Subject: ILLEGAL ‘WEED FOODS’ HIT CITY WITH A BANG
Date: Sunday, May 5, 2013, 7:48 AM
ILLEGAL ‘WEED FOODS’ HIT CITY WITH A BANG
Last updated on 4 May 2013 09:59 By SOLOMON KOKO
main meal to be served.
After taking two more cookies she became so excitable that her boyfriend thought she had either taken alcohol or her juice was spiked. That was when the host
revealed the secret. What Esther and other guests were nibbling at were not ordinary cookies but ‘weed cookies’ baked with bhang (also known as cannabis or marijuana among other monikers) as an ingredient.
chocolates or sweets. Not having the distinctive smell of the drug makes it even more difficult to tell the difference between the ordinary baked foods or confectioneries and the illegal products Using bhang as a baking ingredient is a trend that was identified in the city a few years ago, but the authorities are now more concerned by the increased consumption of the illegal
suppliers with a campaign against the practice.
“The youth should be warned.
Nacada chairman Frank Njenga.
how to deal with the ‘weed foods’ is in direct contrast with their widespread consumption. What is more, the suppliers of the ‘drugs foods’ only deal with trusted repeat
customers and do not openly sell the products.