Canadian Study: Illicit edibles have significantly less THC than advertised, high levels of pesticides

Canadian Study: Illicit edibles have significantly less THC than advertised, high levels of pesticides
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Strat Cann reports The Ontario Cannabis Store has released a study looking at testing results of legal and illegal cannabis edibles. The results, says the government agency, demonstrate that the illegal cannabis products had significantly less THC than advertised and contained high levels of pesticides not authorized for use on cannabis. The study was conducted by the National Research Council Canada (NRC) on behalf of the Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS) and Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) and is similar to testing results released by the OPP last year on dried cannabis and vape pens. The newest study took samples from 44 edible cannabis products—22 legal products purchased from the OCS, and 22 illegal products seized by the OPP Provincial Joint Force Cannabis Enforcement Team (PJFCET) during cannabis enforcement investigations. Daffyd Roderick, senior director of communications and social responsibility at the OCS, says they hope to provide more testing results like this in the future, potentially by the end of this year or early next year. Read more Ontario study shows illicit edibles have significantly less THC than advertised, high levels of pesticides

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