Marijuana (THC) oil is thicker than the nicotine e-liquid. True or False?
True. “THC is thick and oil based so may not appear to move in the cartridge while nicotine e-liquid would flow freely in the cartridge,” (USA Today article). Most THC vapes are smaller and narrower than nicotine vape devices.
In a majority of the recent lung injuries due to vaping across the United States, the user vaped:
THC-containing products. “Recent CDC laboratory test results of [lung] fluid samples from 29 patients submitted to CDC from 10 states found vitamin E acetate (an additive in some THC products) in all of the samples. THC was identified in 82% of the samples and nicotine was identified in 62% of the samples (Data as of October 2019).
Vaping too much THC oil can cause ____ in the user:
Anxiety, Paranoia, Agitation and Paranoia
All of the above. According to the Surgeon General, “The risks of physical dependence, addiction, and other negative consequences increase with exposure to high concentrations of THC and the younger the age of initiation. Higher doses of THC are more likely to produce anxiety, agitation, paranoia, and psychosis…In addition, chronic users of marijuana with a high THC content are at risk for developing a condition known as cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome, which is marked by severe cycles of nausea and vomiting.”