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Michigan Recalls Cannabis Edibles Over Potency Concerns

The Michigan Cannabis Regulatory Agency has recalled a number of cannabis edible products over potency concerns in Adrian and Gould City.

The Agency has stated that the cannabis edibles are being recalled because the producer could not provide evidence the product is homogeneous.

Additionally, the product  – called ‘Sweet Cheeks’ – allegedly exceeds the maximum dose of 10mg of THC per serving.

The agency has warned that any consumers who have bought one of these products to return them to the sales location it was purchased from for “proper disposal: and that anyone who has experienced adverse reactions after using these products should report their symptoms and product use to their healthcare providers.

The Agency stated: “Consumers are encouraged to also report any adverse reactions to marijuana product to the CRA by completing this Adverse Reaction Form and submitting it according to the instructions included or by phone at 517-284-8599.

“A licensee that becomes aware of any adverse reactions to a marijuana product must notify the CRA and enter the information into METRC within one business day.”

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