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Are you up to date with the latest vaping facts? Vaping has gotten a lot of attention as of late, and not in a good way. As of 2019, contaminated e-liquids have caused serious health issues and deaths in over 2,000 people, so it’s understandable that you might be concerned. Rest assured that your favorite Vapeur Terp products were not involved and never will be.

While you should have nothing to worry about as long as you’re only vaping high quality e-juice from legitimate sources, it’s still important to be aware of the information (and misinformation) going around. That way you can make informed choices and educate others as well. Here’s a quick rundown on how to find vape juices that you can trust.

Two Critical Facts You Need to Know

Of all the vaping facts, these two are absolutely the most crucial:

  1. The ingredient that caused the lung injuries is vitamin E acetate, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
  2. Nearly all of the cases involved people who were vaping illegal, black market THC cartridges, according to USA Today.

You can drastically reduce the risk of health problems by A) avoiding vitamin E acetate like the plague and B) only buying e-liquids from trusted, reputable companies that get their juices tested by independent labs.

What Is Vitamin E Acetate?

If you’re researching vaping facts, vitamin E acetate is going to be the biggest topic. It sounds harmless on paper, and in most cases, it actually is. Vitamin E acetate is commonly taken as a vitamin supplement, ingested in foods, and applied topically in various cosmetic products. The problems arise when it’s used as a thickening agent in vape juices.

According to WebMD, when doctors examined the airways of patients with lung injuries, they saw that the vitamin E acetate had remained in their lungs as a sticky substance, comparable to honey. With that information in mind, it’s not surprising that so many people experienced severe health problems. Thick, sticky liquids should not enter the lungs.

How to Avoid Vitamin E Acetate

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With these vaping facts making mainstream news, you’re probably not going to run into vitamin E acetate unless you’re buying from illegitimate sources. That said, there are “legitimate” companies out there that do take shortcuts, so you can never be too careful. Before you even consider buying an e-liquid, do some research.

Never buy a product unless you’re 110% positive that it’s legitimate. The potential consequences just aren’t worth it. You might be wondering how to tell if you’re actually getting high quality e-juice or not. It’s a very reasonable concern — vaping products are still unregulated, so anyone can just say that their juice is safe.

Our Solution

We were absolutely horrified when we started seeing unsettling vaping facts on the news. However, we never worried about our own products because we always go above and beyond to ensure that they’re made with the good stuff only — no harmful additives of any kind. Terpenes don’t contain vitamin E, and we’ll never add it. Period.

At Vapeur Terp, we back our commitment to quality with receipts. We get it. A lot of companies only care about their bottom line. It’s good to be skeptical. We put the skeptics at ease by making our juices right here in LA, and then we have them tested by unbiased third-party labs. We provide certificates of analysis to corroborate our ingredients. When you order Vapeur Terp juices, you know exactly what you’re getting.

Shop with Confidence

Now that you have a better grasp on recent vaping facts and rumors, we hope you feel more at ease. Whether you’re one of our long-time loyal customers or getting ready to place your first order, we want you to feel 100% confident in our commitment to quality. If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to contact us for more information. Stay safe, and only choose high-quality liquids from Vapeur Terp.

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