July 22, 2024

There Are 48 People Sick in the Diamond Shruumz Outbreak

There are 48 people sick in the Diamond Shruumz outbreak according to the FDA, an increase of nine more patients since the last update on June 26, 2024. Twenty seven of those patients have been hospitalized. And one patient has died, although the government is investigating to see if this death is related to the consumption of the recalled products. The case count by state is: Alabama (1), Arizona (6), California (1), Colorado (1), Florida (1), Georgia (3), Indiana (5), Iowa (3), Kentucky (3), Maryland (1), Minnesota (1), Missouri (1), Montana (1), Nevada (1), New Jersey (2), New York (1), North Carolina (3), North Dakota (1), Ohio (2), Oklahoma (1), Pennsylvania (2), South Carolina (4), South Dakota (1), and Tennessee (2). Forty-six of the 48 people have reported seeking medical … [Read more...]

Diamond Shruumz Contain Muscimol From Amanita Mushrooms

Diamond Shruumz contain muscimol, a chemical found in Amanita mushrooms. Those products, which include chocolate bars, cones, and gummies, have now been recalled. Thirty-nine people are sick after eating these products, and 23 of those patients have been hospitalized. The recalling firm is Prophet Premium Blends of Santa Anna, California. Symptoms suffered by the patients include seizures, agitation, involuntary muscle contractions, loss of consciousness, confusion, sleepiness, nausea and vomiting, abnormal heart rates, high blood pressure, and low blood pressure. According to the National Institutes of Health, muscimol is classified as an acute toxic compound. It is a strong central nervous system depressant, and can cause neurotoxic effects and convulsions. The recall notice … [Read more...]

Diamond Shruumz Chocolate Illnesses Increase to 39

The Diamond Shruumz Chocolate illnesses have increased to 39 sick, with 23 of those patients hospitalized. The patients live in these states: Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Tennessee. The FDA, America's Poison Centers, and state and local partners, in collaboration with the CDC, are investigating these illnesses. The FDA has been in contact with the company, which has so far refused to initiate a recall. The illnesses are associated with eating Diamond Shruumz brand Chocolate Bars, Cones, and Gummies. The products are Microdosing Chocolate Bars, Infused Cones, and Micro Dose and Macro Dose Gummies. Patients have … [Read more...]

Diamond Shruumz Chocolate Outbreak Sickens 26, Hospitalizes 16

The Diamond Shruumz chocolate outbreak has now sickened at least 26 people and has hospitalized 16, according to the FDA. That agency, as well as the Centers for Disease Control, America's Poison Centers, and state and local governments, are investigating these illnesses that are associated with eating Diamond Shruumz chocolate bars, cones, and gummies. The case count by state is: Alabama (1), Arizona (6), California (1), Indiana (3), Kentucky (2), Maryland (1), Minnesota (1), Missouri (1), Montana (1), Nevada (1), New Jersey (1), New York (1), North Carolina (1), Pennsylvania (1), South Carolina (3), and Tennessee (1). Twenty-five of those patients have sought medical care. This outbreak is growing rapidly; when it was announced 11 days ago, eight people in four states were … [Read more...]

Diamond Shruumz Bars Recall Expands To More Products

The Diamond Shruumz Bars advisory is expanding to include more products. These items are associated with illnesses; the FDA does not know what is causing the illnesses at this time. All flavors of these products are included in this recall. The FDA, CDC, America's Poison Centers, and state and local partners are investigating a series of illnesses associated with eating these products. As of June 10, 2024, consumption of more Diamond-Shruumz brand products have been reported by people who became ill, including Chocolate Bars, Cones, and Gummies. These products were sold nationwide at the retail level. Four more people haves reported illnesses since the last update was issued. On June 7, 2024, the case count was eight. Now it is twelve. Those twelve people live in Alabama (1), … [Read more...]

Illnesses Linked to Diamond Shruumz Microdosing Chocolate Bars

Illnesses are linked to Diamond Shruumz Microdosing Chocolate Bars, according to the FDA. These products are available online and were also sold at smoke and vape shops and at retailers that sell hemp-derived products such as cannabidiol (CBD) or delta-8 tetrahydrocannabinol (delta-8 THC). The full list of retailers is unknown at this time. The FDA recommends that no one should consume these bars. All flavors of Diamond Shruumz Microdosing Chocolate Bars should be avoided. Symptoms that patients are experiencing include seizures; central nervous system depression, including loss of consciousness, sleepiness, and confusion; agitation; abnormal heart rates; hypertension and hypotension; nausea; and vomiting. As of June 7, 2024, eight people are sick. The case count by state is: … [Read more...]

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