Pot recalled from Detroit dispensary for failing lab test

- The Michigan government is recalling marijuana products sold at two dispensaries in Michigan, one in Detroit and the other in Kalamazoo. 

The Dept. of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) says the drugs failed various laboratory tests. 

The pot included was sold at The Green Mile Detroit on Eight Mile between Dec. 18, 2018 and Jan. 3, 2019. It includes: 

Gelato
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Failed for total yeast and mold

Superman OG
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Failed for chemical residue

Mimosa
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Failed for bile-tolerant gram-negative bacteria and total coliforms

Girl Scout Cookies
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Failed for total yeast and mold

If you have these products, return them to The Green Mile Detroit for proper disposal. The Green Mile Detroit must also notify patients or caregivers that purchased these medical marijuana products of the recall.

The products in Kalamazoo were sold at Compassionate Care by Design on N. Sage Street. All products there failed for chemical residue.

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