consumption of marijuana edibles rises amidst scarce research into their health impact

As more states legalize recreational use of marijuana, edible forms of the drug are also becoming increasingly popular. But little research has been done on potential complications of consuming the substance, and some scientists believe they can cause hallucinogenic reactions. Special correspondent Lori Jane Gliha of Rocky Mountain PBS reports on the controversial trend.

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Consumption of marijuana edibles rises amidst scarce research into their health impact