A marijuana company is being sued by two customers who just can’t get high enough.
· Oct 27, 2022 · NottheBee.com

Now that marijuana has been legalized in many states, it was inevitable that someone somewhere would sue a cannabis company. Americans are famous for litigiousness, and legalized weed has spawned a multi-billion dollar industry; there are bound to be issues.

I always figured it would be safety or health issues that caused the lawsuit.

I was wrong.

Two customers are suing a marijuana company because they can't get high enough on their product.

I mean technically the lawsuit is over false-advertising regarding the amount of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the chemical that gets users high, that is on the label of the product. But in layman's terms, they wanted to touch the sky, but got grounded, man.

Dreamfields markets its Jeeter products as having high concentrations of THC, so they can charge more for their quality doobies.

However, the potheads were not getting high enough, so they had the products independently tested, and the results showed that the THC levels were nearly 40% lower than advertised.

So they lawyered up and filed a lawsuit. The lawyers are seeking class action status for all the other Californians looking to make a quick buck, which I'm sure will be a lot.

In my professionally unprofessional analysis, it seems to me that if Dreamfields products worked as intended, these two guys would be at the corner store buying Cheetos, not at a lab testing the THC content of their joints.

Clearly something is amiss.

In conclusion, this is all stupid. These people should have stayed in school and not done drugs.

Where's Nancy Reagan when you need her?

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