Washington and Colorado are the states where it is legal, but other states where marijuana is illegal are having difficult time to prevent its illegitimate usage.
The police of the states where marijuana is illegal are charging smokers who are carrying marijuana for illegitimate usage.
It is not only the smokers who are charged of carrying marijuana in their cigarette packs but the police are also confiscating sweets and other accessories containing marijuana.
These accessories are popular and highly known in areas where marijuana is permissible.
The police are having huge trouble in finding out the sweets containing marijuana. Marijuana is found in many forms like snacks, brownies, candies etc.
In February, the officers in San Antonio held hundreds of dollars worth of edible marijuana.
The goods are produced in states where it is legal and sold to the states where it is illegal. Cops are readying to block these transports that pass around the cities where it is not supposed to.
Eight children were admitted to hospital after mistakenly consuming the snacks and candies containing marijuana in 2013.
In 2014, six children were admitted to hospital.
Groups of people who oppose the legislation of marijuana are blaming sweet edibles, they have raised their voices against such products and claimed that children are unaware of what they consume and mistakenly consume such products.
Officer Jim Jeffries working as police chief in Lafollette, Tennessee for past 20 years said that during his tenure, he had tracked and caught vehicles carrying marijuana passing through his town.
Traffickers are now applying new strategies and techniques to transport marijuana and hence causing Jefferies to rethink over his strategies.
Edible marijuana has been hidden in plain sight in some of the cases but the new methods saved the carriers from getting busted.
Consumers take time to notice effects of edible marijuana; its effects are long lasting and extensive. It may cause complications for those who are unaware of its effects.