Oregon regulators have recalled more than 22,000 cannabis concentrate products over concerns they may contain pesticides. The concentrates were produced by licensed Oregon cannabis companies under the trade names Bobsled and Quantum Alchemy, the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission (OLCC) said in a news release Friday. the recall applies to 9,300 products still on the market and 13,600 products that were sold to customers. The recalled products range from cannabis extracts in cans (such as resins and distillates) to e-cigarette cartridges and oils. olcc has notified cannabis retailers of the recall and provided them with instructions that the products must be destroyed directly or returned to a licensed supplier for destruction.