Nearly 100 medical cannabis products — including flower, concentrates, cartridges, and pre-rolled joints — have been recalled in Oklahoma, drawing attention to inconsistent regulations across state cannabis markets.
State regulators found unacceptable levels of mold, pesticides, and bacteria like E. coli and salmonella when double-checking tests done at a state-licensed laboratory.
Medical cannabis has been legal in Oklahoma since 2018. Like most other states with legal markets for cannabis, Oklahoma requires that all weed products grown or processed in-state get tested for fungus, bacteria, and pesticides at a licensed lab.
Originally posted on August 5th, 2022 on Insider.com