Washington Sees Spike In Edible Marijuana Use In Children

WASHINGTON: A recently released report said Washington state has seen a spike in 2015 in children under 5-years-old exposed to edible marijuana.

Marijuana edibles usually come in forms that could be attractive to kids – brownies, muffins, cookies, candy.

Spokane Regional Health District said they got a report from the Washington Poison Center saying that around 30 percent of edible marijuana intoxication cases were children 5-years-old or younger.