It looks like candy, but it’s not: More children seen in emergency for ingesting edible marijuanaPosted by On







A 2015 Laval police photo shows THC-laced gummy bears. Edible marijuana products should be kept out of reach of children, the Children’s Hospital says.


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To a small child, ordinary gummy bears, brownies or chocolate bars are indistinguishable from those laced with cannabis: Children, naturally curious, like to explore their environments and put objects in their mouths. But in the wake of an increase in the incidence of cannabis intoxication among young children, the Trauma Centre of the Montreal Children’s Hospital has issued an alert about the need to properly store cannabis products.

They should be stored — ideally locked — out of sight of young children and away from their curious hands, said Dr. Dominic Chalut, an emergency physician and toxicologist at the McGill University Health…



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