CBD might be good for you, but beware the toxic metal mix

08 August 2021 - 00:00 By bobby jordan

Almost half of cannabis inhalation products tested in a South African laboratory study contained potentially dangerous levels of heavy metals.

Oral products, such as cannabidiol (CBD) drops, showed a relatively low contamination rate of 15%, made up of heavy metals including arsenic, lead and nickel, according to the study by a team from the National Analytical Forensic Services laboratory...

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