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Michigan Cannabis Regulator Issues Health Warning About “Illicit” Products

By Leo Bear-McGuinness

Published: Feb 22, 2023   
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Cannabis consumers in Michigan have been warned not to consume a flower product produced by TAS Asset Holdings LLC.

In an announcement on February 21, the state’s Cannabis Regulatory Agency (CRA) said the products were “combined with illicit marijuana”. This illicit cannabis was reportedly in the form of THCA isolate.

The affected products are marketed under the brand “Fwaygo Extracts” and the product name “Space Rocks”.

According to the CRS’s announcement, the Fwaygo products were “manufactured between November 10, 2022, and November 17, 2022, when the CRA requested the illicit marijuana product (THC-a isolate) be quarantined as part of the ongoing investigation.”

Fwaygo products highlighted by the CRA. Image credit: CRA.

The CRA says any consumers who have experienced adverse reactions to the Fwaygo products should report their symptoms to their healthcare providers and the CRA (CRA-Enforcement@michigan.gov).


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