We understand that some of our patients have concerns about the safety of Triple M's products and want to assure you that all products purchased from Triple M are safe.
The natural pesticides that Triple M used have been approved in all 50 States for growing produce as well as for use on cannabis in WA, OR, NV, CO, IL and OH. Triple M only used the pesticides during the early stages of cultivation, and never on the flower buds.
Fruit and vegetables purchased at supermarkets have significantly more parts per billion of pesticide residue than the same natural pesticides used by Triple M.
Vegetables are safe for consumption with 3,000 ppb residue of Pyretherin, the natural pesticide that Triple M used. Triple M’s soil tested positive for Pyretherin at 58 ppb. That means that Triple M’s soil tested at 2% of what could be found on a zucchini that would be safe to eat.
Another example is that apples are safe for consumption with 8,000 ppb residue of piperonyl butoxide (PBOs), the other natural pesticide that Triple M used. Triple M’s soil tested positive for PBOs at 276 ppb. That means that Triple M’s soil tested at 3% of what could be found on an apple that would be safe to eat.
From inception, Triple M has always placed patient safety first. Triple M has operated in a manner that it believes maintains strict compliance with all State and Federal guidelines and will work with the DAR and DPH to ensure that we continue to do so.
The links below provide detailed information regarding the products that were used, which we hope will answer any questions our patients may have.