Minnesota Warning About Concentrates
Minnesota authorities are warning state residents of a recent rise in seizures due to an extremely potent marijuana concentrate. "Wax," also known as marijuana concentrates, has a stronger of THC, making it much more potent than flowers.
Plymouth Police Chief Mike Goldstein said at news conference for the Northwest Metro Violent Crime Enforcement Team, "We are extremely concerned about the rise in marijuana wax. We also need to understand how incredibly dangerous this byproduct is." In the beginning of 2016 alone, the team has seized more than 12 pounds of marijuana concentrates with a street value of more than $300,000. With those statistics being stayed, there has still be no release on the amount of seizures caused by smoking marijuana concentrates.