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Yes, New York State is committed to ensuring the safety and quality of cannabis products through extensive lab testing. These rigorous assessments evaluate the product’s potency, purity, and consistency, screening for contaminants such as pesticides, heavy metals, and microbial impurities. By adhering to strict testing protocols, New York upholds the highest standards in consumer safety, providing reassurance that the products available on the market are both effective and reliable. This dedication to excellence reflects the state’s commitment to safeguarding public health and promoting responsible cannabis consumption.
CBD (Cannabidiol): Non-psychoactive compound found in cannabis. It’s known for its potential therapeutic properties, such as reducing anxiety, inflammation, and pain. It doesn’t produce a “high” feeling.
THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol): Psychoactive compound in cannabis that produces the “high” sensation. It may have therapeutic benefits but is also associated with altered perception, euphoria, and other psychoactive effects.
While marijuana is generally considered less addictive than some other substances, chronic use can lead to marijuana use disorder. This disorder is often linked to dependence, where withdrawal symptoms occur when not using the drug.
Common effects include relaxation, euphoria, altered perception of time, increased appetite, dry mouth, and impaired short-term memory. Side effects can vary based on the strain, THC content, individual response, and other factors.
Yes, driving under the influence of cannabis is illegal in New York. This falls under impaired driving laws, and individuals found driving while under the influence of marijuana can face penalties similar to alcohol-related DUIs.
Yes, New York has specific laws regarding marijuana use: