Cannabis Samples Didn’t pass tests in Nevada

On September 16, The Nevada Department of Taxation announced that four cannabis products sold between May 28 and July 10 failed the secondary microbial test. As a result, the agency issued an advisory to consumers and patients not to consume those products.
Cannabis Samples Didn't pass tests in Nevada
The advisory stated that the samples contained a higher quantity of total yeast and mold than the permissible level of less than 10,000 CFU (colony-forming units) per gram. The affected products were cultivated by D.H. Aldebaran and Las Vegas Natural Caregivers companies.


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