The Canadian government has recalled a strain of medical marijuana – not due to toxins or mold – but because the pot is too potent. Peace Naturals Project Inc of Ontario voluntarily recalled its strain Nyce N’ EZ after a Health Canada inspection and subsequent third-party testing revealed the THC level of the pot in question could be as high as 13.7 percent. The strain’s label lists THC at 9.07 percent.
Health Canada claims high THC levels may increase the risk of “adverse effects.” However, Nyce N’ EZ registered at just half the THC content of some of the strongest strains available. Not surprisingly, there have been no reported negative incidents of anyone consuming the pot.
Patients still in possession of Nyce N’ EZ have been advised to discontinue use and can either ship the weed back to Peace Naturals or destroy their stash at home.