No single brand is likely responsible for the outbreak of vaping lung disease, Vitamin E oil also a primary suspect, says CDC

No single brand is likely responsible for the outbreak of vaping lung disease, Vitamin E oil also a primary suspect, says CDC

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dank Vapes was the most popular and commonly used THC product used by patients who developed a life-threatening vaping illness, however, it is unlikely that a single brand could have caused the national outbreak. THC or tetrahydro cannabidiol is the psychoactive substance found in marijuana plants that is responsible for causing hallucinations when people smoke weed or have a joint. It is known to produce euphoria like feeling that often changes the chemical activity in your brain. Excessive use of highly potent THC could lead to permanent mental disorders and addiction to marijuana.  The U.S. Federal government had legalized industrial hemp production last year in December under the Farm Bill Act that removed hemp from the list of controlled substances. Along with this, the maximum legal concentration permitted for THC was 0.3% per dry weight, any level above this is considered illegal. Companies hopped on the CBD bandwagon without a blink after the Farm bill. CBD products ranging from oils, creams, topicals, ointments, isolate, to gummies, vape pens, and dietary supplements were launching at a skyrocketing speed. As the legal cannabis market grew multifold, so did the illicit and unregulated cannabis…

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