Generation Health recalls K-Puff, other vape oils for pesticide concerns


Denver marijuana shop Generation Health has voluntarily recalled more than 2,600 vape pens and concentrates over the presence of potentially dangerous pesticides, according to the city of Denver’s Department of Environmental Health.

The recall is the city’s 20th pesticide-based marijuana recall since Sept. 8, when it announced its first recall involving cannabis extracts manufactured by Mahatma Concentrates.

All 2,665 of the newly recalled vape pens and oils are labeled as Generation Health, according to the city. The contaminated plants were grown by Generation Health’s cultivation, which does business as Patient’s Plus, and the recalled products were manufactured by the shop’s infusions company CC Foods.

The city found residual levels of pesticide chemical myclobutanil, which is banned for use on cannabis in Colorado, in the products.

Some of the recalled products include K-Puff lines Pink, Indica, CBD and CBD Essentials as well as various sized vape pen cartridges labeled Indica, Sativa, Hybrid and CBD. A full list of the recalled items, with batch numbers, can be found at the Department of Environmental Health’s website.

Emails to Generation Health and CC Foods were not immediately returned on Thursday evening. The Cannabist has been maintaining a full list of the city’s previous marijuana recalls.

Consumers who purchased any of the recalled items should dispose of them or return them to the point of purchase.

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