Health Canada has been flagging legal cannabis products containing incorrect amounts of THC content — up to five times more of the ingredient than advertised.
Since recreational legalization took effect in October 2018, the federal agency has ordered 15 recalls of products due to labelling errors in the actual levels of THC and CBD present.
In one instance, a package of pre-rolled cannabis cigarettes was determined to have five times the THC content posted.
Other instances had THC levels below that listed.
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