Would your weed pass the test?
Mother Jones: Which Dangerous Toxins Are in Your Pot?
Grown under the radar of state and federal agricultural authorities, even “medical” cannabis can be covered in toxic mold, raised in rooms filled with shedding pit bulls, or coated in commercial-grade synthetic fertilizers and insecticides such as phosphate and Diazinon, which can be especially toxic if improperly applied. “Under our program a huge advantage is the patient can be assured that their cannabis is being grown in a legally compliant manner,” says [Chris] Van Hook. Well, at least “legally compliant” enough for any eco-conscious stoner.
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