As High-Potency Cannabis Products Gain Popularity, Lawmakers Ask: How High Is Too High?

Florida and feds are considering limits on THC

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A cannabis-infused beverage called Uncle Arnie’s Iced Tea Lemonade, wrapped in tie-dyed imagery and billed as “a trip worth taking, man,” packs a heavyweight boxer-level punch: 100 milligrams of THC per bottle, with express directions to “drink wisely, friend.”

For reference, some of the bestselling weed-laced drinks fall somewhere between 2.5 milligrams and 10 milligrams of THC per serving.

While an 8-ounce Uncle Arnie’s lemonade comes with a 10-milligram dosing chart on the label, indicating a recommended serving that jibes with California regulations, from consumer reviews it’s obvious that some people aren’t measuring conservatively.



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