We are getting closer and closer to accurate testing for cannabis impairment

“Preliminary clinical reports suggest anywhere above 1 to 15 nanograms of THC per milliliter of blood is considered a level of impairment.”

It’s not a done deal, but a simple, quick and accurate saliva test for THC could help identify cannabis intoxication during roadside stops.

Developed by researchers from the University of Texas, THC sensor strips and an electronic reader could help kick some persistent misperceptions to the curb, including that driving after smoking cannabis is safer than driving drunk.

As legalization increases around the globe, more and more regions are in need of proper testing options for drivers potentially impaired by cannabis.

Read More Here: www.thegrowthop.com/cannabis-news/is-testing-cannabis-impairment-right-around-the-corner
By Angela Stelmakowich The GrowthOP

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