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Mich. Releases Standardized Form for Adverse Consumer Reactions

The state uses the information to determine whether a complaint should be investigated.

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Michigan's Cannabis Regulatory Agency today provided a new standard form for license holders to use to report adverse reactions.

Licensees are required to report adverse reactions, like shortness of breath or bad taste, to the CRA and in the statewide Metrc monitoring system.

The CRA uses the information collected to determine whether a complaint should be investigated as potentially linked to a marijuana product.

Metrc provided a step-by-step support bulletin with instructions for how to enter the information.

For medical centers, the same bulletin instructions can be used with one modification. In the receipt number spot, the patient number will be recorded instead.

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