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Canada Is Recalling Mouldy Weed That Was Sold In Ontario & New Brunswick

A new cannabis recall from Health Canada is warning Canadians that a recent batch of weed could have mould in it. 

The product in question is a 28-gram bag of Eve & Co. Indica Blend, which was distributed in Ontario and New Brunswick. 

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In total, 994 units of the product were sold between January 30 and April 7 of this year by Ontario Cannabis Store and Cannabis NB. 

Health Canada warns that if you bought this weed in that time frame you shouldn't use it and should return it to the retailer you got it from as exposure to mould could cause allergy symptoms or "temporary adverse health consequences."

So far, Natural MedCo Ltd., the company that produced the product, has received two complaints related to this recall but there haven't been any reports of adverse reactions. 

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