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In states where recreational marijuana is legal, a new wedding trend is happening -- marijuana bars.
The Doctors explain that some couples are opting for a marijuana bar instead of serving alcohol. NBA champion and wellness advocate John Salley believes this bar could cut down on wedding fights and could ease wedding day jitters.
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork wonders if serving marijuana to guests might cause the reception to become a sleepy event.
"They shouldn't smoke indica. That's when you should have a hybrid or you should have sativa, which gives you a brain high and makes you think, but doesn't give you the body high," John, who cultivates and smokes marijuana, says.
Dr. Travis warns against taking too high of a dose and recommends being responsible if you partake.
Would you have a marijuana bar at your wedding?