Cannabis plants may absorb carcinogenic heavy metals such as lead, mercury and cadmium from soils, experts have warned

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Cannabis plants may absorb carcinogenic heavy metals such as lead, mercury and cadmium from soils, experts have warned

Cannabis plants may absorb carcinogenic heavy metals such as lead, mercury and cadmium from soils, experts have warned. 

Researchers in have conducted a ‘meta-analysis’ of previous studies to examine the ability of cannabis plants to absorb heavy metals. 

They report that some cannabis strains have been bred specifically simple life cbd oil for sale ‘phytoremediation’ — growing plants to remove pollutants from soils. 

But this risks heavy metals seeping into cannabis crops that are later harvested and smoked by humans, potentially causing cancer and neurological issues. 

Heavy metal contaminants could be dangerous for people who ingest them, the researchers say, including cancer patients who use medical marijuana. 

A new meta-analysis examines the ability of cannabis plants to absorb heavy metals and discusses the resulting health impacts on consumers (stock image)

A new meta-analysis examines the ability of cannabis plants to absorb heavy metals and discusses the resulting health impacts on consumers (stock image)

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