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        Hi Dolls and Guys,

        Brownies laced with a little weed? No, but there is laced brownies that are becoming hot on the market.

        Lazy cakes aka Relaxation Brownies are sprouting up all over the country. They are found mostly in gas stations and convenient stores.



        If you want to kick back and relax this adults only brownie claims to be just what your looking for. They are made with Velarin Root and Rose Hips which targets the melatonin in your body and will make you relax and fall asleep. It is not reccomended to drive or operate machinery with these little Lazy cakes.

        How do you feel about these being on the market........a good thing or a bad thing?

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        The fact they are sprouting mostly at gas station - convenient marts is the only downside i see to that whole thing
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        ha.  I got one of these for Valentines day from Jake.  They were like $3.95 each!  Not worth it. I didn't get anything at all out of them but extra calories.  No nice sleepiness...nothing.  Way too expensive for a brownie.
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        Bad thing.  Concerned citizens everywhere need to call the news outlets and inform people where these "sweet narcotics" are being sold and immediately have them outlawed.  What if little kids get a hold of these things?!  Moreover if there are enough of these being sold in a county/state the government needs to step in.
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        Joseph Kennedy wrote:

        Bad thing.  Concerned citizens everywhere need to call the news outlets and inform people where these "sweet narcotics" are being sold and immediately have them outlawed.  What if little kids get a hold of these things?!  Moreover if there are enough of these being sold in a county/state the government needs to step in.


        My exact thoughts!
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        Then also , perhaps maybe alcohol or anything else intoxicating should also , i mean at least from roadway fill 'er up's, i don't believe the brownies are an issue themselves... as it is indicated it is an adult food item. Perhaps more zoning regulations would allow all to be content, things of such sold at more appropriate "stores" for example. In that example the safety of everyone is much higher , i mean kids aren't in sex shops ya know.
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        I don't think they are filled with narcotics but are instead herbs you could buy at a health food or drugstore, or, gas station. 

        By: Katie Delaune - kdelaune@fox41.com

        LOUISVILLE, Ky (WDRB Fox 41) -- For years, energy drinks have fueled us with jolts of caffeine. Now it looks like things are slowing down with the introduction of Lazy Cakes.

        "They're very square, rectangular. They look juicy, nice, and warm," says Kevin Arnold, an visitor from New York. The makers of these 2 oz. brownies in a bag claim the sugary snack will help you relax and unwind from a stressful day. With its psychedelic packaging and its groovy slogan of "Peace, love , and Lazy Cakes," some folks we talked to on 4th Street were wondering:

        "Is it a weed brownie?" questions Meghan Hubbs, after seeing Lazy Cakes for the first time.

        A spokeswoman for Lazy Cakes says there's no marijuana in them. On the website, the makers say their brownies are a dietary supplement meant to help adults wind down from a stressful day.

        We bought our cakes at the B-Mart in west Louisville, where the distributor says their selling like hot cakes. The ingredients read like any basic brownie -- sugar, chocolate, and flour. But then there's also rose hip extracts, passion flower, and four milligrams of melatonin. The body naturally produces melatonin and it's often sold in stores as a sleep aid.

        "It helps the body reset its circadian rhythm or the body's knowledge of when it's night and when it's day," says Henry Spiller, director with Kentucky Regional Poison Control Center.

        A two-year-old in Memphis reportedly went to the hospital after eating a brownie. Doctors there claim too much melatonin could kill a child. The makers have a warning on the brownie -- for adults only. But (Spiller) says the warnings don't worry him.

        "I wouldn't be concerned if a child got into the brownie that Mom was saving because that's what she was using. It's reasonably benign," says Spiller.

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        A two-year-old in Memphis reportedly went to the hospital after eating a brownie. Doctors there claim too much melatonin could kill a child.

        Big red flag right there!
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        I wonder what Spiller's credentials are.  Seems a director of poison control should be a doctor, or at least have enough knowledge of chemical substances to know whether to be concerned.  Personally, I think the brownies are a big rip-off gimmick and just another way to make a buck like the packets of pills these stores have at the counter for all kinds of various thrills.  And there could be parents out there who are dumb enough and sick enough to buy these just so they can get their kids to relax and go to sleep.  I'd be happy to see them off the market!
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        I think because they are herbs there tends to be the notion that its safe. That is not always the case. Some of these herbs are powerful. Too much can be harmful. Particularly to a person who has certain health issues.

        Herbs can do more harm then good to someone for example that suffers from liver disease. And they are not even educated or aware enough to know which herbs are safe or not because doctors wont recognize herbs.

        I personally don't think they should be on the market for those reasons.
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        There's a new craze sweeping the land. Kids in New England might be getting hooked on melatonin brownies. Melatonin is a hormone, produced by the human body. It is also called the sleep hormone, as it is secreted by the brain and makes individuals feel drowsy. Kids are only intended to get small doses, and the packaging and marketing of melatonin-laced desserts toward kids is what individuals are concerned with. I found this here: New England towns looking to ban melatonin brownies.
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        I have tried several brands of herbal supplemental(melatonin) hoping to ease insomnia but strangely it never worked for me.
        According to the drug study, Melatonin has been used to help insomnia, combat jet lag, protect cells from free-radical damage, boost the immune system, prevent cancer, and extend life...but I have never heard of it's being used as laced desserts/treats(melatonin brownies) That's just awful.
        geeez...Just how many more things out there we have to be aware of....ahhhhh!
        They shouldn't just ban the treats but the manufacturer who makes them.
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        Hey Tim, just for a little debate, how many times, especially in the summer months, does one notice while filling up at a gas station, an individual or 2, going into the store, and getting a 12 pack of Bud for the ride home?
        With the brownies, are we throwing more fuel on the fire, or if it's an adult thing, the kids can't buy it, legally anyway?
        Myself, when I was younger, If my pick-up was parked at a slite angle, (with the passenger side door, being the low side) and someone opened that door, they'd have a 1/2 case of empty beer cans falling out at their feet.
        Not to say that is right, but the brownie thing to me seems like someone is just trying to make a nickel. I believe the whole picture here will blow over quickly.
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        Maybe I'm the only one here who remembers, but brownies, laced with Canibis, we're called Alice B.Tolklas brownies. Chilley, you remember?
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        uhm, err.,,,God Bless You Alice B. Toklas!  That was a very funny movie as well.  I personally never got off on eating my weed, mostly just went to sleep, but for some people it's a real high experience.  But anyway, Peter Sellers gets a hip new young hippie girlfriend and the antics just don't stop when the whole family starts grooving on the brownies.  Mom tries to go to the store where son said he bought them, because they were so good, but it just wasn't the same!  Hilarious.  I gotta find that online and watch it again, now!
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        shanetroe wrote:

        There's a new craze sweeping the land. Kids in New England might be getting hooked on melatonin brownies. Melatonin is a hormone, produced by the human body. It is also called the sleep hormone, as it is secreted by the brain and makes individuals feel drowsy. Kids are only intended to get small doses, and the packaging and marketing of melatonin-laced desserts toward kids is what individuals are concerned with. I found this here: New England towns looking to ban melatonin brownies.


        Thanks shane for the article. I figured it would be a matter of time before it would get the boot. Just doesn't seem like it should be legal, especially around young children.

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