"In what has certainly left many public health experts rolling their eyes, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has just announced a "Major Breakthrough", one that the former have been insisting on for the last few months: the infamous outbreak of EVALI, is almost certainly not linked with vaping legal nicotine products."
“They tested lung tissue samples from 29 case patients and all 29 (100%) were found to contain vitamin E acetate oil. This finding does represent a major breakthrough for four reasons:
Vitamin E Acetate is used to dilute THC Oils used in small clearomizers and cartridges such as what is show in the banner image.
Vitamin E Acetate is not a ingredient used in Nicotine E-Liquids, in fact, Vitamins among other additives such as; Amino Acid, Caffeine, Colouring Agents, Essential Fatty Acids, Glucuronolactone, Probiotics, Taurine, Mineral Nutrients, are all banned ingredients in E-Liquids produced and sold in Canada.
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