Analytical Cannabis takes a look at the challenges of current microbe testing methods and their solutions.
The flower was harvested before March 1, the date when heavy metals testing became compulsory for cannabis product in Oregon.
Not all states require cannabis to be tested for the same contaminants and qualities – an inconsistency that could be putting the health of consumers at risk, according to a new report from the ASA.
The regulator says it has placed a hold on each of the contaminated products and will work with the licensees to ensure the identified products are destroyed.
Many illicit cultivators hide their operations within California’s vast woodlands, far away from prying eyes. Yet evidence of these forest farms has been spotted more and more, with the help of newer, more portable mass spectrometers like the MX908.
The batches were harvested between October 2022 and January 2023 by three separate cultivators.
Cannabis consumers in Nevada have been advised by the state’s cannabis regulator to avoid or “take caution” when consuming the “Dancing Monkey” product.
As of June 14, no illnesses have been linked to the products.
The cannabis regulator in Colorado has identified ‘many examples’ of adulterated test batches, according to a recent notice.