Dear Mr. Quinn, Ms. Quinn, and Mr. Quinn Jr: We’re writing to express our grave concern over your recent decision to discontinue the sale of cannabis-infused oils at your CBD store. Please consider this letter and the concerns it presents to your company as we work to keep our community safe. As you know, the legal marijuana industry is a highly regulated industry. This means that there is no room for mistakes and that all marijuana products are consistently tested for potency and contaminants before being sold to consumers. While you are required to test and verify the potency of every product sold at your store, it is extremely difficult for staff to do this on every batch of cannabis-infused oil. It is important to note that not all of the marijuana products at your CBD store contain the same amount of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), and this variation in potency is what has caused your decision to discontinue sales of your CBD store’s CBD oil. This decision will likely negatively impact the state and local economies, as well as your employees.Check out https://mjcbdd.com
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Quinn: We believe that CBD oil is an essential part of treating children who suffer from seizure disorders and other medical conditions related to marijuana abuse. Unfortunately, you are not following all of the rules that have been established by the California state law in terms of marijuana testing and labeling. According to the state’s regulations, marijuana products that contain more than 1.5% THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) must be labeled as containing “no more than 0.5% THC.” The current law also mandates that when a seller markets a product with this disclaimer, they must provide information to consumers about the potency of that product.
We believe the decision to discontinue sales of CBD is not only inconsistent with state laws but also with the mission and culture of the CBD store. As a leader in the cannabis industry and a store that specializes in helping families who suffer from seizures, epilepsy, and other medical conditions related to marijuana abuse, our CBD store has made it clear that we want to help patients get high. We want to make sure that each patient gets the highest quality product that he or she can find. and that they are protected from any potential danger posed by using products that do not provide high enough concentrations of the therapeutic plant ingredients.