US (OH): Product recall in Ohio

The Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program (MMCP) is issuing a patient communication to alert patients about a mandatory product recall. This recall is being initiated by the MMCP due to product development using a non-compliant process.

The product that is being recalled is the Pineapple Express Rosin, processed by One Orjin. Also Blue Boi Z7 and Afghani #1 products are being recalled. The ID's can be found on Ohio MMCP.

The product is being recalled because it was developed using a non-compliant process. In addition, local media report that the plant material in the product contained unspecified types of microbials.

"Microbials can be used in products, but only if they are processed in one of two ways -- the hydrocarbon or carbon dioxide extraction methods," the MMCP said to Cleveland.com

 No reports of adverse reactions for this product have been reported to the MMCP at this time. Still, the MMCP urges patients who have purchased the recalled product to stop using it. All unused product should be returned to the dispensary where purchased. Returned products will not count toward a patient’s 90-day possession limit.

Anyone who thinks that they may be experiencing serious or life-threatening issues should seek immediate medical attention. Patients are reminded that any adverse reactions should be reported to the MMCP toll-free helpline (1-833-464-6627).

Source: Ohio MMCP


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