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Vape injury and death pathology reports indicate fungicide, “…not the oil,” as stated in national news reports. Heated fungicide converts to hydrogen cyanide. Why is mold in marijuana? Jessica Chandler, co-Founder of Trinity Global Enterprises, LLC explains, “Pathogenic mold Pythium and Fusarium in coconut substrates, a popular grow medium, has been identified in 40% of samples analyzed by an independent laboratory.”

The Company researched mold in marijuana for months and issued a research report on September 20th titled “Plant STDs: Agriculture Substrate Transmitted Diseases (Heavy Metals, Mold, Pathogens & Insect Larvae)”. The report is available at and details how mold forms in marijuana and also why certificates of analysis (COAs) are vital to agriculture growers and consumers of cannabis products.

Denise Mahaffey, co-Founder of Trinity Global Enterprises, LLC states, “To know this truth and not share it would be a tragedy. We encourage cannabis consumers to view the PSA video and fully comprehend why a COA may be the difference between life and death with potentially contaminated cannabis products.”

For the plant contamination report a 25+ year organic agriculture industry authority, Dino “The Happy Plant Guy” Changanaqui of Happy Plant Company, was consulted. He states, “If a grower experiences contamination such as heavy metals, mold or insect larvae, analyze the inputs. To ensure purity of all agriculture, only choose organic input brands that are backed with a COA.” Agriculture inputs are soil, substrates, nutrients, fungicide, pesticide and herbicide.

Chandler concludes, “Please share the PSA on social media. Self-education will solve this global health crisis.”

Pathogenic mold and heavy metal analysis of popular coconut substrate brands and the PSA are available at