Washington Medical Marijuana Provider Calling For Product Labeling Regulations
Erik | Jun 17, 2013 | Comments 0
Is the supply of medical marijuana that you are purchasing from your local dispensary safe for consumption? Should state’s that have legalized marijuana for medicinal and recreational dedications have a stricter policy in place for labeling of the product that’s being sold to consumers?
When individuals purchase over the counter medications from retailing outlets the products they are buying are labeled with the ingredients and the drug’s intended usages and effects.
Washington state’s Green Buddha Patient Network owner/operator, Muraco Kyashna-Tocha, would like to see the state require a labeling system for marijuana. She feels the consumers in the marketplace are at risk of purchasing contaminated plant material due to the lack of stringent product testing and proper labeling.
Review the enclosed video news clip and share your thoughts with us in the comment section. Do you feel medical and recreational marijuana should be rigorously tested for safe consumption and that the product should be labeled for the safety of the public?
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