There were other ingredients in the samples, although they did not appear as consistent. THC appeared in 23 of the samples, while nicotine appeared in 16.
The CDC was quick to warn that vitamin E acetate was not confirmed as a cause, and that there may be several factors involved in sometimes fatal diseases. . It nevertheless reiterated a recommendation to avoid using e-cigs and vapes that included THC, especially from "informal sources" such as friends or street vendors. The CDC also emphasized that companies should not connect to their products until and unless there is a clearer understanding of the effect on the lungs. Answers may well come ̵[ads1]1; it's just that officials won't take any chances.