The Michigan state Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA) issued a recall for several products tested by a facility that was shut down two weeks ago. The products include: syringes of the marijuana concentrate Rick Simpson Oil (RSO) Monster X; Glue Buds, a strain of marijuana flower; Savage Signature OG Budder marijuana concentrate, and the Diamond OG Platinum Vape cartridge.

The recall was issued due to the presence of bifenazate chemical residue in the RSO, heavy metal cadmium in the Glue Buds, heavy metal arsenic in the Savage Signature, and heavy metal chromium found in the Platinum. These products were tested at a Wall Lake marijuana testing facility that was closed down by the state.

No adverse reactions to these products have been reported yet. The MRA has nonetheless warned that numerous medical issues could arise from the use of these products, including coughing, wheezing, decreased pulmonary function, nausea, vomiting, abnormal heart rhythm, and damage to blood vessels. Anyone who has purchased these products is urged to destroy them or return them to the place they were purchased.

The MRA stated that the products were available at dispensaries in Battle Creek, Bay City, Burton, Chesaning, Detroit, Ferndale, Flint, Inkster, Jackson, Kalamazoo, River Rouge, Rogers City, Vassar, Wayne and Ypsilanti.

"We take the testing of medical marijuana product very seriously,” MRA Executive Director Andrew Brisbo said. “Our first focus is on making sure that the marijuana product in the regulated industry meets established safety standards.”

A woman holds a handful of marijuana flower buds, in Vancouver, Canada. DON MACKINNON/AFP/Getty Images