More than half the vape products the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) tested in its investigation into vaping illnesses in Wisconsin contained THC, the agency reported.
In September, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that many of the people sickened by vape products in Wisconsin said they used counterfeit marijuana products from the illicit market, not licensed MJ companies.
Of those vape products containing THC, Reuters reported, two-thirds also contained vitamin E acetate, an additive and cutting agent used in vape cartridges.
For the FDA testing, Wisconsin officials offered up two dozen vape products collected from patients with vaping-related lung injuries.
Vaping oils were tested, but vaping devices were not examined.
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