Why the Vape Ban Is Happening, and How It Will Impact Delta-8 THC

What was on page 5,136 of last year’s Covid Relief Bill? You know, the legislation meant to govern relief efforts for the global and domestic damage caused by the recent response to the Coronavirus pandemic? A shipping ban for any kind of vape product, both cannabis and non-cannabis. Weird place to put it, huh, kind of like it was being hidden. So, why is this vape ban happening? And how will such a law effect products like delta-8 THC?

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Under the cover of night legislation

Before getting into why the vape ban is happening, let’s take a look at the circumstances of how it happened. When we think of legislative measures, there is often a misconception that any legislative measure is directly related to the subject matter at hand, with nothing superfluous, or unrelated attached to it. So, for, say, a legislative relief measure to deal with the economic fallout from a pandemic, the expectation would be that it would contain solely legislative measures related to fixing the economic fallout related to the pandemic.

The Omnibus Appropriations and Coronavirus Relief Package bill was passed by congress late last year, and as the word ‘omnibus’ implies, it is a bill that encompasses legislative measures for several different topics, some completely unrelated to the pandemic. It’s a tricky move because the name of the bill implies something very specific, with everything not on topic creating an amalgamation of laws that have nothing to do with each other. These add-ons that are unrelated to an original bill, are often called ‘riders.’ It’s an under cover of night measure of passing legislation. It makes it confusing for the public to know it’s happening at all, and is done for that reason.

Other methods of under cover of night law passing include passing legislation on holidays, passing legislation in the very early morning or middle of the night, withholding draft bills from public view, and passing legislation when more controversial news stories are dominating the press in order to keep attention off a legislative measure. Since omnibus bills by nature can have many unrelated component parts, they are often used to hide unpopular legislation, or to pass measures that might otherwise require ongoing debate.

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The thing that this current situation implies more than anything else, is secrecy. The government didn’t create a bill to cover this subject by itself, or do much to let the public know about it. It stuck the legislation in a place where no one would see it until it passed. So the first thing we can consider in our question of why this vape ban is happening, is that it wasn’t desirable for the government to have the public know this was coming.

A little history on smoking and vaping

The history of vaping actually goes back to 1930 when Joseph Robinson was granted the first patent for an electronic cigarette, though it’s unclear if a prototype was ever made. For the most part, the fad of vaping became a big thing in the mid-2000’s. The 1990’s were actually a strong time for the filing of patents related to vaping equipment, but it wasn’t until 2003 that Chinese pharmacist Hon Lik created the first commercially viable vaping product.

His company Golden Dragon Holdings manufactured the product, changing the name to ‘Ruyan’. The market really exploded in 2006 when electronic cigarettes made their way to both Europe and the US.

When it comes to the idea of the dangers of smoking, and how long information has been out there, consider that as early as 1602, an author made a connection between chimney sweepers and lung cancer, and that tobacco might have a similar effect. In 1795, Sammuel Thomas von Soemmering of Germany reported on a growing awareness of a possible connection between pipe smokers and lip cancer. Three years later, in 1798, US physician Benjamin Rush began writing about the harmfulness of tobacco smoking.

In the 1920’s official medical reports started being added to the growing pot of information. Since cigarette companies were big advertisers in press publications, many publications refused to publish information on this growing understanding, so as not to offend companies that were giving them lots of business. Between the 1950’s and 1960’s, major studies were published, essentially ending actual debate over cigarettes not being dangerous. Even so, as late as the year 1960, only 1/3 of doctors in the US believed that cigarettes were causing this damage. The government did literally nothing for decades.

And while lung cancer seems pretty standard in this day and age, prior to the boom in cigarettes in the last couple centuries, lung cancer was such a rare occurrence that doctors took special notice. According to this study: The history of the discovery of the cigarette-lung cancer link: evidentiary traditions, corporate denial, global toll, from 2013, approximately one lung cancer death is caused per 3-4 million smoked cigarettes, with 1.5-2 million deaths occurring per year.

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Almost regardless of whatever is in vape cartridges, it will not be as bad as smoking, and we know that already just by looking at injury numbers. Some will definitely argue that why the vape ban is happening is related to health issues, but I think it’s been made perfectly clear through history and medical research, that lighting the cigarettes on fire is really the biggest culprit.

The current vape ban

What is this ban which was passed quietly, almost unbeknownst to most Americans? It’s a ban on the shipping of vape products, not on the actual use, production, or sale of them. And it doesn’t actually specify anything about cannabis, because cannabis vape products fall under the general term of ‘tobacco products’, according to the Federal Law for Control of Tobacco Products from 2008.

The ban is for tobacco vaping products being shipped through UPS, FEDEX, or USPS. This does not mean companies cannot sell products, or ship them through the mail, but it does mean that companies selling tobacco or cannabis vape products after March 28th, will have to use a different delivery system.

Since cannabis products fall under tobacco products, this means anything cannabis-related, like CBD, would also be a part of this. In a way, it’s a ban that isn’t technically a ban, as there is no ban on any company or individual. This means the US government is not trying to legally stop people from using these products, or companies from making them, but it does seem to be trying to determine how the public can get products, and what products will be available to them.

Dangers and regulation

CBD has become pretty available worldwide, with a growing acceptance of it, even if the rest of the cannabis plant is taking longer. And regardless of the few stories that do come up about issues related to vaping deaths, the numbers are nearly irrelevant. According to the CDC, since the inception of vaping, there have been all of 2,807 hospitalizations and 68 deaths by this time last year. This number (which is for the entire time vaping has been active) just doesn’t compare to the harm of actually smoking.

It’s as dumb as saying cannabis might be as dangerous as alcohol, even though one produces a negligible number of deaths, and one is a leading cause of death. Even with an unregulated system, and tons of horrible possible additives, the danger is still so unrealistically small compared to lighting up, that the whole thing is not only silly, but dangerous, as it makes a safer option harder to get to, and the dangerous option way more available.

That’s the thing about this topic, the vape scene is nearly entirely unregulated, and a lack of regulation means one general fact: the government loses out on tax money, and larger corporate enterprises lose out on revenue to smaller independent companies. The government might want to say that it cares about your health, but it also failed to fully regulate the tobacco industry until 2009, it’s not telling you not to use the products, all reports point to issues with additives and not the compounds themselves, and the government is fully in favor of letting companies sell these products.

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But it does stymie businesses. CBD vape retailers will have just as much of a hard time as e-juice companies in getting their products to people, and many of these products are already approved. And then there are gray-area issues like delta-8 THC. The US government has had a difficult time dealing with delta-8 as it has created a legal loophole related to industrial hemp. The 2018 Farm Bill legalized the cultivation, production, and sale of hemp-based products, but THC and all derivatives fall under schedule I of every drug treaty.

Why the vape ban targets delta-8 THC

So, we have a compound and everything related to it being illegal on one hand, and the ability to source that same compound in a legal way on the other hand. The government put out the Interim Final Rule in 2020 on hemp and hemp derivatives to try to clear up the mess. The rule reinforces that all ‘synthetically derived’ THC is still illegal, but even that hasn’t been able to stop the delta-8 THC industry, and the semi-legal sale of THC. This is because, whether delta-8 THC is considered synthetic, is also up for debate.

Delta-8 THC can’t be grown on its own, or processed individually. Anyone who wants it has to actually buy it, and often times it’s significantly cheaper to buy online. This ban means that if someone wants a product that just can’t be found in their area, that they’re simply out of luck, and this could be bad news for delta-8 THC since so many sales are online. It, does, however, act as a partial answer to why the vape ban is taking place, though. Sure, it could be that the government suddenly cares what you’re smoking, even though it doesn’t seem to care what’s in your food, and didn’t care a bit about your lungs for decades even with medical report after medical report.

Or, it could be that the government doesn’t want to lose more tax revenue, and that this makes it harder for people to buy gray-area items that governments don’t profit from. It says a lot that the government isn’t saying that anything is illegal, but instead is trying rather hard to make the process difficult for buyers.

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Who knows whether this ban will really stick, or if it’ll be knocked over in court next month? Perhaps it would be more useful to citizens if the government could work on regulation standards instead of passive-aggressively trying to keep citizens from products that it can’t control the sale of. Maybe if it were fentanyl it would matter more, there would be more reason to get behind the ban. But it’s not fentanyl. And as dicey as the vaping industry is, it just doesn’t rack up a noticeable death toll to necessitate any extra measures, particularly anything more than alcohol, tobacco, or opiates receive. Why is the vape ban happening? Because the US government can’t control the industry.

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Delta 8: Shipping Vape Ban Goes Into Effect Soon – What Does It Means?

If you recall, about 1 month ago we covered the upcoming vape product shipping ban that was snuck onto page 5,136 of last year’s COVID relief bill. At the time, there was still a lot of confusion about what shipping companies would be included and when these new measures would take place. Now we have some more updates and can offer additional clarity about what exactly is going on.

Last month’s article was based off the text of the omnibus bill, of which the specifics up for speculation because we weren’t exactly sure if this ban would cover only tobacco vape products or if it would extend to the cannabis industry. As it stands, all vape products fall under the category of tobacco, whether they actually contain tobacco or not.

Now, we have updates from the United States Postal Service and a few other shipping companies, so we’ll give it to you straight from the horse’s mouth this time.

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United States Postal Service (USPS)

As part of the amended PACT (Prevent All Human Trafficking) Act, the USPS now prohibits the delivery of “ENDS” products, directly to consumers. The term ENDS stands for Electronic Delivery Nicotine Systems, but the term is used loosely to include “any electronic device that, through an aerosolized solution, delivers nicotine, flavor, or any other substance to the user inhaling from the device,” including “an e-cigarette; an e-hookah; an e-cigar; a vape pen; an advanced refillable personal vaporizer; an electronic pipe; and any component, liquid, part, or accessory of a device described [above], without regard to whether the component, liquid, part, or accessory is sold separately from the device.”

Although the USPS doesn’t have any official statement posted on their website, the cutoff for shipping vape products is 120 days after the enactment of the CARES act, which falls on April 27, 2021. All it says on their website right now, is as follows, “Cigarettes and smokeless tobacco are restricted items and can only be mailed in limited circumstances. Cigars may be mailed domestically.”

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United Parcel Service (UPS)

As per their website, the “UPS is prohibiting the shipment of Vaping Products throughout its U.S. network (including import and export). For the purpose of this prohibition, Vaping Products includes any and all noncombustible liquid or gel, regardless of the presence of nicotine, capable of being used with or for the consumption of nicotine. All related vape devices, products and accessories are included in this prohibition.” This will be effective April 5, 2021.

This is an update from their previous policy, which can be found a bit further down on that same page. Their outdated rules are as follows, “Electronic cigarettes and other Vaping Products are considered Tobacco Products for the purpose of this policy, and therefore can be shipped only by Shippers who have been approved for and have signed a UPS agreement for the transportation of Tobacco Products.”

“Shippers are responsible for complying with such all laws restricting or prohibiting the shipment of Vaping Products, even if such laws are the subject of a legal challenge or have been enjoined from enforcement at the time of shipment. Shippers are also responsible for monitoring legislative enactments regarding Vaping Products and complying with such laws immediately as of the date such laws take effect.”

Fedex and Dalsey, Hillblom and Lynn (DHL)

Fedex already prohibits the shipping of tobacco products, which includes vape products. According to their website, “Even if you have proper licenses and are authorized to ship tobacco products, we will be unable to accept your shipment. Tobacco and all tobacco products cannot be accepted at any FedEx or FedEx Office location.”

This includes but is not limited to:

  • Cigarettes 
  • Cigars
  • Loose tobacco 
  • Smokeless tobacco 
  • Hooka or shisha
  • Vaporizers 
  • E-cigarettes 

Fedex has previously confirmed that it will end shipping of vapor products on March 1, 2021.  DHL, (Dalsey, Hillblom and Lynn) the other major shipping service based out of Germany that offers international shipping, previously banned domestic retail shipments of e-cigarettes and all other nicotine products.

More about USPS and the vape ban

In addition to banning USPS deliveries of vaping products, the “Preventing Online Sales of E-Cigarettes to Children Act” forces companies and individuals who are legally selling vape products to adhere to many new, and very stringent, regulations. For example, they will be required to:

  • Register with the U.S. Attorney General/ATF
  • Verify age of customers using a commercially available database
  • Use private shipping services that collect an adult signature at the point of delivery
  • If selling in states that tax vaping products, sellers must register with the federal government and with the tobacco tax administrators of the states
  • Collect all applicable local and state taxes, and affix any required tax stamps to the products sold
  • Send each taxing state’s tax administrator a list of all transactions with customers in their state, including the names and addresses of each customer sold to, and the quantities and type of each product sold
  • Maintain records for five years of any “delivery interrupted because the carrier or service determines or has reason to believe that the person ordering the delivery is in violation of the [PACT Act]”

Sellers who do not register or don’t comply with the requirements of the PACT Act are subject to severe penalties, including which can range from hefty fines to prison time. These provisions apply to all online sales, no matter which carrier ships them.

What does the vape ban means dor Delta-8 THC vape cartridges?

Unfortunately, one rule applies for both nicotine, CBD and Delta-8 THC vape cartridges so starting next month your ability to get them online will be limited! As a result, starting March clients who will try to buy Delta-8 THC vape cartridges online, will have to pay more for the same product, as alternative shipping solutions will be much more expensive.

We estimate that the same product, sold today for between $19.95-$29.95, will cost double few weeks from now.

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What will happen next?

Well, things might get a bit complicated for a while until everyone figures out what they’re going to do. As you know, the cannabis industry is one of the most adaptable out there and even complete prohibition couldn’t stop it from taking off, so I wouldn’t worry about this vape ban too much.

Sellers of vape products will find other companies to do the shipping for them. It might be pricier for a while, but eventually, these costs should level out. It’s hard to say exactly what will happen, but as soon as we get anymore information, you know we will be covering it here. Make sure you subscribe to the CBD Testers Weekly Newsletter to get all the latest news delivered straight to your inbox!

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New Vaping Bill: Effective March 2021 No More Mail Order Of CBD & Delta-8 THC Vape Carts

No more mail orders for CBD and Delta-8 THC vape cartridges…
Over the last couple of weeks, congress has been going back and forth trying to iron out the framework of a 5,593-page COVID-19 relief bill, the longest bill ever written in U.S. history, and buried deep within its text is a provision that will change the vaping industry as we know it.
Unfortunately, not only nicotine products, but also CBD and Delta-8 THC vape cartridges will be affected from the bill.

The main problem with this COVID “relief” bill, aside from the strange spending points, is that it’s being used as a front to pass legislation that has nothing to do with the virus. At the top of our list is a note on page 5,136 that will ban the United States Postal Service (USPS) from shipping vaping products to adult consumers. Although it was intended to be applied specifically to the tobacco industry, thanks to non-specific and sloppy drafting, the effects will be felt well beyond the confines of nicotine products and both CBD vape carts and Delta-8 THC vape cartridges, will also be banned…

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The PACT Act

Under the Prevent All Cigarette Trafficking Act (PACT Act, which is part of the Jenkins Act), the word “cigarette” will be redefined to included all “electronic nicotine delivery system.” But despite the word “nicotine” being used in the bill, the overall definition is so broad that lawmakers have red-flagged ALL vape liquids, including those containing CBD and standalone devices to used for vaping THC and other cannabinoids.

These changes of the bill go into effect into 120 days, at which point all orders of vaping products will need to be shipped via an alternate service, which can be extremely costly and will require the signature or a recipient who is 21 years of age or older.

Additionally, starting 90 days after the enactment of this new law, all internet and mail-order businesses will be required to file length reports every month with state, native tribes, and local governments that will include details about the identity, location, and product orders of all customers who buy vaping items within their jurisdiction.

The title of the original Congress bill containing this text was The Preventing Online Sales of E-Cigarettes to Children Act, however, it is already illegal under federal law to ship vaping and tobacco products to minors, and this new version of the mandate will apply to adults in legal markets as well.

Increased risk for COVID

Logical critics argue that this new law, hidden in the text of a COVID relief bill, may actually increase the risk of one being exposed to and developing the disease, ironically. Take an elderly woman who recently switched from cigarettes to vape products to improve her health. She lives alone in a rural area and has products mailed to her to reduce the risk of catching COVID. The new law would force this hypothetical elderly woman out of her house and into the general public to shop for vape products, which increases her chances of being exposed to, not only COVID-19, but other illnesses as well, such as the flu.

“The sponsors of this legislation repeatedly refused to consider common sense amendments that would have protected youth, while also not needlessly shutting down small businesses,” says Gregory Conley, president of the American Vaping Association. “Thanks to their intransigence, the language included in the omnibus is so sloppily drafted that it will also ban the USPS from shipping CBD liquids intended to be vaporized, as well as devices intended for use with THC or other non-nicotine substances.”

He added: “There are still 36 million American adults smoking combustible cigarettes and over 400,000 will die from smoking-related illnesses this year alone. The American people should start questioning why their government is so intent on making it harder for adults to quit smoking.”

In that vein, illness that are often developed by smokers affect many of the same major organs as COVID-19, such as the lungs, oesophagus, and vascular system. When a smoker becomes infected with COVID-19 or any type of SARS virus, they will likely suffer more than a non-smoker.  

“Smokers often have serious heart and lung health problems already. Add COVID-19 to the mix and you are likely to get a very sick patient; they just don’t have the physiological reserves to deal with the massive inflammatory attack brought on by the coronavirus,” said Joseph E. Ebinger, MD,  a cardiologist with the Smidt Heart Institute at Cedars-Sinai.

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Final thoughts

There was a lot of back and forth with this bill, but the main source of disagreement was the size of the stimulus checks, but there was no doubt that this vaping law would slip under the radar. Ultimately, the bill passed as was expected. Lawmakers were banking on the fact that most people won’t look it up and read through the absurdly long bill themselves, and they were right.

Now, we have 120 days before the industry as we know it, will change for what seems to be the worstLEGAL customers will no longer be able to purchase vaping products by mail order thanks to this new bill.

As far as business goes, experts predict that large, better capitalized companies will have no problem paying the costs required to be in compliance with the new regulations, while smaller companies, the mom-and-pop shops, will be the ones to suffer and eventually be pushed out of the market altogether, so if your favorite products are coming from a smaller business, you may want to stock up before they’re forced to shutter the doors.

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After Black Friday and Cyber Monday, where we have seen the best deals ever on Delta 8 THC products, we thought that now finally we can get some rest, at least until Christmas. We were wrong… The best deal of the year, the Delta 8 THC $9.99 vape cartridges just got extended, so for the next 48 hrs, you can still get the same premium Delta 8 THC vape cartridges for only $9.99/cart!

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While we saw many companies offering this week 1ml vape carts for anywhere between $15-$20, going below $10 for a product normally sold between $24.99 to $34.99 is a bold move. However, this is also a smart one, as it demonstrates an understanding that after Cyber Monday will be over, the whole pricing model is going to change. The same carts, only a week ago sold for betweem $24.99 to $34.99 will have to find a new resting point, lower than what it used to be.

Companies that will continue selling Delta 8 THC vape cartridges for $34.99 (a product that costs them no more than $5 to produce) will have to adapt or to be left aside, as the clients will be informed on their new choices.

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2019 To Be A ‘Year Of Stagnation’ For Europe’s CBD Market.

Regulatory blockages are stymieing the growth of the European CBD industry, says one of the continent’s leading experts.

Antonin Cohen has been involved in the European CBD and cannabis industry for the last decade, initially as an activist and later an entrepreneur. He produced his first product for the CBD and industrial hemp market in 2013 and is now the founder and CEO of Harmony.

Speaking at the Global Cannabis Institute conference in London, last week, he said: “2109 looks like being a year of stagnation for the CBD industry in Europe, it is facing many regulatory blockades, and we need new strategies on how to unlock the market.”

Shops Raided

He highlighted the differences between his home country, France, and the U.K., with the latter’s regulators prepared – at least for now – to let the CBD market grow, almost unfettered. In the former, French CBD retailers see their shops raided as authorities enforce strict rules which say products should contain absolutely no THC.

Mr Cohen continued: “We are facing some real challenges due to this regulatory paralysis. It simply depends on the country, and the type of product, and then we have the big issues of the number of unregulated products that are on sale, too.

“Then, there are certain trust issues with consumers, with some companies not respecting them, or the industry, and making bad products in an effort to make quick money.”

Looking further into how to develop a winning CBD business he highlighted how CBD oils are they key market citing Google search results which show one million hits for oils, 50,000 for vapes and 20,000 for cosmetics.

“It’s not just enough to have a CBD range, a business also needs to have a USP and that’s not easy as the market is now crowded.

KanaVape Court Row

“We have to also consider additional parameters, such as quality, taste, flavour and then price, and specifically target our clientele.” He commented on how the European market is yet to see CBD find its way into convenience stores – as in the U.S – and highlighted the challenges for companies its looking to secure shelf space with the larger retailers.

“In the value chain of a CBD business the brand is the key; customers love mass consumer brands such as Coca Cola or Pepsi and the challenge for the CBD industry is develop a brand people love, in order to do so you will need to add value and differentiate yourself,” he said

On the European Commission Novel Food issue he says the uncertainty which still surrounds any enforcement is also deterring investment. He believes European regulations can be swayed by the powerful pharmaceutical lobby and recounted his own, on-going battles, with the European Union.

A judgement on his own six-year battle with both the French and European authorities is set to climax in the New Year. In January 2018, he was given a 16-month suspended sentence, and a Euro 10,000 fine, by Marseilles Criminal Court over the sale of the CBD KanaVape, which the French authorities deemed ‘illegal’ due to its ‘cannabis content’.

This has been rumbling on since KanaVape’s launch in 2014 and is currently awaiting judgement from the European Court of Justice (ECJ), early next year, he said.

The ECJ is considering the origins of CBD and ‘if we are successful then  France will have to change its approach to CBD’, he said. Recent research on the U.K. CBD market estimates it has doubled in the last year to £300m and will grow to £1billion in a few years. No separate figures are available for the France, and the Brightfield Group estimate the European CBD market will grow 400% by 2023.

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How To Ensure The Vape Pods You Buy Are Safe

Recent headlines in the media over the safety of vaping have some people understandably concerned. With a spate of emergency room admissions in various states, it turns out tainted vape pods caused the issues.

While vaping has long-been touted as a safe alternative to smoking, several serious lung issues have the industry up in arms. And while all reputable vape companies – whether they sell E-cigarettes with nicotine, THC or CBD – ensure there are no nasties in their products, people have been purchasing more “affordable” THC and CBD vape pods from street dealers and pop-up markets. As a result, numerous people have been sent to the hospital with serious injuries.

Recent reports have confirmed that 22 individuals were hospitalized with vaping related issues across the Midwest over the past few weeks. Patients from three states attended hospital emergency rooms with severe breathing problems, while many had to be assisted with their breathing to keep them alive.

Meanwhile, in California, seven people were hospitalized in Hanford after they purchased and consumed tainted vape cartridges containing THC (the psychoactive element in cannabis). The issues in California were so severe that even the Kings County public health department issued a warning advising people not to buy vape cartridges from unknown sources and certainly not from street dealers.

There are some essential things to look out for when it comes to purchasing vape pods. Whether it’s nicotine, CBD or THC Vape Juice one is seeking, here are some smart rules of thumb to follow.

Buy From Reputable Sources

While the vaping industry is mostly unregulated, there are some rules and regulations in place to keep consumers safe. No matter which vape juice or vape pods (cartridges) you buy, it’s always a good idea to do some homework and ensure that the company selling the product are legitimate and have a good reputation.

Companies with a solid reputation will usually have a lot of good online reviews and will be well-known in the industry. The main point here is to buy from a company and not from a random street dealer or market. All of the vape pods, which led to the various health issues were purchased from such places.

Always Read The Label

Obviously, in the majority of cases when vape pods are purchased from street dealers or markets, there is no label on the product to read. That’s the first red flag as all reputable vape manufacturers have clear labeling across all their products.

Legitimate label information will include details of the ingredients inside, a short profile of the nicotine or THC/CBD content and other information, usually about storage of the item. If you buy a vape cartridge without clear labeling, you are potentially opening yourself up to a substandard product which could be damaging to your health.

Check Third-Party Lab Results

In this day and age, all reputable vape producers send their products to an approved third-party lab for rigorous testing. The very best companies will even have their nicotine, or CBD vape juice checked on a batch-by-batch basis, even though that costs extra for them. Third-Party lab results for vape juice are the gold standard when it comes to the nascent vaping industry.

These labs test for nicotine, CBD/THC levels, and profiles but also for additives. As a matter of course, labs test the liquids for things like pesticides, chemical additives, solvents, and heavy metals, and this information is provided clearly and transparently to customers.

Never Made in China

One of the main concerns doctors in various states had with the spate of admissions was the fact that a lot of the products appeared to be made in China. The vaping industry in the west may be unregulated on the whole. However, there are some standard rules and procedures in place that are adhered to.

Unfortunately, nicotine and CBD/THC vape juices made in China are unregulated and can contain some dangerous additives. In China, no third-party lab testing is carried out, and the source of the nicotine, CBD, or THC in the product can also be questionable.

Final Thoughts

When purchasing any type of vape product, whether for nicotine, CBD, THC, or any other matter, try to buy products that are made in America or Europe. Always ensure you’re purchasing from reputable vendors who source high-quality extracts only. Always read the label and try to ensure you check any third-party lab results provided by the company. Finally, no matter what, never buy vape pods or E-liquid from black market street dealers or pop-up markets where the source of the product is unclear.

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