Terpenes in marijuana vaping products may produce toxic chemicals
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December 11, 20193 min read574 words

Terpenes in marijuana vaping products may produce toxic chemicalsTerpenes in marijuana vaping products may produce toxic chemicals

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Published: December 11, 2019  |  3 min read574 words
Terpenes, removed from marijuana during distillation, are often added back to e-liquids used for vape cartridges and other products for taste and smell. Photo by /PixabayNatural compounds added to marijuana-derived vaping liquid produce toxic chemicals in the vapor that users inh...
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December 11, 2019
A brief but concisely investigative look at a health issue much in the news as of late. Nicely explanatory quotes from credible sources. The links are helpful and informative. Well-written sans bias. The scientific terminology is accessible and readily understandable. A worthwhile read, particularly for those who partake in the referenced activity. (Important Reader Note: UPI (United Press International is owned by News World Corporation which was founded by Sun Myung Moon, of the Unification Church, which is considered in some quarters to be a cult. Also, in 1982 Moon was convicted in the United States of filing false federal income tax returns and conspiracy).
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