The Colorado Department of Revenue (DOR) and Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) issued a health and safety advisory May 3 over flower potentially contaminated with mold.

The affected products, produced and sold by Canna Meds Wellness Center LLC, contained total yeast and mold levels above the acceptable limits established by the state.

The affected harvest batches were not properly submitted for testing before hitting dispensary shelves, according to the state’s advisory.

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Medical cannabis products derived from the affected batches were sold to patients at Canna Meds Wellness Center retail locations at 506 North Chelton Road and 2218 North Academy Place in Colorado Springs between May 2, 2021, and April 6, 2022.

The products’ label does not specify a harvest batch, according to the advisory, so Colorado officials consider any cannabis flower sold at the Canna Meds Wellness Center dispensary locations to be contaminated.

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State officials advise patients who bought the affected products to destroy them or return the items to the dispensary where they were purchased for proper disposal.

Anyone experiencing adverse health effects from consuming the products should seek medical attention and report it to the dispensary where the products were purchased as well as to the Colorado Marijuana Enforcement Division (MED) by submitting a MED Reporting Form.