Jason Wasserman of Udoxi is quoted in an Vice article discussing the ban on cannabis products that are brightly colored or shaped like animals, toys, or candies in Oregon. It also talks of the importance on testing products for use as medicine, versus recreation.
“The edibles they’re talking about are essentially recreational,” Wasserman said. “You have to look at the efficiency of your delivery system. An orally active product has to go through your stomach and digestive system to do you any good. So you can’t say, eat this lollipop and in 20-40 minutes it might give you relief.”
“If you’re taking cannabis as a regimen throughout the day for symptom management, you would go to combustion, vaporizing and spray, or sublingual,” said Wasserman.
Read the full article on Vice