California May Require Labels Of Risks, Including Mental Health Risk, On Cannabis Products
In part, the bill is aimed at creating larger warnings for consumers of cannabis
alifornia may soon require labels on all cannabis products that warn buyers of the risks to their overall health and safety.
SB 1097, the Cannabis Right to Know Act, would require warnings to be added to each product.
In part, the bill is aimed at creating larger warnings for consumers of cannabis, much like nicotine product warnings.
“I think that would be probably good… well at least so you know what you’re ingesting I guess right,” said Robby Taggart, a 35-year cannabis user.
Warnings would include DUI risks, adolescent use and brain development, mental health risks including schizophrenia, and increased suicidal thoughts and attempts.
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