Canada legalized recreational cannabis on October 17th of 2018. On the very first days of sale, some dispensaries in Canada actually ran out of product. They didn’t just get product the next day either. Some were out of product for almost a week. The product that does become available is highly sought-after between all of the recreational dispensaries in the area. They have people watching the website to grab whatever comes in the moment it comes in. Recreational cannabis in Canada should be a good thing. Since the start of recreational cannabis legalization, Canada has seen moldy cannabis and cannabis contaminated with levels of microbes that were unacceptable.
The Recall Details
Health Canada just announced that it was recalling two strains of cannabis sold in Saskatchewan. Three stores had sold an estimated 52 units of 3.5 g of Warlock Kush and Cherry Lime. These strains are being recalled because they do not meet the chemical contaminant limits and or microbial limits that were established by Canadian authorities upon legalization. If you purchased any Warlock Kush or Cherry Lime from the Pot Shack in Saskatoon, Spirit Leaf in Moose Jaw or Cannabis Co in Regina chances is you have cannabis that is recalled.
If You Have Recalled Herb – Here’s What You Need to Know
The herb in question was produced by Bonify LTD out of Manitoba. If you purchased cannabis that is on this recall, you can contact Bonify LTD by calling them at one 844-586-3556 or by contacting the retailer where you purchased your cannabis. For many consumers in Canada, it’s hard to say whether legalization is actually a good thing or a bad thing. Many people say that the cannabis was better before recreational legalization took place. they long for the days of the craft cannabis produced by the small mom-and-pop growers who understood the craft of rowing premium cannabis. Instead, the retail market has been replaced by large-scale grows that claim to understand the plant and here we are reporting of instances such as this.