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  • THC-infused wine could help normalise getting high
  • THC-infused wine could help normalise getting high
    Scott Warman (2018) ©
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THC-infused wine could help normalise getting high

America's Rebel Coast Winery is developing a sauvignon blanc that contains THC, the psychoactive chemical component of cannabis. Though people are increasingly embracing cannabis culture, lacing wine – a socially acceptable tipple – with the chemical could go a step further to normalizing its use.

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