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Sweet Treats Laced with Hash Oil Sickens High School Students

1-800-315-2391 Who Answers?  |  June 30th

Sweet Treats Laced with Hash Oil Sickens High School Students

Hash oil also sometimes referred to as honey oil and cannabis oil, is more potent than other forms of marijuana because it contains higher levels of THC. Homemade treats baked with hash oil resulted in the arrest of a Washing State father and his 16 year old daughter who attended Emerald Ridge High School according to numerous reports recently.

Allegedly, the teenage daughter baked up some brownies and lemon bars using hash oil her father Michael Miller gave her to use and brought them to school with her sharing the sweet treats with a few other students.

Unfortunately fellow students that had eaten the laced sweets ended up having to go to the schools nurse because they started feeling sick KOMOnews reports. Allegedly the teenage girl that made the sweet treats ended up confessing to school officials that she baked the desserts using the hash oil her father had given to her.

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