The city of Denver is recalling a batch of Avicenna Products extracts sold by The Health Center pot shops over the presence of banned pesticides.
State marijuana regulators on Tuesday announced the recall of nine varieties of retail pot grown by Bud Cellar in Denver over concerns they were cultivated with a pesticide not approved for use on cannabis.
Cannabis recalls: Pot regulators issued recalls of marijuana grown and sold by shops in Pagosa Springs and Fort Collins over concerns they used unapproved pesticides.
Colorado cannabis regulators on Friday issued their 15th and 16th marijuana recalls in six weeks — placing on hold recreational and medical cannabis grown by two Sticky Buds locations and one former Sticky Buds location now owned by Northern Lights Cannabis Co., over concerns the plants were grown with unapproved pesticides.
Colorado cannabis regulators last week issued their 14th marijuana recall in less than five weeks — placing on hold medical cannabis grown by FireHouse Organics, over concerns the plants were grown with unapproved pesticides.
In Colorado’s 13th pesticide-based recall of marijuana in less than a month, 23 batches of pot grown by La Conte’s Clone Bar are put on hold.
Colorado recalled marijuana grown by two prominent Boulder County cannabis companies — The Farm and Headquarters Cannabis Co. — over pesticide concerns.
Colorado regulators recalled 25 strains of medical marijuana produced and sold by Artisanal Medicinals in Denver over pesticide concerns .
For the fifth time in less than a week Colorado recalled pot over pesticide concerns, this time from pot shops High Street Growers and Back to the Garden.
Denver marijuana shop Generation Health has voluntarily recalled more than 2,600 vape pens and concentrates over the presence of potentially dangerous pesticides, according to the city of Denver’s Department of Environmental Health.
Denver marijuana business Caregivers for Life is voluntarily recalling 2,299 individual one-gram syringes of cannabis concentrates that contain potentially unsafe pesticides, according to Denver’s Department of Environmental Health.
Denver health officials are requiring marijuana companies that recall products tainted with unapproved pesticides to use websites and social media accounts to alert consumers.
More than 2,300 packages of marijuana concentrates are being voluntarily recalled from Colorado pot shops because they contain potentially dangerous pesticides banned for use on cannabis.
Colorado’s most recent pesticide recalls of pot edibles, the state’s biggest to date, involve nearly 30,000 packages of EdiPure and Gaia’s Garden products.
A second marijuana business in Denver in just over a week has voluntarily recalled its products because they contain a pesticide not allowed for use on cannabis.
Owners of two Denver marijuana growing facilities on Friday said they were voluntarily recalling their products after city health officials learned tests found unapproved pesticides.
State and Denver inspectors on Tuesday ordered a recall of marijuana extracts sold by Mahatma Concentrates that The Denver Post revealed contained high levels of unapproved pesticides.
A Boulder company that manufactures cannabis-infused edibles has voluntarily initiated a state-wide recall on one of its products because of “a lack of temperature control during the manufacturing and distribution processes,” according to Denver’s Department of Environmental Health. No illnesses have been attributed to the recall, the city confirmed.
Compton voters are trying to distance themselves from the city’s history of potent strains of cannabis, rather than trying to cash in on it.
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The most common reason for gynecomastia — enlarged breasts — among 18-to-35-year-old men is frequent use of pot, according to a cosmetic surgeon who specializes in treating the condition
Some fear corporate-level businesses will eventually doom mom-and-pop growers and sellers, much as Big Tobacco dominated its market.
Starting in January, when California’s vast legal marijuana market opens, all cannabis must be tested — and most chemicals will be banned.
Officials confirmed that Las Vegas marijuana testing laboratory G3 Labs was suspended but the Department of Agriculture determined no product recalls were necessary.