Massachusetts State Department of Public Health Releases Cannabis Vape Illness Data

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Late Thursday night, Massachusetts state health officials suggest cannabis vapes purchased from regulated sellers may be linked to several vaping-related illnesses. However the data linking cannabis vapes is in early stage, preliminary and subject to change. 100% of the illness tied to purchased vapes were uncertain and have yet to be confirmed vaping related illnesses.

It was unclear whether the entirety of problematic THC vapes came from regulated retailers, or if regulated vaping products were purchased along with unregulated ones Boston Business Journal reported December 6th, 2019.

According to data released from the state Department of Public Health, officials have interviewed 49 of the 90 confirmed and probable lung illnesses so far reported in Massachusetts.

Problem products included the following: Caligold, chernobyl, chronic, dank, Dr. Zodiac, emerald, kingpen, monopoly carts, Off White carts, Rhythm cannabis, Rove, TXO, Tonic, Smart carts, sour diesel, Vape Master, Juul, Kringle’s Curse Peppermint Blend and Tobacco Trail.

Source: (Boston Business Journal)

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