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CDC Confirms EVALI

CDC Confirms EVALI Caused by THC

The CDC Finally Confirms That EVALI is Caused by Illegal THC Not Legal Vapes

"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:

  1. The vitamin E acetate oil was detected in the actual lung tissue of the case patients.
  2. The vitamin E acetate oil was detected in every single one of the lung tissue samples from these 29 case patients.
  3. The samples came from 10 different states, confirming that the outbreak seems to have a common cause, rather than geographic variation.
  4. Three of the patients whose lung samples revealed vitamin E acetate had reported using only nicotine-containing products, thus confirming that there is significant under-reporting which may explain why about 11% of the patients do not report vaping THC.”

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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