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Vitamin E acetate, used in THC vaping, is dangerous and can kill. So why isn't it banned?

USATODAY.com Friday, 15 November 2019
Vitamin E acetate is sometimes used as to dilute THC oil in vape cartridges to make it go further. It can be deadly, but it's not banned everywhere.
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