An actual health hazard warning was released after a marijuana product couldn’t get Canadians high enough.
The HEXO product was sold through Quebec cannabis distributor (SQDC) and was mislabeled. This led to Health Canada releasing the warning.
Some customers received ‘Helios’ cannabis containing 12.2% THC while others received ‘Bayou Flower’ containing 6.36%. Meaning some people were likely getting twice as high as others depending on what they were sent.
As many as 16,818 units of the recalled product were sold though fortunately only 245 units were mislabelled.
The official statement read, “To date, HEXO has received one complaint related to the recalled lot and Health Canada has not received any complaints related to the recalled lot.”
Neither Health Canada nor HEXO have received any adverse reaction reports for the recalled cannabis product.