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Mesa County Public Health has been made aware of a recall involving Diamond Shruumz products, including infused chocolate bars, gummies, and cones. Diamond Shruumz-brand products can be purchased online and in person at retail locations nationwide including smoke/vape shops, and at retailers that sell hemp-derived products such as cannabidiol (CBD) or delta-8 tetrahydrocannabinol (delta-8 THC). These products have been distributed in Mesa County. These packaged foods are made with  adaptogens and are used for microdosing.  According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, these products contain Muscimol, a chemical found in certain mushrooms. There appears to be a link between the chemical and reports of illness among people who ate the products. At this time, there have been 39 reports of illness, including cases in Colorado.


Description of Recalled Products

  • Diamond Shruumz mushroom-infused chocolate cars, gummies, and cones.
  • Includes micro, mega, and extreme-dose.
  • All lots, best buy dates, and flavors are involved in this recall.
  • Visit the FDA’s website for a full list of products.


What Should Consumers Do

  • Consumers who have purchased Diamond Shruumz products are urged to stop using them and destroy them.
  • Contact Prophet Premium Blends at 209-314-0881 or email at for a refund. 
  • Consumers are strongly encouraged to inform Prophet Premium Blends that the product has been destroyed to ensure it is no longer accessible.


What Should Retailers Do

  • Retailers and wholesalers should discontinue use and stop distribution.
  • The FDA recommends quarantining the product immediately and contacting your sales representative.


Reported Symptoms 

  • The reported symptoms among people who became sick include:
    • Seizures
    • Agitation
    • Involuntary muscle contractions
    • Loss of consciousness
    • Confusion
    • Sleepiness
    • Nausea and vomiting
    • Abnormal heart rates


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Media Inquiries, contact:

Sarah Gray
Communications Specialist
Various pouches of Diamond Shruumz products under recall.