Warning as CBD oil is recalled due to high levels of psychoactive cannabis THC

Consumers have been advised to bin or hand back a batch of a popular CBD oil as it could cause a psychoactive ‘high’.

The Food Safety Authority Of Ireland (FSAI) has issued an immediate recall notice for a batch of ‘Hempature CBD Oil’ – a widely available and popular brand.

CBD oils would typically have the tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) that can cause a ‘high’ removed – but in some cases, levels are beyond that allowed under the law.

The Product Recall is for: Hempture CBD Oil 10% 1000mg – pack size: 10ml

The Batch: Code: 121

The best before date : 9/2022

The FSAI says: “The above batch of Hempture CBD Oil 10% 1000mg is being recalled due to the presence of unsafe levels of delta‐9‐tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).”

“Consumers are advised not to consume the implicated batch.”

The Hemp Oil is packaged in Ireland and a recall notice has gone out to stockists – who should also display recall notices at point-of-sale.

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