Third party lab testing conducted on the Area 52 Delta-8-THC brand revealed that it contained three chemicals that are linked to causing cancer. The two chemicals, Triclosan and Atrazine, were discovered in the samples sold by the company, but the Food and Drug Administration did not ban the product until after it had been banned by the European Commission. So, while the brand offers consumers an all-natural product that is completely pesticide-free, it was banned in the European Union for containing two carcinogenic chemicals. In response to this, the company has offered refunds for anyone who purchased these products, as well as a free trial offer. In the meantime, consumers are urged to refrain from using any of the product until further studies have been completed.