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1 year ago
I just wanted to pee during lunch today, but when I walked into the bathroom I got stuck confiscating this. This is my first Juul catch of the year, and the first dab pod I've ever confiscated.
I think the poor kids got ripped off though, because it looks like someone just dropped weed remnants in a pod. There was very little odor from the vapor and the pod. I can't imagine the concentration is high enough to do much. I'm assuming real pods use some type of solubilized concentrate.
Someone will enlighten me, I'm sure.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. Morgantown police said Friday that two high school students were hospitalized after overdosing on heroin-laced vape pens.
Preliminary testing on one of the vape solutions indicated the solution contained heroin, other opioids and a significant number of other chemicals, according to a news release from the Morgantown Police Department.
The release did not give any more details about the condition of the students or indicate which school they attend.
Police said these types of solutions are extremely dangerous and potentially fatal from as little as one use.
They said anyone who is using, in possession of, or knows someone in possession of vape solutions that were not purchased directly from a retail store should either turn them in to school administration, law enforcement or throw them away.
Police said at least one of the devices was sold as liquid marijuana, which is also dangerous in these types of devices and possibly fatal when mixed with other chemicals and controlled substances.
“Should any parent suspect that their child is in possession of the vape pen or vaping solution, please throw it away or turn it in to law enforcement for possible testing,” police said in the release
4 days ago
1. Serious Health issues include • Damage to the brain, heart and lungs • Cancerous tumor development • Preterm deliveries and stillbirths in pregnant women • Harmful effects on brain and lung development, when use occurs during fetal development or adolescence
2. They contain nicotine, a known highly addictive chemical, in does much higher than cigarettes
3. There is little evidence to support the theory that e-cigarettes help quitting nicotine
4. The FDA has NOT approved e-cigarettes or other vaping devices as a smoking cessation aid.
5. There is no evidence that e-cigarettes are safe. Heavy metals, ultrafine particles, the additives, and other ingredients they contain include toxins and carcinogens
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4 days ago
"A form of vitamin E has been identified as a 'very strong culprit' in lung injuries related to vaping THC, health officials reported on Friday, a major advance in a frightening outbreak that has killed 40 people and sickened 2,051.
The outbreak has revealed the existence of a vast, unregulated, shadowy marketplace of illicit or bootleg vaping products that are essentially a stew of unknown chemicals concocted, packed and sold by unknown manufacturers and sellers." From the NY Times article, Vaping Illnesses Are Linked to Vitamin E Acetate, C.D.C. Says https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/08/health/vaping-illness-cdc.html
Spent all last week in Hemet, CA with these brilliant young minds. I taught them how the vaping industry used hip hop to target them, then we turned the tables and wrote a song to empower young people! Today we shot a music video for their song. They were awesome! #hiphoped#dontvape#dontjuulinschool#nosmoke aspirecommunityschoool #positivemusic