Cannabis vape products with cutting agent recalled in Michigan

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Michigan regulators recalled more than a dozen cannabis vape products sold in the Detroit area for containing a cutting agent linked to vaping-related lung illnesses.

The state’s Marijuana Regulatory Agency issued a recall on vape pens that were tested in August and found to contain the thickener vitamin E acetate, a possible culprit in e-cigarette or vaping product use-associated lung injury (EVALI), according to Southfield radio station WWJ.

The products were sold by Plan B Wellness in Detroit with the brand names:
  • Dank Vape Cart.
  • Monopoly Carts.
  • Sky Sticks.
  • Planet X Cart.

The products were manufactured in 2019, before Nov. 22, when the state filed emergency rules for marijuana products intended for inhalation.