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California Weed Vapes Found to Contain Carcinogens, Pesticides, Fungicides, Insecticides

An article in the Los Angeles Times listed the poisons found in various commercially available weed brands.

An LA Times article published 6/14/24, said that major marijuana brands were found to have poisons and carcinogens. Commercial weed contained Chlorfenapyr, an insecticide which causes difficulty breathing, nausea, vomiting, memory loss, and Trifloxystrobin, a fungicide that causes similar effects.

"Here are major brands listed in article to have higher levels of pesticides. @purplelotusca in @CityofSanJose sells Stiiizy. Many dispensaries thought products were safe, but private testers proved unreliable. State doesn't regulate marijuana enough. All companies should warn consumers immediately." one weed distributor told us.

"A lot of California weed vapes were found out to have pesticides in them," one marijuana afficanado told us. "West coast cure (super popular) and backpack boyz contain brain eating pesticides," she added.

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