ˈpestəˌsīd | Noun

Any substance used to inhibit the growth and destroy harmful microorganisms that threaten the health of cultivated plants or animals. Most regulated cannabis markets set limits and require testing for residual pesticides on all products before they are allowed to be sold.


Cannabis that has tested positive for pesticides can be harsh on your throat and make you sick.

The level of pesticides in concentrates may not exceed the limit that is set by the Department of Health.