Even unused cannabis vape pens may contain metal particles, according to a new study led by researchers at the National Research Council of Canada.
The recall affects 9,300 product units that are still on the market and 13,600 units that were sold to consumers.
In a new report published on November 30, local cannabis advocacy groups claim that many of these products are dangerous.
State regulators in Colorado have issued another health and safety notice after “potentially unsafe levels” of total yeast and mold were found in a batch of cannabis flower.
Cannabis companies in Oregon now face the possibility that their product samples may be sent to a second lab of the regulator’s choosing, so the product’s contents can be verified.
Analytical Cannabis caught up with Paulson to learn more about his lab's recent study of hemp-derived THC products.
In a class action lawsuit filed on October 28, seen by Analytical Cannabis, a plaintiff alleges that pre-rolls sold by the companies Greenfield Organix and LPF JV Corporation contain less THC than advertised.