Oklahoma health board approves marijuana edibles rules
December 13, 2018
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin will soon consider food safety rules on marijuana edibles, which advocates say should help bring clarity to the cannabis-infused food market.
The Oklahoma Board of Health voted Tuesday to send the rules to Fallin for approval, The Oklahoman reported .
The rules follow similar guidelines for foods that don't have THC, but do include additional labeling and testing requirements, said Buffy Heater, the project manager for the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority. THC is the compound in marijuana that causes a high.
Processers will be required to...