According to reporting by the San Francisco Chronicle – E-cigarette maker Juul Labs could next be unloading the San Francisco office tower it purchased just six months ago for $397 million, a move that could be part of a larger cost savings strategy that includes laying off workers following nationwide reports of illnesses and deaths resulting from vaping products.
On November 25, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued warning letters to 15 companies for illegally selling products containing cannabidiol (CBD) in ways that violate the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act). The FDA also published a revised Consumer Update detailing safety concerns about CBD products more broadly.
Cannabis is one of the safest drugs a person can consume, compared to alcohol or cigarettes the health and social costs of the drug are relatively minimal. In the rare instances when users report negative side effects, they are usually benign and short-lived but may include symptoms such as anxiety, paranoia, confusion, dizziness, or loss of coordination.
Federal researchers are racing to trace thousands of cases of lung damage and dozens of deaths to the so-called smokeless consumption of tetrahydrocannabinol or THC, the ingredient that produces the marijuana high. Other federal officials also are warning about cannabidiol or CBD — a derivative of marijuana or hemp — and its burgeoning and unapproved use in an array of products on the market.
People who died as a result of a mysterious outbreak of vaping-related lung injury often used products exclusively containing THC, the main psychoactive substance in cannabis, according to new numbers released Monday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The electronic atomizer is the so-called electronic cigarette, the former name of the health electronic cigarette. It first appeared in China in 2005. A new product between electronic components and food.