NV Regulators Urge Caution Over Cannabis Products Exposed to Unapproved Pesticides
Nevada cannabis regulators listed over 100 dispensaries that have been selling marijuana products that were treated with an "unapproved pesticide."
The Nevada Cannabis Compliance Board said the pesticide Ethephon was detected in more than 117 infused edible products, 41 infused pre-roll products and 221 solvent-based concentrates sold statewide, reported KTNV Las Vegas.
The cannabis products in question were harvested by Clark Natural Medicinal Solutions, LLC., a local cultivation facility, between July 23, 2021 and Jan. 5, 2023.
According to the National Library of Medicine, the pesticide can impact liver functioning, potentially causing dizziness, weakness, skin ulcers, and other heart and liver-related diseases.
Washingtonians To Buy More Low-THC Beverages In Single Purchase
Washington lawmakers seek to relax restrictions on low-THC liquid-infused products, reported Edmonds Beacon.
HB 1249, introduced by Rep. …