The Washington State Department of Health issued new regulations for medical marijuana:
These include the ratio of thc to cbd:
High THC compliant products refer to a cannabis product that contains more than 10 milligrams, but no more than 50 milligrams per serving.
These products may be packaged in servings of up to 50 milligrams of THC; each unit must not contain more than 10 servings, or 500 total milligrams of THC.
High CBD compliant products refer to any marijuana product that meets the following ratios:
Cannabis concentrates may contain no more than two percent THC and 25 times more CBD concentration by weight
Edible products may contain no more than two milligrams of THC and at least five times as much CBD per serving by weight for solids or volume for liquids
Topicals must contain at least five times more CBD than THC concentration
Testing for pesticides and heavy metals.
Labeling may not say pharmaceutical or RX and must say “This product is not approved by the FDA to treat, cure, or prevent any disease.”
It sounds like they’re regulating for the protection of the consumer. —Riiight. Now for the fun part:
The Washington State Department of Health released a clarification of the emergency rules: The standards in these rules are voluntary.
Smoke and mirrors. You gotta love those political types. They talk all day and say absolutely nothing