The Washington state hog farmer whose pigs are fed marijuana trim has been all the rage on the Internet over the last few days.
And with good reason: the barnyard animals who had leaves, stems and roots — the otherwise fit-for-nothing-but-compost leftovers after the selaeable buds are processed — mixed into their feed grew heavier and had meat that was redder and more savory, according to reports. The “grass-fed” pork is a hit with consumers, who bought out all available stock at Seattle's Pike Place Market, Reuters reported.
Must be the drugs, right?
Nope. Raw cannabis doesn't get you high. And for a good reason: it doesn't contain THC. But many claim that what raw weed trimmings do contain are healthy for man — so why not beast?