In a state exactly where cannabis testing labs are currently really hard to come by, 1 lab just got their license suspended, bringing the total quantity of testing labs in Michigan from six down to 5.

According to the Detroit Totally free Press, final week, Michigan’s Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA) filed a formal complaint against Iron Labs, primarily based in Walled Lake, “for, amongst other points, obtaining marijuana that tested above the legal limit for a variety of contaminants but not reporting these test outcomes in the state’s tracking technique. The lab allegedly also didn’t report edibles that tested above the state’s potency limit for THC, the psychoactive substance in marijuana that produces a higher.”

The formal complaint filed by the regulatory physique mentioned that Iron Labs lacks “integrity, moral character and duty or implies to operate or keep a marijuana facility.” Whilst no reports of wellness problems linked with merchandise tested by Iron Labs have surfaced, the state is nevertheless urging sufferers to reconsider making use of merchandise tested by the lab in query.

In a statement final week, MRA Executive Director Andrew Brisbo mentioned he desires his agency to concentrate on defending patient and customer security. “It is crucial that our licensees comply with the guidelines and laws, particularly relating to the testing of healthcare marijuana item,” says Brisbo. “We are intensely focused on producing positive that the marijuana item in the regulated market meets established security requirements.”

Since the problems are nevertheless below investigation, the regulatory physique will not comment on how significantly cannabis is potentially contaminated and how significantly of the industry has been making use of Iron Labs as an analytical testing companion.