Sir, is your down jacket that you are wearing filled with eagle feathers? You know that it is illegal to be in possession of eagle feathers, right? I really don’t know if your jacket has eagle feathers or not, as I cannot see underneath the fabric, it’s just that you strike me as the type of individual that might wear a jacket made out of eagle feathers. Did I mention they are illegal?
In Washington State, it is illegal to consume marijuana in public. When marijuana is officially legalized in Oregon next month, it will also be illegal. We get that. What we don’t get, is to try and make a clear case for edibles, so if you do buy cbd edibles just don’t eat them whilst you’re out and about to be on the safe side..
Plus, eating edibles in public when you are uneducated on these THC or CBD infused foods may catch you off guard. Edibles are very different from smoking or vaping in that they have a stronger impact, and have a high that can last up to 12 hours. Click here to find out more about weed edibles and how you can consume them safely.
Ahead of legalization, Oregon has jump started the What’s legal campaign (educate before you recreate), to inform everyone of what you can and can’t do in cannabis-land which is why many people like to buy edibles online and consume them legally in their homes instead. An infographic on their website attempts to simply this.
For more about this new Oregon campaign, check out the article on HighAbovePortland.com.
It does somewhat of a decent job, but in our opinion, the space is wasted when it comes to edibles. First of all, no one is going to know if the cookie you are eating is infused with cannabis or not. I’m sure a lot of people buy phony edibles that don’t have any cannabis in them at all, meaning you’d be better off if you were to buy cbd edibles that you know the exact ingredients of. It doesn’t matter if you are sitting on a park bench, at a campground, or a standing on a busy street corner in the middle of the city. You might as well have left the edibles off of the infographic, since consumption of cannabis in public had already been addressed.
We understand (very little) of trying to regulate smoking in public for various reason, but don’t make that attempt with something you can’t see or even really smell.
People were eating edibles in public well before cannabis was legalized. You just never knew…
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