Vapes sold under ‘Naked Extracts’ and ‘Native’ labels have been recalled by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC), the agency that regulates the state’s legal cannabis market. The products allegedly contain ingredients that were imported from California and were added to the vapes after they had already been tested for potency, pesticides, and solvents. What’s in your cannabis vape? Vape pens and cannabis extracts: WTF am I inhaling? Cannabis concentrates: WTF are these new products? The OLCC alleges that an investigation and interviews with the licensee revealed that terpenes had been sourced from True Blue, a California-based company. Under Oregon law and OLCC rules, all cannabis ingredients for products sold within the state must be sources from OLCC-licensed businesses. In a release, the OLCC said it notified Naked Extracts LLC of the investigation on May 6 and gave the company the opportunity to issue a voluntary recall while the investigation was completed. Naked Extracts declined to do so. “Therefore, in order to prevent additional delay and further potential harm to public health, the OLCC is issuing the mandatory recall under its authority to recall products that contain marijuana-derived ingredients from outside the licensed system,” the release states. Customers who purchased the affected products, which were manufactured from October 2019 to April 2021, should dispose of them or return them to the retailer where they were purchased, the OLCC states. There have been no reports of illnesses associated with the products.
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