Oregon Cannabis Commission Issues Hemp Product Recall

The Oregon agency responsible for regulating the state’s cannabis industry has issued a hemp recall.

The Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission today announced a mandatory recall for a hemp product that can get users high because it contains undisclosed amounts of delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).

The recall encompasses a specific batch of a hemp cannabidiol (CBD) tincture manufactured by Cura CS, LLC and sold under the Select brand.

According to a press release, the tincture, Select CBD Drops Broad Spectrum Unflavored 1000mg CBD, was available through OLCC licensed retailers.

OLCC says it has notified cannabis retailers of the recall and put a hold on the product in its cannabis tracking system to prevent further sales.

The recall applies to a batch manufactured on May 14, 2021.

According to OLCC estimates, approximately 500 units have been sold since June 19, and about 200 units remain in licensed retailers’ stock.

OLCC says the remaining units require quarantine.

OLCC invites users with health concerns about the recalled product to contact their medical provider or the Oregon Poison Center at 1-800-222-1222.

Consumers may also contact OLCC with other product-related complaints via email at marijuana@oregon.gov.