Marijuana products recalled in Michigan after testing positive for chemicals, including arsenic

Iron Laboratories license suspended

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DETROIT – The Marijuana Regulatory Agency has recalled four medical marijuana products as part of an investigation into Iron Laboratories.

The following products have been recalled:

  • RSO 1G Syringe-Monster X, which failed testing in May for chemical residue of bifenazate
  • Glue-Buds, which failed testing in June for having cadmium
  • 1G Savage Signature OG Budder, concentrate, which failed testing in July for arsenic
  • 1G Platinum Vapes Diamond OG Cartridge, which failed testing in June for total chromium

Symptoms after use could include coughing, wheezing, decreased pulmonary function, nausea, vomiting, abnormal heart rhythm and damage to blood vessels, according to the MRA.

If you have the affected products you should destroy them or return them to the provisioning center where you purchased them.

"We take the testing of medical marijuana product very seriously," said MRA Executive Director Andrew Brisbo. "Our first focus is on making sure that the marijuana product in the regulated industry meets established safety standards."

The license of Iron Laboratories was summarily suspended Aug. 16. No adverse reactions have been reported.

Anyone who had an adverse reaction is asked to contact the MRA via email at or phone at 517-284-8597.

The recalled products were sold in the following cities:

  • Battle Creek
  • Bay City
  • Burton
  • Chesaning
  • Detroit
  • Ferndale
  • Flint
  • Inkster
  • Jackson
  • Kalamazoo
  • River Rouge
  • Rogers City
  • Vassar
  • Wayne Ypsilanti

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