Highly concentrated forms of cannabis known as dabs are typically vaporized and inhaled using a device that looks similar to a bong. (Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times)
(Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times)
Mental Health

Researchers warn of mental health risks of high-potency cannabis

WA lawmakers may again try to cap or tax high-potency cannabis products like dabs amid worries that youth who use them are getting sick or experiencing psychosis. Updated

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