Vitamin E Acetate is the real cause of vaping death ? ( Lung Doctor Explains vaping lung disease )



Vitamin E Acetate is the real cause of vaping death ? ( Lung Doctor Explains vaping lung disease ) Vitamin E acetate, an additive sometimes used in THC and …

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  1. Vaping is obviously not heathy and has officially been linked to a higher risk of diseases like Asthma, Bronchitis ect. But thats kinda of a no brainer because inhaling even dust longterm can cause that. But vitamin E oil from illgeal blackmarket weed carts is what is causing this illness

  2. DR Mike. I have a lung injury from “vaping” Vuse Solo Menthol Cartridges purchased from 711. These are not illicit and made by R J Reynolds. I was diagnosed in Sept of 2020. There is no way Vitamin E is the only culprit.

  3. The best solution is not vaping illicit THC. Nicotine vaping for anyone trying to quit smoking is the best alternative, according to a plethora of doctors in the EU. The EU which has thousands of people vaping nicotine and did not witness an Evali epidemic.
    Perhaps the problem is only in the US? Perhaps this is because there is not real regulation concerning nicotine vaping? Perhaps it's also because of all the misinformation officials give out?

  4. Thx for the Vid! I have a question. Once my lungs started feeling uncomfortable and eventually a little painful from vaping I stopped. I still have the feeling in my chest from time to time. Is there anything I can do on my own to remedy this?

  5. Hi I would really appreciate if you answered my question please I’m very worried. I have been smoking a lot of carts which to be honest I don’t think they’re real. I’m so scared rn that I know I will never smoke one again. Recently for a couple of days my back has been hurting, my upper back where my lungs are. I breathe in deeply and they hurt on the bottom. It’s weird I don’t know what I could be but it as been going on for a couple of days. Primarily my right lung. What could this be and could it be a sign?? Should I go to the hospital?

  6. @Doctor Mike Hansen Hi. That was very interesting what you said about the studies that showed that vaping increases LDL cholesterol and also decreases the hearts ability to pump blood more than smoking. I'm wondering if you could link me those studies please, as I would like to see exactly what they say. Thank you ! 🙂

  7. There are some e-liquid flavours that can damage the lungs but they are mostly based on butter flavouring but most flavour manufacturers no longer use the item in the butter flavour. You can also damage your lungs if you allow your vape to burn and all it takes to stop that is to keep enough juice in your tank.

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