Mother and son create product to combat THC overconsumption

Mother and son develop ‘soft-landing’ to help combat THC overingestion

A mother with a background in business and alternative wellness has paired up with her son who attended Cornell University to develop a cannabis product focused on helping those who may have eaten too much THC. The idea for soft landing was developed to help individuals accidentally eat too much THC because they are unaware of that edibles don’t take effect until one to two hours after ingestion. After conducting research the pair discovered a molecule with the ability to reverse the effect of THC on the brain. According to CBS Boston the product has undergone testing where a large number of those in the study felt that the product was effective. The product is in the final stages of development and a formal announcement of where to find the product is expected at a later date.

Find the full story from CBS Boston on their website here: https://www.cbsnews.com/boston/news/soft-landing-marijuana-chocolate-mother-son-eli-stoloff-alice-stone/