No matter how much you love our products, you’re not legally allowed to resell the cannabis you’ve purchased from Lucky Green Ladies to any other individual.
For first-time offenders, possessing over one ounce of cannabis with the intent to manufacture, distribute, dispense, or cultivate is punishable by a fine of $500 – $5,000 and/or imprisonment of up to 2 years.
And trust us – we’ve been there, done that. We don’t recommend it.
Here are some other laws and regulations that are worth reading up on:
Children and Pets
Always store all cannabis products in a locked area that’s out of sight and reach of children and pets. Keep cannabis in the child-resistant packaging from the store.
- Never use cannabis around children
- When you’re using cannabis, make sure an adult who can look after your children is nearby. Secondhand cannabis smoke contains THC and other chemicals that can affect the health of children.
If you think a child may have ingested cannabis, call the local Poison Control Center at 800-222-1222. If you think a child needs immediate medical help, call 911.
Driving and Operating Machinery
- Cannabis can impair your driving skills by slowing your reaction time, coordination, and concentration.
- Driving and operating machinery under the influence is illegal (M.G.L. c. 90.24) and may increase your risk of getting into a car crash.
Cannabis and Pregnancy
- Cannabis may be harmful to fetal development.
- Smoking cannabis or consuming cannabis products can expose your baby to potentially harmful substances.
- If you’re pregnant or breastfeeding, or plan to become pregnant soon, licensed medical professionals recommend that you do not use cannabis.
Dependence and Abuse
- Although not common, dependence and abuse of cannabis (also known as cannabis use disorder) is possible, especially in people who start using cannabis during youth or adolescence and who use cannabis more frequently.
- Some people who’ve used cannabis long term and have attempted to quit report mild withdrawal symptoms. About 3 in 10 users may experience addiction or show signs and symptoms of drug abuse.
Signs and symptoms of substance abuse:
- Neglecting responsibilities at work, school, or home due to drug use
- Using drugs under dangerous conditions or taking risks while high
- Causing problems in relationships
- Taking drugs to avoid or relieve withdrawal symptoms
- Abandoning enjoyed activities
- Losing control over drug use; wanting to stop using but feeling powerless to do so
If you or someone you know needs help with substance abuse, help is available. Please visit www.helplinema.org or see NIH Drug Facts Resources for more information.
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