Last week, news that a fifth person had died from vaping-related pulmonary symptoms stirred panic among cannabis cartridge consumers. While not every case of this mysterious disease is linked to concentrated cannabinoid cartridges (or even products sold in legal state cannabis markets), the question of what, precisely, is causing vaping technology to harm individuals has captured the American consumer’s attention.
While health officials are targeting all vape products and technologies (including “e-cigarettes” that contain nicotine), the cannabis industry has its own vaping-related concerns. A 2017 study found issues with terpene concentration in cannabis extracts and nicotine cartridges.
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