NBC News authorized one of the country’s driving cannabis testing offices to test an inspecting of THC cartridges — 18 in all — got from legitimate dispensaries and unlicensed sellers.
The discoveries were profoundly disturbing.
Of the three bought from lawful dispensaries in California, the CannaSafe testing organization found no substantial metals, pesticides or leftover solvents like vitamin E.
In any case, 13 out of the other 15 examples from underground market THC cartridges were found to contain vitamin E.
CannaSafe additionally tried 10 of the unregulated cartridges for pesticides. Each of the 10 tried positive.
The items all contained myclobutanil, a fungicide that can change into hydrogen cyanide when consumed.