How high is too high? A weed company in Bloomfield is issuing a voluntary recall on its edible products because they contain too much THC.

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The edibles - branded as 'The Weed Bar' - are manufactured by Bloomfield Development Group Groe LLC. The product is being recalled after a review from the state's cannabis regulatory agency or CRA.

Two Factors Lead to Product Recall

The manufacturer's product packaging fails to list marijuana as an ingredient. Even though the product is marketed as 'The Weed Bar,' the omission still raises a red flag with the CRA. Michigan requires that edible products' packaging must clearly state that they are marijuana products.

Secondly, the product is said to contain 200 mg of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) per serving. THC is the active ingredient in cannabis products.

According to the Michigan Cannabis Regulatory Agency, the maximum dose per serving for edibles in Michigan is 10 mg of THC per serving. An entire product can contain as much as 200 mg of THC but that product would have to indicate that it contained 20 servings or doses.

Recalled Products Should be Returned

According to the Cannabis Regulatory Agency, anyone who has purchased the edibles should return them to the location where they were purchased.

According to Detroit's WJBK-TV, consumers are encouraged to also report any adverse reactions to marijuana products to the CRA via email at or by phone at (517) 284-8599.


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