They’ve always been popular among a subset of marijuana, but with the fact that more and more people from the mainstream are able to consume, there’s a lot more interest.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) July 29, 2014
According to the New York Daily News, the perpetuation of marijuana in both the recreational and the medicinal sectors is mirroring the progression in the baked goods industry. As legalized marijuana becomes more accepted in mainstream culture, many are turning to alternative methods of ingesting the drug aside from the traditional and more dangerous forms of smoking the herb.
Edibles and marijuana infused products are becoming quite the trend in legalized states such as Colorado and Washington and are prompting many, like spokesman for the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana’s Erik Altieri, to offer their opinion. Altieri told the New York Daily News when referring to edibles that, “they’ve always been popular among a subset of marijuana, but with the fact that more and more people from the mainstream are able to consume, there’s a lot more interest.” A majority of marijuana users who turn to edibles do so because of the dangers associated with smoking marijuana. Edibles can also provide a source of relief for the sick and long lasting pain relief for those burdened with disease or life threatening illness such as cancer.
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For additional information on this report by the New York Daily News, visit the article published on 7/18/2014: http://www.nydailynews.com/life-style/eats/high-times-pot-edibles-marijuana-mainstream-article-1.1872223.