With the advent of legal marijuana, Vermonter growers can now their stash tested to determine THC and CBD levels. Produced by Glenn Russell, Joel Banner Baird and Ryan Mercer/FREE PRESS, Burlington Free Press
Champlain Valley Dispensary Lab Supervisor Samantha Csapilla displays a sample of processed marijuana ready for testing to determine levels of cannabinoids like THC or CBD. (Photo: GLENN RUSSELL/FREE PRESS)Buy Photo
A mild, barely discernable buzz — or a trip to the brink of impairment?
Recreational cannabis tokers have for centuries sought to dial in the right high, most often relying on anecdotal accounts of their pot’s potency.
With the advent of legal marijuana, discerning Vermonters can verify their hunches by testing the strength of a stash before they imbibe.
Home kits, available for sale online and rated by marijuana consumer advocates such as High Times, offer a discrete way to detect concentrations of THC, marijuana’s most significant mind-altering compound.
Before you set up your kitchen