“In two decades of smoking weed, I’ve never seen anything that looks like that.”

By Christopher Ingraham and Tauhid Chappell March 13 at 2:07 PM

The problems with the Mississippi weed go well beyond aesthetics.

For instance, the pot grown there maxes out, potency-wise, at about 13 percent THC (the main chemical that gets you high). And that might be an overstatement — Sisley’s own testing found that one of NIDA’s strains purported to be 13 percent THC was actually closer to 8 percent.

Source: Analysis | Government marijuana looks nothing like the real stuff. See for yourself.