Here Are Some of the Popular Edibles Now Banned Under California Law

As we said last week, California’s new emergency regulations on cannabis contain strict limits on marijuana edibles that outlaw many products currently on the market.

The state’s guidelines require capping edibles at 100 milligrams of THC, with no more than 10 milligrams in a serving. Those rules go for both adult-use and medical cannabis. That means a good number of edibles popular with California marijuana patients will have to be discontinued or significantly altered.

Here are just a few popular edibles that exceed the new limits:

1. TKO Brownie (200 mg) from Organic OC

2. Mint Irish Cream Bars (180 mg) from Kiva Confections

3. Extra Strength Chews (200 mg) from Sensi Chew

4. Chocolate Dip cookies (250 mg) from Korova

5. Kiva Terra Bites (120 mg) from Kiva Confections. These are a double whammy because they also contain caffeine, which cannot be combined with cannabis products under the new rules.


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