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Certain marijuana products recalled due to high levels of insecticide

Certain marijuana products recalled due to high levels of insecticide

January 17, 2020 | Newsroom Staff

State regulators are issuing a health advisory over a potentially hazardous marijuana product.

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission issued an “immediate health and safety advisory” due to potentially unsafe pesticide residue used in a particular packaged marijuana product. That product was cultivated by “Ard Ri” and packed for sale by “DYME Distribution.” The flower was made into pre-rolled joints marketed under “Winberry Farms Sweet Leaf Blend” as the strain “Trap Star.”

The affected products could contain an unsafe level of the insecticide “Imidacloprid.”

According to the OLCC, the product was sold under ID number 1A4010300022859000015892.

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