In Random Mold Tests at 25 Denver Dispensaries, 80 Percent Fail

In late 2019, the City of Denver and the Denver Department of Health and Environment conducted random tests of more than two dozen local dispensaries to learn more about potential yeast and mold issues with marijuana. Of the reports filed between September 9 and September 11, 2019, twenty listed at least one or more hold and quarantine orders for cannabis flower, shake or pre-rolled joints, an 80 percent failure rate.

Read the complete article here. Information on current and past Marijuana Annual Report, Data and Statistics from the city of Denver, visit https://www.denvergov.org/Government/Agencies-Departments-Offices/Marijuana-Information/Marijuana-Annual-Report-Data-and-Statistics.

For more information and for relevant resources, visit the IASIC Library here. The IASIC medical library contains peer-reviewed medical literature about marijuana/ cannabis that is translated into terminology that allows for informed decision-making by the general public.

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