Regulators became concerned after a customer in Idaho, who purchased the product in Oregon, complained after they had experienced a strange reaction.
The OLCC report said the recall came into effect “after consumers reported using a hemp tincture sold by Cura that was making them ‘high’ even though it was labeled and packaged as not containing any detectable THC, the main psychoactive ingredient found in cannabis.”
A cannabis regulator has issued a product recall after customers reported getting high after taking cannabidiol (CBD), which they did not realize had psychoactive tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) instead.
In a statement obtained by The Oregonian, Curaleaf said: “After our preliminary investigation, we believe this mistake occurred due to unintentional human error.”
Since its founding in 1992, Myxed Up has expanded from a humble corner store specializing in FIMO clay beads to a vaping empire with four locations throughout Colorado. Each location is a smokers’ paradise, stocking everything from hand-blown glass pipes, to electronic cigarettes and vaporizers, to hookahs. They offer over 100 e-juice flavors, with most available to sample and blend at the e-liquid Vapor Bar. In addition to smoking accessories, they also carry a vast variety of novelty apparel, gifts, candles, incense and personal detox.