Bakery caught selling weed brownies in Mumbai

• On Saturday, 10 cannabis-based brownies and 35 grams of marijuana was seized by the NCB from a bakery in Mumbai’s Malad district. Three people have been detained so far.

• Consuming edible weed is the latest trend according to the NCB.

• The NCB has seized cannabis-based food products in the country for the very first time.

• The NCB issued a statement in which they said, “Cannabis edibles may affect people for a longer period of time than smoked cannabis. The important base to all food edibles is that it has fat that has been infused with THC. In other words, any food that contains butter, oil, or any fatty substance can be turned into an edible.”

• It further stated, “Examples of cannabis-infused foods include baked goods, candy, potato chips, and more, one may not be able to distinguish between regular baked goods and those containing cannabinoids which tend to have a slightly green tinge and often wmit a faint cannabis smell.”

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