In Vermont, it is legal for adults to possess and consume recreational marijuana. Now, the state has rolled out what could be seen as the latest piece in its broader cannabis infrastructure.
The Vermont Health Department recently launched a new online resource called “Let’s Talk Cannabis.” According to the Health Department, the series of webpages are designed to give Vermonters access to a broad range of information about cannabis and cannabis consumption.
Vermont’s New Cannabis Information Portal
Per the new website: “By providing science-based information, the Health Department is working to increase awareness about cannabis and how it affects our bodies, minds and health.”
Within the portal, the Vermont Health Department offers information on a number of specific topics. There are sections devoted to the following:
Cannabis and Youth – Information on cannabis consumption and people younger than 21 years old. Parents and Mentors – Information for adults working or involved with young people. Cannabis, Pregnancy and Breastfeeding – Information for people who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or otherwise caring for a baby. Cannabis Information for Health Care Providers – Information for healthcare practitioners involved with or trying to learn more about medical marijuana. Responsible Use of Cannabis for Adults –