Sybarite: Man, what is in this shiat, man?Mostly Maui Waui man, but it's got some toddler in it.
bdub77: How can you even tell if your toddler is high? My toddler sounds high like 50% of the time."The cat is playing with the dog and they're playing and I did art today and then run on the bicycle and where's Teddy?""See the squirrel? It's in the tree eating nuts Daddy, it's there and there's a bird and it's so happy.""Why is my head green? My head is green. ABCDEFG..."
EvilEgg: I think if I could tell if mine became lethargic. The more tired they are the more hyper they are, it boggles the mind.
scottydoesntknow: In 2012, the center saw 10 cases where young children showed signs of marijuana exposure. In the first six months of this year, it's already seen 10 cases.Holy shiat, that means it's on track to nearly double that amount this year!I mean, it's not like roughly 60,000 children are admitted every year for prescription pill overdoses. That's not a big deal at all when we're talking upwards of TWENTY overdoses on a drug that can NOT kill.
nmemkha: Kids finds your stash - sleepy kidKids finds a few Tylenol on the floor - dead kid
uncleacid: Is this real life?
nmemkha: Kids finds your stash - sleepy kid
Kids finds a few Tylenol on the floor - dead kid
As a daily toker I admit its quite possible that large doses of Mary Jane could have long term negative consequences to a young, developing brain./why does Fark hate ipads?
jaytkay: 20 overdoses at one hospital.But go ahead, drug your baby into a coma if that's how you get your rocks off.
skullkrusher: any fool with a dick can be a daddy
factoryconnection: If they are scared about medical marijuana ODs, wait until they hear about the new, designer drug Tylenol and all the ODs it causes! People just give this stuff to their kids... and it comes in grape flavor!
LeroyBourne: I've never heard the term 'medibles' before. A guy I know who indulges in the herb just calls it a brownie packed with lazies.
bdub77: skullkrusher: any fool with a dick can be a daddyyou're living proof.
wambu: A testament to excellent ER care?
blatz514: wambu: A testament to excellent ER care?I've been to a couple shows....ER would have been helpful for a few people.[blog.mlive.com image 453x289]
js34603: Really? How hard is it to keep your stash away from your toddler? Bad parenting and poor form, stoner parents./mine is locked up in the medicine cabinet, with the other stuff I don't want my kids eating//before I had kids I did lose a bag to my dog once though...
HotWingConspiracy: It's not an overdose, it's just a dose. There is no overdosing with that drug.
wumpus: A common unintentional overdose in young children involves multi-vitamins containing iron. Iron is a component of the hemoglobin molecule in blood, used to transport oxygen to living cells. When taken in small amounts, iron allows the body to replenish hemoglobin, but in large amounts it causes severe pH imbalances in the body. If this overdose is not treated with chelation therapy, it can lead to death or permanent coma.Multi-vitamins more dangerous than marijuana.
boarch: Any medical oriented farkers want to explain why they would do a lumbar puncture for a marijuana overdose? A drug screen? Don't they already know he's high on the MJ?It seems the only damage caused is by the invasive medical "professionals."
hardinparamedic: HotWingConspiracy: It's not an overdose, it's just a dose. There is no overdosing with that drug.What.The problem is that altered mental status on a child is going to get a painful, expensive, and potentially harmful workup done on a child, including quite possibly a spinal tap, to ensure the child doesn't have a metabolic derangement or infectious process going on that is causing it, and will result in it's death.
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