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Rolling Papers May Not Be as Safe as We Think

Rolling Papers May Not Be as Safe as We Think

Lori Ann Reese | 09/04/2020

Do you buy bleached or flavored rolling papers? If you do, you may want to check out the findings of this new research study. California based SC Laboratories Inc. just completed testing on 118 rolling paper brands and products and found at least one heavy metal in 90% of the papers.

The heavy metal concentrations found in the study were above the allowable health limits in 8% of the rolling papers tested. The most common heavy metal detected in the papers was lead. And pesticides were detected in 16% of the products. Five percent of the rolling papers had pesticide residue limits above the allowable safe limit.

California SC Laboratories reported that 11% of the 118 rolling papers analyzed “would fail above the action limits for inhalable products” by consumer safety standards in the state.

Rolling Papers May Not Be as Safe as We Think






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