Recently, JUUL released a short statement claiming its products do not contain any THC, cannabis-derived compounds or Vitamin-E acetate. Below is the statement:
“JUUL Labs, which exists to help adult smokers switch off of combustible cigarettes, has been monitoring the situation closely. To be clear, the ingredients of our products do not include THC, any compound derived from cannabis, or vitamin E compounds like those found in cannabis-related products. We appreciate the work of the CDC, FDA, and other public health authorities, and are confident that they will get to the bottom of this issue.“
As of now, in the united states, hundreds of lung diseases related to vaping unidentified substances are recorded, including 7 deaths. But, Legal E-Cigs Should Not Be Blamed For Recent Lung Disease In The U.S. Analysis of victims’ marijuana vapes found the vitamin-E acetate. This is a vitamin E-derived oil that is frequently marketed as a health supplement or used to treat minor skin diseases. When swallowed or applied to the skin, it is safe, but when vaporized and inhaled, it seems to be dangerous. The latest study examined 53 cases, typically within the previous week, by patients in Illinois and Wisconsin who had vaped within 90 days of their symptoms. Most of these patients, 84%, admitted vaping illegal marijuana.
Following the biased propaganda from mainstream media, Michigan, New York, and other states banned flavored e-cigs, President Donald Trump said Wednesday that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration would issue “some very strong recommendations” on the use of flavored e-cigarettes in the coming weeks, although he clarified that “not all vaping is bad” a few days later, intensified pressure from all direction has caused tremendous confusion and chaos to the vaping industry.