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Delta 8 is legal in New Jersey and in most states. But legal does not mean safe. And the repercussions of these unregulated substances cooked up in underground laboratories are showing up in hospitals and emergency departments around the nation, where people who have ingested these drugs are experiencing everything from vomiting, hallucinations, and loss of consciousness.
As New Jersey moves closer to an operational adult-use market for marijuana, advocates for medicinal weed wonder if the transition will start to squeeze out the patients who need cannabis for serious medical conditions.
Advocates want state to release cultivation data to ensure patient demand will be met.
The New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission has adopted the first rules to oversee the cultivation and sale of cannabis for personal use.