A Canadian cannabis company is recalling two batches of medical marijuana that the government claims are too potent.
Peace Naturals Project Inc. had labeled the marijuana as containing 9.07% THC. But when inspected by a third party, it was determined that it contained THC levels as high as 13.7%, Health Canada said on its website.
Though no complaints were received, the increased level of THC could present a health risk, the agency said.
Medical marijuana is legal at the federal level in Canada, unlike in the United States.