Top Facts About Vapes

  • The first known reported THC Vape-related illness was reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on April 28th, 2019.
  • Since then, 2,290 severe lung related illnesses have been reported along with 47 deaths as a result of vaping.
  • CDC tested 29 lung samples from patients with EVALI (e-cigarette or vaping product use-associated lung injury).
  • Vitamin E acetate was found in all of the samples tested.
  • THC was found in 82% of samples tested.
  • Nicotine was found in only 55% of samples tested.
  • Several other materials were tested, but no other toxins were found.

  • CannaSafe recently tested 18 THC vaping products.
  • No heavy metals, pesticides or residual solvents like Vitamin E were found in the three purchased from legal dispensaries in California.
  • 13 out of 15 black market THC vaping products contained Vitamin E.
  • 10 black market THC vaping products were tested for pesticides, and all 10 tested positive.
  • Testing labs are beginning to include Vitamin E as part of their testing process along with pesticides and heavy metals in a response to the issue.
  • The brands most common in the recent vaping injuries: Dank Vapes, TKO, Smart Cart, Rove

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Facts About Vapes is powered by iKON, a soon to be released lab-tested THC vape product line. Facts About Vapes is a free informational campaign that we felt was crucial during our launch in California.

 

We believe it’s important that adult vaping consumers have all the facts in order to make informed purchasing decisions when purchasing Cannabis and vaping products.

Top Facts About Vapes

  • The first known reported THC Vape-related illness was reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on April 28th, 2019.

  • Since then, 2,051 severe lung related illnesses have been reported along with 39 deaths as a result of vaping.

  • CDC tested 29 lung samples from patients with EVALI (e-cigarette or vaping product use-associated lung injury).

  • Vitamin E acetate was found in all of the samples tested.

  • THC was found in 82% of samples tested.

  • Nicotine was found in only 55% of samples tested.

  • Several other materials were tested, but no other toxins were found.

  • CannaSafe recently tested 18 THC vaping products.

  • No heavy metals, pesticides or residual solvents like Vitamin E were found in the three purchased from legal dispensaries in California.

  • 13 out of 15 black market THC vaping products contained Vitamin E.

  • 10 black market THC vaping products were tested for pesticides, and all 10 tested positive.

  • Testing labs are beginning to include Vitamin E as part of their testing process along with pesticides and heavy metals in a response to the issue.

  • On Nov. 7th Leafly reported again on the story of HoneyCutt a cutting agent that was widely used by black market oil cartridge makers to cut the amount of THC oil in illegal street cartridges and it contained mainly Vitamin E.

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