An Ohio medical marijuana firm has issued a voluntary recall of one in every of its merchandise over contamination considerations.
Commonplace Wellness has voluntarily recalled its “Commonplace Drops” after some purchasers claimed the product — tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)-infused water-soluble drops — had been contaminated, The Cincinnati Enquirer reviews.
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The corporate on Saturday instructed at the very least 15 medical marijuana dispensaries within the state to cease promoting the product after officers had been knowledgeable some purchasers had been posting photos of the drops to Fb, claiming they observed “particles” in it.
In whole, the newspaper reviews the recall impacts roughly 3,288 bottles of the drops, which comprise 110 milligrams of THC, a compound in marijuana that causes customers to really feel excessive. The drops work when combined in water or one other drink.
The Ohio Division of Commerce was additionally notified and subsequently put a maintain on the sale of the drops, per The Cincinnati Enquirer.
“Affected person security is of the utmost significance and the Medical Marijuana Management Program is taking this matter severely to make sure no affected person is adversely affected,” commerce spokeswoman Kelly Whitaker instructed the information outlet. No diseases have been reported presently.
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The recall initially solely affected drops manufactured earlier than July Three however has since been expanded to all Commonplace Drops, in line with a Monday assertion from the Ohio Medical Marijuana Management Program. Those that bought one of many doubtlessly affected gadgets can return the product for a refund.
A Commonplace Wellness consultant didn’t instantly return Fox Information’ request for added remark Tuesday.