Some unapproved pesticides have made their way onto marijuana plants at Colorado dispensaries, and that's a buzzkill. 

The Denver Channel has reported that a health and safety advisory has been issued by the state 'due to pesticide residue,' which may be unsafe, and honestly just sounds gross. This recall affects medicinal marijuana, not recreational.

In a press release, the issued advisory is for medicinal products cultivated by Crossroads Wellness LLC, or Boulder Botanics, for use of unapproved pesticides. You can see the full advisory here to find out if you use a recalled product. According to Westword, this is the second pesticide recall in one week for a Colorado dispensary.