Pot Brownies have been around for decades.

But the brainchild of the hippies of the 60s have made way to a marijuana menu that would have Martha Stewart blushing.

And parents should pay attention.

With our growing medicinal marijuana culture comes an array of new products designed to help patients consume cannabis.

And many parents can miss detecting the signs of marijuana use, by simply smelling for smoke, or looking for signs of paraphernalia like rolling papers, a pipe, or bong.

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The Seattle Times has an article about the safety of edibles, and while the article focuses on the sanitary conditions in which these products are made.

And while the food-safety inspection concerns are an issue for people that consume these products, the article is also a good way for parents to discover just how food products cannabis can be infused into.

There are Lollipops, Black Forest Ham and Swiss Breads, caramels, fudge, cookies, taco mix, greenfish (think goldfish crackers), weeditz (think cheez itz,) animal crackers, and rice krispy treats.

And when it comes to drinks, there are teas, lemonades, and sodas.

What are helping legitimate patients easy their pain ans suffering without smoking, are also intoxicating snacks for sneaky students.

It’s just another thing to look for as a parent. There’s not always smoke, where there is fire. And your teenaged son or daughter could be ablaze with a marijuana high from an unassuming fiery burrito.

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