First, I am an attorney and member of the International Cannabis Bar Association. My daughter purchased some items from a delivery service called Top Shelf in LA. She received two packs of edibles labeled as Gushers. The product did not contain the required labeling including information panel, nutritional panel, and deficient primary panel, just for starters. The delivery also does not accept telephone calls or will speak on the phone when called. They demand only texting.
The license of the delivery is a real estate agent located in Sacramento and she does not return calls either. The contents of the Gushers were five (5) gummies, not individually wrapped. The label indicates that the contents equal 500 mg of THC, meaning that each gummy contains 100 mg of THC, which is obviously a very high dose.
After my daughter consumed one, there was no affect. She then consumed two more and gave one to her roommate. Neither of them had any psychoactive affect, including my daughter after having consumed three. She is a novice user and should have had strong affects after one. She attempted to contact the delivery service and was told that she could only switch out the unopened product, despite being told that the product was non compliant with CA state regs regarding labeling. This delivery service has now been reported to the CA Bureau of Cannabis Control. They are not operating lawfully and I strongly suggest that consumers do not patronize this business, for safety and good faith business dealings.
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