In recent years, the popularity and legalization of vaping have soared worldwide, and Canada has been no exception to this trend.
As users grew, so did public safety and health concerns. To respond to these concerns and the sale of vaping products, Canada implemented specific vaping laws.
The need for these regulations stemmed from the increasing integration of vaping into the social fabric and its potential health implications. Let’s explore these laws.
Federal Regulation: The Tobacco and Vaping Products …
Near the end of January 2020, the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) took back the warning against nicotine vaping from its official website.
The CDC mentioned that the change has to do with the slowing down of EVALI cases (e-cigarette or vaping-associated lung injury) and the presence of Vitamin E acetate in patients’ lung fluids, which was primarily responsible for the EVALI outbreak. The federal agency said specifically that tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) vape cartridges with Vitamin E were the culprit that led to a series of …
In most cases, some e-cig users throw the herbs away after use without hesitation, but little did they know that you can still take advantage of those ditched herbs and acquire the leftover cannabinoids.
Browse through each item in this article to get the most out of already vaped bud or AVB.
Mixing AVB with Edibles
Vape owners can still put AVB to good use when baking brownies and cookies, among other common edibles. To proceed, you should have your own ABV cannabutter…
The enforcement of the Prevent All Cigarette Trafficking (PACT) Act in the United States bans the U.S. Postal Service from delivering vaping products until companies decide to comply with strict regulations.
Such a scenario means that vape retailers must look for solutions to bypass the PACT Act and not violate the law at the same time.
So, how do you receive vaping products delivered through the mail? Here’s one instance wherein you can still obtain your products in the mail.