A popular Epiphany bread sold by a local bakery that left over 40 people sick has resulted in an investigation that has revealed synthetic marijuana among the ingredients.

Synthetics, sometimes referred to as “spice” mimics the psyoactive properties of cannabis have been found to be more dangerous than the real deal. Under California Law, it is illegal to sell or distribute synthetic cannabinoids under Health and Safety Code 11375.5(a).

Two separate investigations are pending based on the additional involvement of the Orange County Health Care Agency.

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